What are you most looking forward to at the start of term? (7/09/2022 - )
|Moving in and making new friends|
|Freshers’ Fair and all the Welcome Events|
|Exploring the area|
|Trying out a new club, team or society|
|Prepping for my course|
Visit the Welcome Events page for more information about what’s on.
What are your plans for the vacation? (28/07/2022 - 7/09/2022)
|Spending time with family and friends||75||36|
If you are studying, resitting or resubmitting this summer, Study Skills have exam prep and referencing workshops and one-to-one tutorials that can help. If you are doing your dissertation, the library has created a pool of resources that will help you to start your dissertation with confidence.
How is your revision preparation going? (26/04/2022 - 28/07/2022)
|I haven't started yet!||20||9|
|Ok, I think.||28||13|
|I need help.||18||8|
|I don’t have any exams/assessments!||78||36|
Take a look at the Library’s top tips for surviving the revision and exam period for practical, positive ideas to help set you on the right path.
Are you planning on attending a USW Well-being and Health Strategy focus group? (29/03/2022 - 26/04/2022)
|What focus groups?||28||34%|
The University recently launched its Well-Being and Health Strategy to students and colleagues. To inform the development of the next version (2022 – 2024 and possibly beyond), students are encouraged to attend an on-campus or online focus group to help shape our future support and interventions in this critical area.
Do you follow UniLife on Twitter? (02/03/2022 - 29/03/2022)
|Yes, in English.||17||9|
|Yes, in Welsh.||1||1|
|No - I don't use twitter.||102||53|
We post regular student information on our English and Welsh language UniLife twitter accounts.
What are your plans for the vacation? (14/12/2021 - 02/03/2022)
|Spending time with family and friends||68||37|
|Food. Lots of food||6||6|
Whether you’re travelling home or staying on campus, make sure you get the most out of your time off by looking after yourself and your personal belongings this festive season.
How are you feeling? (14/10/2021 - 14/12/2021 )
|Student life really suits me||35||9|
|I’m loving my studies!||86||22|
|I’m just about getting by||106||27|
|Counting down the days to the end of term…||86||22|
|I’m unhappy and I’m not sure what to do||86||22|
Which of the following is of the most interest to you at the All Wales Virtual Careers Fair? (5/10/2021 - 14/10/2021)
|Year in Industry Placements||6||12|
|Exploring Career Options||6||12|
|What Careers Fair?||4||8|
The All Wales Virtual Careers Fair is open to all students and recent graduates, with over 100 employers and thousands of graduate and placement opportunities available.
Which Welcome Event are you most looking forward to? (14/9/21 - 5/10/2021)
|Lunch with a Librarian||3||2|
|None of the above||36||23|
|What Welcome Events?||29||19|
Our Welcome Events include a mix of digital and on-campus activities, dedicated to helping get a sense of the University life that awaits you. Events are open to all students – whether you are Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Home, EU or International.
What social media platform do you use most? (27/4/21 - 14/9/21)
Social media use changes frequently. We've previously run several polls about social media use by our students and we'd like to know what services are most popular at the moment If you think we've missed something please email [email protected] to let us know.
How do you usually find out about USW events? (17/03/21 - 27/4/21)
|From lecturers or other USW staff||11||6|
|I don't find out about USW events!||58||34|
There is a wide range of USW events and workshops for current students on the events feed on UniLife. From Wellbeing to Study Skills - why not take a look at what is available?
Have you made your wellbeing a priority for 2020? (18/01/2021 - 17/03/21 )
|Yes, I'm committed to taking better care of myself||148||47|
|No, it's not a priority for me||51||16|
|I want to, but I’m not sure where to start?||116||37|
Making just a few small lifestyle changes can significantly improve your overall wellbeing. The Wellbeing Service provide a variety of tools, resources and events that can help students during their time at University and develop strategies that can be used every day to improve their wellbeing and mental health.
Do you budget? (19/11/2020 - 18/01/2021)
|I try to||129||29%|
|Total - 449||100%|
Managing your money at University can be a challenge. The Student Money Advice Team can help you make informed decisions about your finances and offer advice on managing your money. Contact us by email or book an appointment for further support.