What You Do Matters! A baby-faced 18-year-old entering Goldsmiths, ready for the next three years to study BSc Psychology! I clearly remember being recommended Goldsmiths by my former tutor in College, who raved on that he was once a student there and that I would love it. I remember days sitting on the big field […]Read more "Guest Post: WYDM"
Did you graduate in 2009, 2010, 2011 from an undergraduate degree in Psychology, Sociology or Drama/Theatre and Performance? We’d love to hear about what you’ve done since, and you’ll also be entered into a prize draw for an iPad Air when you participate. After Goldsmiths is a pilot project led by the Careers Service in collaboration […]Read more "After Goldsmiths: Career Stories"
Why ‘Finance Is Personal’ Finance Is Personal: Making Your Money Work for You in College and Beyond gives you the tools to understand what you want, short and long term, to have a rewarding life. How to set plans to achieve that life, to balance what you want now against what you want for the […]Read more "Guest Post: Finance is personal"
The Burning Bride Manoj Kerai contributes this guest post about his time at Goldsmiths and his book The Burning Bride. I’m Manoj Kerai and I was at Goldsmiths from 2006 to 2012. I came to Goldsmiths through clearing with the intention of only staying for one year before transferring to another university. I didn’t know Goldsmiths would change […]Read more "Guest Post: The Burning Bridge"