Lastest Blog Posts from Intercalating Students

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My intercalated degree is finished!

Hi everyone! Hope you’re all staying well in these uncertain times! 2020 has not been what everyone expected it to be. I hoped to have posted more often about what I was up to but with the world turning upside down in the course of a few days back in March that didn’t happen! I…
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A week in the life of intercalated Zoology and end of term reflection…

A post by Holly, BSc Zoology Intercalator… My first term has absolutely flown by! Overall, I am loving the course. The content is always engaging, and although it can sometimes be quite challenging to get my head round, I never feel as stressed as I usually do – mostly because I know this year is…
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First term complete!

Wow, hasn’t time flown? Can’t actually quite believe I’m writing this post honestly! It’s been a bit delayed because I’ve been busy revising and doing my coursework (3 January deadlines aren’t anyone’s favourite!). I’ve completed my first term at the University of Liverpool intercalating on their BSc Veterinary Conservation Medicine course, which means I’m officially…
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Christmas Break Update

Week in the Life First blog post! Here’s an idea of what the weeks of the first term have looked like: Monday  One hour Philosophy lecture. Tuesday One hour Philosophy lecture, expanding on Mondays lecture. Wednesday Completely free (probably used for reading and occasional binge of The Crown). Thursday  One hour Philosophy seminar, again on…
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Halfway through the first semester…

Wow, I can’t believe how fast time has gone! I’m now at the end of week 6 out of 12 in my first term at Liverpool studying my intercalated BSc in Veterinary Conservation Medicine. A quarter of the way through the degree already D: Since my first post about my experiences during my first week,…
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First week studying BSc Veterinary Conservation Medicine

Hey guys! I’m just coming to the end of my first week studying an Intercalated BSc in Veterinary Conservation Medicine at the University of Liverpool and it’s been a whirlwind of new experiences for sure! I hope to make a short video that shows me out and about a bit so keep your eyes peeled,…
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