A week in the life of our students

We asked some of our students to keep a diary about what they do in a typical week. Read their diaries here!

 

Image of Yvie Eichhorn

Yvi Eichhorn is from Germany and is studying the MSc in Human-Computer Interactive Technologies. When Yvi isn't concentrating on her studies, you can find her teaching gymnastics at the University's Sports Centre, or learning British Sign Language! 

 

 

Image of Gustavo Vargas Tena

Gustavo Vargas Tena is from Mexico and is studying the MSc in Software Engineering. Gustavo is a member of the University's Latin American Society and, on Friday nights, you can often find him in one of the college bars teaching salsa! 

 

 

Image of Yongjie Chen 

Yongjie Chen is from China. She is studying the MSc in Human-Computer Interactive Technologies. Yongjie is a member of the University's Outdoor Society, and enjoys going on day trips at the weekends.

 

 

Image of Hao Xu

Hao Xu is from China and is studying the MSc in Computing. He was elected by his fellow students as Course Representative. When he isn't working in the Masters Lab, he likes to go the gym or play badminton with friends at the new Sports Village.

 

 

Image of Anna Bramwell-Dicks

Anna Bramwell-Dicks is from the UK and is in the third year of her PhD studies. As well as working hard on her own studies, Anna assists with the teaching of undergraduate courses in Computer Science. In her spare time, she enjoys going to the cinema and seeing live bands.

 

 

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James Stovold is in the second year of his PhD studies and is from the UK. James is currently Chair of the Graduate Common Room Committee in Langwith College. He is a keen road cyclist and is a member of the University's Cycling Club.

 

 

Image of Sorachai Kamollimsakul

Sorachai Kamollimsakul is from Thailand and is in the third year of his PhD studies. Sorachai is a keen photographer, and likes nothing better than spending his free time taking photographs of historic York. He also enjoys visiting friends who live in other cities around Yorkshire.‌‌

 

 

Chengliang Hu is from China and is in her first year of her PhD studies. In her spare time, Chengliang attends a regular drawing class, and was recently involved in the University's Chinese New Year celebrations, where she gave a demonstration of Chinese calligraphy.