Many people ask me, what it is like to be a Postgraduate Student Ambassador. I tried to answer this question in the post below. Every year undergraduate and postgraduate offices hire a bunch of Student Ambassadors, which can literally be considered as a part-time job. The application process runs in November and pretty much resembles […]Read More What is it like to be a Postgraduate Student Ambassador?
During my Masters at MSc Management Science and Marketing Analytics programme I’ve been studying 10 modules in total – 4 in Autumn and 6 in Spring. Below is the list of my favourites. 3rd place: Marketing Analytics This was the core module of my subject. It was taught in both terms, although in Autumn it was […]Read More Management Science: modules I’ve enjoyed the most
It’s not all only about studying, right? Sometimes it’s really needed to take a break, recharge batteries and just enjoy the time. Fortunately, there are some places near Lancaster University that you can visit in your spare time. Morecambe Morecambe is a small town located by the sea. It is just 4 miles away from […]Read More Places to visit near Lancaster
For master students summer is literally the hottest period in a year – this is the time of writing a dissertation. What is it like in Management Science department? Are there any guidelines and tips to perform well? What are the client-based and research-based projects? These are the topics to be discussed in this post. […]Read More Research projects and dissertation in Management Science department
One of the aspects of my PhD that I particularly enjoy is having the opportunity to teach undergraduates. Most PhD students have the chance to teach although it is dependent on your department and supervisors. Some people have to undertake some teaching and/or marking activities as part of their studentship. I have an ESRC studentship […]Read More PhD Life: Teaching Undergraduates and the Supporting Learning Programme teaching qualification
Unlike other institutions that might provide students only with an essential equipment, Lancaster University is happy to share plenty of facilities in order to make your studying experience comfortable and productive; in this post we will discuss their pluses and minuses. Graduate College Plus Minus Regarding on-campus accommodation in Graduate College, your room will have a […]Read More A place to work
Lancaster is an amazing place yet it can also be a bit quiet, especially when you want to party or chill out. This does not mean that you completely ignore the social life and only focus on academic life. It just means that you study hard while studying as no other activities at Lancaster can […]Read More How to beat the blues at Lancaster during the weekends?
One of the best things I really like about the University is, there are many things one can try over their study here-especially when one is doing his or her Masters. There are two places in particular which I think is really important for a student doing a one-year course. My academic writing was […]Read More A few of the facilities the students are entitled at Lancaster University during their Masters