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UCAS Apply and Track will be unavailable from 29 May to 31 May

As part of our preparations for Confirmation and Clearing, we will be carrying out maintenance and performance improvement activity which will result in UCAS Apply and Track being unavailable from 18:00 on Friday 29 May, until 00:01 on Sunday 31 May (UK time).

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Tory explains why she wanted to move to come to university and what she enjoyed most about exploring her new city.
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Katie and Ashley talk about the realities behind the student stereotype that people see in the media.
2:28 1 day ago 0 
Students discuss how they maintain a healthy diet, and how it benefits them.
0:25 1 day ago 0 
London student, Ruby looks at Brick Lane and where to head in London for quirky fashion.
0:25 1 day ago 0 
Final year student tells us what’s on his essentials shopping list and what his signature dish is now that he’s improved in the kitchen.
0:38 1 day ago 0 
Tory tells us how she got to know the area around her university campus.
0:26 1 day ago 0 
A student tells us how coming to university is exciting and gives you an opportunity to be really good at something you love doing!
0:32 1 day ago 0 
Anton and John talk about how volunteering helps to develop workplace skills.
0:23 1 day ago 0 
Bike locks, front doors and keypad entry: Ruby looks at the different ways you can keep your home and items steadfast.
0:46 1 day ago 0 
Student officer, Tory explains how getting involved in a student election will boost your confidence and your CV.
0:25 1 day ago 0 
We catch some students walking to, from and around campus on an average day at university.
0:46 1 day ago 0 
Students talk about the most stressful points of university and give advice to students on how to cope or who to talk to if they have concerns.
0:27 1 day ago 0 
Advice from a student on holding the best social gathering and how to avoid arguments with your housemates.
1:12 1 day ago 0 
John explains why he thinks it’s wrong to generalise students as lazy or financially irresponsible.