Sadly this is gonna be my last post. However, I thought about sharing some of the things I have learned during these months working with our school as a social media ambassador 1. There are always new stories After the… Read moreThree things I have learned by working as a media ambassador!
When thinking about your dissertation, planning is as important as writing itself! Having an established, albeit flexible, plan will help you focus on specific medium and long-term objectives. The important thing is to recognize what steps you are going to… Read moreRealistic planning for your dissertation
Grant Flynn is one of the organizers of Social Fit Edinburgh, an initiative that had changed my life in so many ways that I thought it is worth sharing! I am really pleased to share a small interview I had… Read moreGrant Flynn from Social Fit Edinburgh talks about his initiative and mental health!
I do not want to get too excited, but I feel that Spring is coming. That means we’ll finally abandon our heavy coats and we’ll be able to spend the afternoon reading on the lawn of the Meadows. The days… Read moreMoney-saving tricks for students
Well, we have all been there. Cold season. Sometimes, no matter how careful you are you will end up catching a cold. So, for those of you who wonder, “what should I do if I am ill while studying?” here… Read moreHow to survive sickness while studying
Choosing the right courses during the academic semesters can make a big difference both academically and motivationally. To be stuck with courses that we do not really enjoy can negatively affect our overall performance throughout the program, which is why… Read moreTips on choosing courses
Preparing the application for my master’s program took a few months, between investigating the different options, requirements and others, it was at least 4 or 5 months of work. Here I leave the steps I followed, along with some tips!… Read moreHow to prepare your Master´s application
Being a Latin American student in Edinburgh is quite an adventure. Especially if you come from places like Quito, my hometown, which despite being at 2,800 meters above sea level has an average temperature of 20º throughout the year and… Read moreHow to stay active during winter and boost your mood!
It’s that part of the semester. The deadlines are approaching, there are many readings yet to be made and some essays to be written. There seems to be no time left for anything other than student life! Well, here are… Read more5 tips to study for long periods of time
Following my last post about tips for your first week as an international student, I will like to write about something that seems obvious, and yet everyone struggles with: mobility in the city! How do I get to the campus?… Read moreTips for your first weeks as a postgraduate student – Part II