One of the best things about the students at the University of Sunderland in London is their entrepreneurial spirit. More than a few of you are dedicated to the idea of working for yourself and are well on the way to achieving your goals.
This Saturday 24 July is mental health and suicide prevention charity Samaritans annual awareness day. Each year they have a wide range of activities planned to get the word out that help is available if you need it.
We talk a lot at the University of Sunderland in London about the importance of looking after yourself during your studies. There are plenty of reasons you should think about self-care, from avoiding academic burnout to enjoying your experience.
Two students from the University of Sunderland in London have joined us as interns. Marisa Stewart, a BA (Hons) Business Management and Entrepreneurship (Top-Up) student and Matea Augustinov who recently completed her MSc Tourism and Hospitality course, are spending their spare time gaining experience and boosting their CVs.
We all want to love the job we do. Now, thanks to a rapidly changing job market, that dream is becoming a reality for many. It’s never been easier to turn the things you do in your free time into a financially viable business.
A 2019 study, the largest of its kind, found that creative activities like painting, sculpture and drawing have an impact on our mood. Whether you think of yourself as an artist, love writing short stories, or enjoy singing in your spare time, you can boost your wellbeing through art.
Studying at university comes with a lot of pressure: getting your assignments in on time, going to every class, joining in discussions. But it should be enjoyable too. In this article, we give you some advice on how to manage your time to get the most from your degree.