Meet the Bloggers!

Students just like you have been hard at work this past year, writing student-centred blog posts that we hope you will find entertaining and informative.  Follow our CluedUp blog for their opinions and advice about everything from budgeting and dealing with exam stress to events/opportunities in Aberdeen and recipes. So, without further ado, we’d like

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What is CluedUp?

Get CluedUp and live happy! The University of Aberdeen is dedicated to making sure that its students enjoy a university experience which is as safe, comfortable and happy as possible. During your time at university, maintaining good health and wellbeing is important for your studies, safety and happiness. CluedUp is a Student Health and Wellbeing Campaign

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Interning with Online Education

By Karolina Hybska, Online Education Intern Hello everybody, My name is Karolina Hybska and in September I will be starting my fourth year at the University of Aberdeen where I study Politics and International Relations. This summer I have been interning as a data analyst at the University’s Online Education team and in this blog,

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Interning with Student Support

By Natalie Campbell, Student Support Intern I’m Natalie, a now third year (ahh!) English with Creative writing student. My internship has been with the lovely people in Student Support Services, working on three major projects. I have been working my butt off for the last eight weeks to meet deadlines for various different aspects of

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Interning for the Centre of Academic Development

My name is Malin, I’m going into my third year of Neuroscience with Psychology, and I’m the Student Intern for the Centre for Academic Development. My view on my way to work Starting out I was hired to create materials and strategies to raise awareness of MyAberdeen’s new updates, such as the Ultra Course view

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Interning with the Admissions Department

By Marton Kottmayer, Admissions Intern Hey, I’m Marton Kottmayer, intern at the admissions department. What do I do? Well. A lot. The official idea behind my project is designing and implementing a widening access mentorship scheme. This however, is not an isolated task. I do a variety of jobs, all of which is one way

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Interning with the Development Trust

By David Henderson, Development Trust Intern I’m David. In September, I’ll be going in to my 4th year of studying Community Music. I’m currently finishing the 5th week of my 10-week internship with the Development Trust. The title of my internship is “Strategic Digital Review”, which entails putting forward ideas and consulting on many different

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Interning with the Marketing Team

By Grace Barclay, Marketing Intern It’s week four into my ten-week summer internship with the Marketing Department. This means it’s time to look back on my experience so far. The project One of the reasons I was so excited about this particular Internship was because of how creative the project is. For ten weeks, I

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Interning in Research & Innovation!

By Sophie Drummond, Research & Innovation Intern The background My name is Sophie, and I’m going into my fourth year of English and Linguistics at the University of Aberdeen. Here is a blog about the first three weeks of my Summer Internship in the department of Research & Innovation. The ‘Talking research’ project The ‘Talking

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Interning with the Planning Department

By Duncan Cramb, Planning Intern An eventful start I decided that I was going to try and be healthy throughout my internship, so I started this right by hitting the gym before my intern induction at 9am Monday morning. This meant dragging myself out of bed at half 6. After completing my gym workout and

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Interning with the Language Centre!

By Tiffany Burgess, Language Centre Student Experience Intern Hello everyone, My first week as Language Centre Student Experience Intern has come to an end and it’s time to write my first ever blog! My name is Tiffany and I am a third year Politics and Sociology student. So how did I get here…? Well, it

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Tips on how to Walk well

By Gabriel Kolanen, Studying English with History Wander to Wonder We think we have the knack of it–one leg in front of the other until one is three feet under. Biped locomotion, or to put it simply: walking, is a daily chore as we trudge, shuffle, strut, shimmy, drag or trot our way across campus.

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