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Shakespeare: Metamorphosis at Senate House - Exploring the Seven Ages of Text

With Metamorphosis, The University of London kicked off its Shakespeare anniversary celebrations with a well-conceived exhibition that highlighted how the Bard’s longevity is not so much preserved by print, as as was saved by it. 1,404 more words


My Path to a UOL LLB Hons Degree

This guest post is written by Hamza Khaleel, who graduated with an LLB in 2016.

It was November 2011. I had been married for one year and my wife had an offer to study a Masters at the University of Malaya in Malaysia while I had discovered the… 1,146 more words

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Relief, joy and pride.

So that’s it. All done. A BSc in Politics and International Relations. When I saw my exam results this week my reactions were relief (because I felt a bit glass-half-empty after the exams in May), joy (at getting three results over 70%) and pride at the overall First Class Honours degree I was awarded. 421 more words

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End of a journey.

So my results for my third year are out. As usual, they aren’t to my expectations. Actually, they were never to my expectations. This only goes to show that University of London is very unpredictable. 741 more words

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University of London (UOL) Results!

I just gotten my result for my first year! I have passed all. But I can’t help feeling disappointed at what I have got because I really worked very hard for my modules and studied consistently. 190 more words

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Nearing the end of my first year with MA in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies

It is coming to end of my first year since enrolling into the MA programme in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies. My interest in refugee issues took off when I was interning with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 560 more words

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Journey of a Distance Learner: Summer Term Study Tips

As the word count counter on the bottom left of the laptop screen hit 5000+, I found myself exhaling in relief. Countless hours, days, weeks spent in deciding on a topic, developing a proposal, planning research, and many bouts of stress later, I was finally ready to hand in the final draft of the end of the module assignment. 796 more words

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