We would like to share with you the post below on the above topic, made by Rick Reis, professor of Stanford University. We copy the article here, but you can find the original article on the fallowing link: https://tomprof.stanford.edu/posting/1834 The
If you are reading this then it is likely that you have already survived two years of study. You have developed the skills to be an independent learner and have passed assessments and exams on the way. However, the final
Grief and Loss Have you lost a loved one or experienced a breakup with a partner or friens? Did a job come to an end? Have you ever experienced a significant change or loss in your life? It is natural
Leaving home If this is your first time away from home you may feel homesick, missing friends, family and the familiar comfort of home. Research suggests that around 60% of new university students become homesick in the first few weeks.
Overcoming low mood It can be hard to be motivated when you feel low and it can involve extra effort. You may also need to persist as feeling more positive can take time. Don’t be hard on yourself if you
By Szabina Tóth Dear university students of ELTE 🙂 I would like to introduce you to some quite interesting thoughts and practical tips. They can be used in most situations either during your university years or after, in ‘real’ life
The Secret Land of Willpower