Happy Friday everyone – hope you’re all well. Can we really be a week into March already??!
Today I wanted to talk to you about a series I’ve been planning for this blog. As much as I had an incredible time at university, and picked up lots of tips and tricks along the way, when it comes to advice on college/university course content my experience is more limited – one person can only study so many subjects! During my undergrad, I studied Film and Television Studies, Theatre Studies and Comparative Literature, and then went on to do my Masters in International Marketing . So while I can give advice on student life in general, I’m going to need some assistance when it comes to discussing particular courses – and that’s where you come in!!
“So you want to study…?”
I’ve decided to call the series “So you want to study…?”, with the relevant course name added to the title of each post. If you study English Lit, then, your post title will be “So you want to study English Literature?” (pretty self-explanatory!). Whether you’re studying at the moment or have already graduated, I want to hear from you! I’m looking for guest posts on as many different courses as possible – so whether you’re studying Medicine, Mechanical Engineering, Makeup or Marketing, drop me an email or leave a comment on this post!
These posts will deal with expectations vs reality, work load, pros and cons, the application process, and what made you want to study the subject you chose! It’ll be a great way to cover a wide variety of subjects, and will hopefully provide some really useful content for anyone contemplating applying for university or college, or even someone who is thinking about changing their course! Eventually I’m hoping to take the series over onto YouTube too, and do some uni experience collaboration videos, so keep your eyes peeled for that in the future!!
You don’t have to be a blogger to take part – but if you are, all your links will be included in the posts, so it’s a good little networking opportunity too! This is going to be an ongoing project, so if you’re busy with course work/assessments right now, don’t worry! Just leave me a comment or tweet me to let me know you’re interested and we can pencil you in for a post for later in the year!
You can follow me on Facebook or Twitter (@studentswitch) for more updates on this project, or email me at email@example.com!
Thanks so much for reading guys, and have a fantastic weekend!