Reflections on Second Year

Hi there, Ollie here. I’ve just completed the second year of my Psychology with Business Management degree; here are my reflections on how my study has changed since first year. It hasn’t changed enormously, however there are a few differences. First, I’d say there’s more work in general. Second year counts towards the overall degree mark, … Continue reading Reflections on Second Year

Considering postgraduate study? Q&A podcast with postgraduate students

As part of the Collaboration Week between the SAGE and Hive Scholars, we did a special podcast in which we interviewed two postgraduate students: Eve, who studies a Masters in Environmental Law, and Hive Scholar Veronica, who studies a PhD on Honeybees. We asked them our questions about postgraduate study, which include: 0:19: How long … Continue reading Considering postgraduate study? Q&A podcast with postgraduate students

Reading Resources from Hong Kong

With our results recently in from our reading questionnaire at Sussex, we felt it would be interesting to see how the attitude to buying textbooks compared with students from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), where I'm currently studying this term as part of the Erasmus program. I spoke to a fellow geography student … Continue reading Reading Resources from Hong Kong

Guest Post: What it’s like to be a final year undergraduate

As we are nearing the end of the academic year, what better time to interview a final year undergraduate to find out how they have tackled their studies, extracurriculars and social life throughout the last three years. Meet Tara; president of the business society, student mentor, and final year business and management student. What resources … Continue reading Guest Post: What it’s like to be a final year undergraduate

Guest post with Andy Field, Professor of Psychology

Hi, this is Ollie here. Today on the SAGE Students' blog we have a special guest post from Andy Field, Professor of Psychology at University of Sussex (whose blog can be found here). Last term, Andy taught me and the other second-year psychology students the Discovering Statistics module. I was pretty amazed by his eccentric … Continue reading Guest post with Andy Field, Professor of Psychology