Surrey meets Nigeria

This blog covers the highs and lows of living life as a Nigerian student at the University of Surrey!

Being a course representative at the University of Surrey

Leadership has always been something that comes to me naturally. Being the first of 8 children in my family, I have always acted with the mindset of setting good examples for my siblings, and that has driven my principles of engagement in the past two decades, wherever I find myself. One of my first leadership experiences […]

CVs, Interviews, and Everything In between

Hello people,  🤧… well, semester 2 is underway, and with it, the academic demands.  Acknowledging that, it is so expensive to live in the United Kingdom today, groceries (feeding), transportation and household bills are stacking up too. As an international student, it is necessary to spend wisely, so I had to find a part-time job […]

Mental Health Support at Surrey

Hello everybody, I hope you are doing great. Welcome as I share another blog post on my experiences at the University of Surrey. This time around, it’s going to be about mental health support at the University of Surrey. Relax and enjoy reading! Upon completing my first semester exam and assessments at the University, I […]

Networking Guide for International Students

Networking is one of the most highly valued skills in the current employment market. Do you know how networking can advance your career regardless of whether you’ve heard about it before? Some people ‌believe that networking is nothing more than exchanging business cards. Networking is about interacting with people and forming relationships. It boils down […]

African Food Online Stores.

Greetings to you all.  I hope you are all doing great! 🤗 We’re talking food today. I can honestly say that I had difficulties finding Nigerian groceries during my first year in Guildford, as I quickly exhausted the supplies I brought from Nigeria. And so, I had to experiment with every possible website and guess what I […]

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