Readers of the Guardian and the (London) Times Higher Education online may have been noticing a familiar by-line: CMCI MA student Molly Whyte.
Molly, who studies part time on our Arts and Cultural Management programme, contributes to the Higher as a student blogger. Articles published so far include Why Student Volunteering Matters, Four Tips to Manage Your Part-Time Postgraduate Course and How to Write a Master’s Application (in which she clearly has had some success). You can find her author profile here.
A graduate in English and History from Southampton University, Molly manages communications for Student Hubs, a charity supporting student social action at UK universities. Through this role, she wrote an article about unlimited annual leave for the Guardian.
She also runs a personal blog, mollywhyte.com, which has attracted 4,500 visitors to date. After graduation from King’s, Molly (pictured) hopes to move into arts marketing.