The Student Union’s Advice Services share how to report a hate crime and where to find support for victims.
There is a lot of pressure to have made friends during your first week at university. Yet, for many the struggle to find friends continues beyond Welcome Week. Isobel Gough takes a look at those pressures, and how to overcome them.
The Advice Services here at The University of Manchester speak about settling into university life, and where you can find help if you need it.
Living in private accommodation, and unhappy with your living conditions? You aren’t alone! Here are some general tips on how you can better your situation
Thinking you might need to apply for mitigating circumstances but not sure what to do? Senior advisor, Rebekah Ollerenshaw, advises how it should be done
With ‘Wellbeing Week’ here, student advisor, Vicki Greenwood, offers some simple steps to feeling good
Returning from a year abroad? James Johnson talks you through falling back in love with Manchester
Changing course may seem a daunting prospect, but it doesn’t have to be. Thankfully, Senior Advisor Su Barton is here to talk you through the ins and outs of changing programmes
Deputy Lifestyle Editor Araddhna Patel is here to offer you some advice, and answer your questions that have been submitted this week
Buckle up: the girl you love to hate spills her secrets on how to have it all.
Sylvie Copley talks about The Big Change Society, and how students can help tackle the issue of homelessness while at University.
Thinking of making a complaint, but unsure of the process?
In consideration of last week’s discussion of hate crime, Victoria Payton details what to do and who can help you in these situations
Advice Service Manager, Victoria Payton, clues you in on how you could get a free and easy check-up of your tenancy agreement before you sign
Student advisor, Vicki Greenwood, lets us in on the easiest ways to keep your money
Senior Advisor Rebekah Ollerenshaw explains what council tax is and how you can avoid it
As the semester gets underway, James Johnson runs through some simple tips to help you keep track of your mental health and to flourish during your studies.