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Looking after your mental health

The very nature of postgraduate study can make it at times a solitary and stressful experience. If you are a research student you are more than likely the only person working on your project, especially if you’re studying a humanities subject.

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10 Ways To Manage Your Stress And Anxiety

Stress and anxiety is something that everyone experiences at some point in their lives, especially during University. Remember that support in always available with the University’s counselling service. Here are some tips to help you better manage your stress and anxiety.

Staying healthy over exams

Struggling to get enough sleep? Finding it difficult to get your five-a-day portion of fruit and vegetables into your diet? If so, check out these four simple steps to staying healthy over your exams. 

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The Student Lifecycle Project aims to review and improve the way the university interacts with you and the systems that we use to support you throughout your time with us; from application to graduation, and beyond.  You can read more on our website.

New login method for PhD students

In July, as part of the University's Cyber Security Programme, 2-factor authentication is being introduced to protect some of our systems and services. This will change the way you login on your devices and will require all staff and postgraduate research students to get set up in advance. The change will not affect the way you login to teaching or cluster PCs.

Are you a PhD student passionate about your subject area? Would you like the opportunity to work with local school children?

We are recruiting PhD students for the position of Widening Participation Fellows. These positions support the University’s widening participation activities with a range of learners from primary through to sixth form. There are a number of paid posts available for students in each Faculty, which are flexible around your studies.

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