New study environments for students
After years of online learning and hours of working from tiny rooms within our homes, a new study environment could help. Here we look at the different options available…
Studying in cafes can bring with it convenience like coffee on tap and the nice hustle and bustle of customers. However, depending on how large the café is it can become distracting if you need to focus. But the best thing about café hopping is that you can get different people visiting on different days creating a completely different vibe. Now, this might sound like an expensive option, but Pret A Manger is now offering £20 subscriptions a month, allowing you to get up to 5 coffees a day! And lots of other cafes have offers such as a free cup of coffee after a purchase. Look around locally at what’s on offer!
This might sound like an obvious choice but there are reasons that libraries are everyone’s first option for a study space. For example, having all the books you could ever need at your fingertips alongside knowledgeable staff. It’s also a quiet space so if you need pure focus this is your go-to place. Whether or not you decide to interact with people around you in the library, it still provides a social environment that brings people together. However, you can also choose to speak to the people around you during your study break or engage in group discussions if allowed within the library. A library is also one of the best places to make friends with people you share similar or related academic interests.
If the weather’s right (hard in the UK, we know) studying in the great outdoors lets you get fresh air while you work. It also helps to free you from other distractions such as technology and people!
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