1. There’s Something In The Water…

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    Que Pasa People, Still confused over the merger? Check out the recent blogs of fellow ambassadors James and Sian for an explanation. I want to talk again on some course-specific materials this week, in particular that of the Medical Microbiology module. A number of modules in the HESAS department share...
  2. Eating Out – A Student Saver’s Guide

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    Que Pasa Guys, One thing I have noticed whilst doing revision recently is my insatiable appetite for food every half hour or so, which gave me the idea why not write a blog telling you guys about where to eat in Treforest and the surrounding area relatively cheaply! Because there...
  3. Typical Timetables For A Science Student

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    Que pasa guys, Long time no speak, apologies. It’s been a rather busy couple of weeks with assignments before the Easter holidays, for some reason my course decided to give us numerous assignments – rather annoying! So I read that some of you wanted to know what a typical timetable...
  4. Fingerprinting Forensics – Forensic Facts Part 2

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    Howdy folks, So I want to give you guys a bit more knowledge as to what you would be studying if you were to take any of the forensics degrees (and Police Science) at the University of Glamorgan. If there is anything in particular you would like me to cover...
  5. Documenting Forensics – Forensic Facts Part 1

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    Hey guys, So I think it’s important that prospective students are told a little more about course content and so I am going to give you a bit more of an insight to one of the forensic modules we study here at Glamorgan in the second year of the Forensic...
  6. The Crime Scene Village – The Coronation Street of Crime

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    Que pasa people, I thought for the next few Fridays I would write a bit more module-specific blogs to give you all more of a know how about the forensic courses here at Glam. One of the really cool aspects of the Forensic Science courses (and Police Science in the...
  7. Scholarships – Putting the FUN in Funds – Funding Part 2

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    Que pasa people? In the last blog then we looked at how much Uni will cost you, but now, what help is there available throughout university towards fees and cost of living? Why Scholarships of course! Helpful little blighters these! There are a number of bursaries and scholarships to help,...

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Name: Jonathan Sage
Course: BSc (Hons) Forensic Biology
Year of study: 2nd year
Hometown: Torquay.

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