The pressures of modern life coupled with dealing with grief AND trying to complete a PhD can be a struggle. PhD Student Philip has some tips on how he copes with it all.
Queen's Accommodation organises lots of trips and activities to help you make friends wile exploring Belfast. Join Tarra on a wellbeing walk through Botanic Gardens.
University can become very stressful sometimes and it can be hard to find time for yourself or your health. Check out Manasa's blog should you need any tips.
Manasa has 10 suggestions on how to look after yourself without breaking the bank.
Veronica has some top tips and advice on how to avoid mid-semester burnout.
Would you like to live in uni halls but you're concerned about accessibility? Law Student James has had his room adapted to suit his needs and loved his time in Elms BT9, here's his experience...
Would you like to live in University Accommodation but you're concerned about accessibility? Wheelchair user Alastair has been really enjoying his time at Elms BT1, here's what he has to say about it...
You don't need to leave your faith behind when you start at Queen's. Join Ciara for a tour around the Catholic Chaplaincy and find out about all the groups and events that you can be a part of.
It can be a really big step to come out but you'll get lots of support from Queen's Pride Society. Every coming out story is unique, here's Erin's...
Since the clocks went back an hour on the last Sunday in October, our evenings are becoming a lot darker, a lot earlier. And while winter brings the fun, festive season, it can also result in a case of the serious winter blues. Check out Beth's tips
It’s natural to be worried about what other people will be like at university- but fourth year Medical student Kathryn shares her experience of how we’re all in this together.
Whether it's financial worries or deadline distress, there's always someone at Queen's you can turn to for support. Holly lists 10 services below that you can always turn to.
Belfast has some great spots for walking, running, and cycling. These are a great way to take a break from your studies or escape Belfast’s city life. Below Tobias shares some of his favourite spots.
It's OK not to feel OK. If you need support with your mental health take a look at Anthropology student Ciara's blog on all the support available at Queen's and beyond.
The spring exam period is probably the least enjoyable part of university life, but unfortunately it must be done. Check out Business Management student Claire Ford's helpful list of support available to students.
Worried about not making friends at uni? Worry no more! From The Speakeasy to Student Halls, Claire Ford's listed her top 7 ways to make friends and socialise at Queen's.
Starting university is daunting for everyone, especially if you've taken the leap to move country as well. Here's Canadian student Manasa's guide to making friends. Hint: don't over-complicate it!
Sissi tells us her story of growing up with a visual impairment in China and how she's found inclusive education at Queen's.
Charlotte Baxter tells us about her experience of starting at Queen's. She talks us through how she felt while saying goodbye to school friends and family, finding her new home in Belfast, and meeting new people.
Patrick tells us about the support he has received from the Disability Services at Queen's.
Ever fancied getting in to yoga but you just weren't sure where to start? If you answered yes to that check out Creative Writing student Ross McDonald's blog on how he got into yoga.
No one knows what’s going to happen before we get back to normal. In the meantime, it’s the little things that make the difference.
Finding inventive ways to stay connected are all part of the ‘student survival manual’.
In order to best support all students Queen’s made a campus commitment. Here’s how it worked out.
Why get a test? Short answer is - you might have coronavirus and you could be spreading it without your knowledge.
What's student life currently like in Belfast ? Yi Kang Choo packed his mask and sanitiser to find out. Let's Go!
Number five: ignore FOMO.
With this line-up, summer is well and truly heating up!
Support is available when you are at your most vulnerable.
You’re a uni newbie. You might be away from home for the first time – it’s a big change. Here at Queen’s, there are loads of support services available to make that transition that little bit easier.
Charlie shares his experience of studying at Queen's with a visual impairment and offers some advice for how to make sure you're getting the support you need to succeed.
The transition to university can be drastic and it’s okay not to breeze through it. That’s why Queen’s mental health support is here.
Mental health problems can affect anyone and Mental Health Awareness Week (13-19 May) is designed to raise awareness of that. Today Jia Xin is sharing some tips that can help improve your mental health.
We all feel a little stressed and overwhelmed sometimes, especially when we have exams or essays to prep for. Jade is sharing some useful tips that she uses to improve her well being.