‘Whether you need support for stress, or more serious mental health difficulties your university should have a service available for you.’ – Isis
In a 3 part series, Dr. Tiffannie Skerritt shares her experience and gives tips on studying in Jamaica.
Interested in doing your masters? Isis has written a few tips to help you with that next step.
Check out what Isis and Dr. Skerritt have to say about making new friends at uni in Jamaica and the UK.
Check out where Khyra likes to shop for beauty supplies and where she went for decor pieces to decorate her room.
Just because you are travelling from a Overseas Territory does not mean that you are not a British National, because you are.
Learn how to weigh the Jamaican dollar against your currency, where to buy groceries and how to safely get around on Jamaica.
Here are a few random things I thought you should know about living in accommodations.
Here’s a tip to help you from going broke within the first few months.
Get familiar with UCAS if you plan to apply for school in the UK and Wales.