Farah's Blog

Farah Hamdan

BSc Honours Environmental Management | 2nd Year | Lebanon

“As an Environmental Management student, I am passionate about nature, green spaces and all things eco-friendly. As I drove into Belfast on my very first day in the city, I looked out the cab window and the first thing I saw was mountains. Since then, it’s been breath-taking natural beauty at every turn. In my blog, you can read all about the hidden spaces and perfect spaces I’ve found on my outdoor adventures.”

Galapagos Study Abroad

Studying Abroad: Preserving the Ecosystem in the Galapagos Islands

Farah Hamdan, BSc Environmental Management | 9 November, 2018

Farah Hamdan is a student in the School of Biological Sciences at Queen’s. For her placement, she’s spending five months amongst the beauty and conservation work of the Galapagos Islands. Today she’s sharing her experience so far on the blog.


The Best Places to Go Hiking in Belfast If You Don't have A Car

Farah Hamdan, BSc Environmental Management | 22 February, 2018

These jaw-dropping hikes are a must on your uni bucket list, says Environmental Management undergraduate, Farah Hamdan. The best bit? They are just a short bus ride away from campus.

The view from Cave Hill

Five Stunning Green Spaces in Belfast

Farah Hamdan, BSc Environmental Management | 1 February, 2018

Need some headspace when the assignments are piling up? Grab some fresh air in one of these incredible outdoor places – most within walking distance of campus, says Environmental Management undergraduate, Farah Hamdan

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