43. MyFridgeFood

If you have a kitchen in your uni flat, this is a great resource for cooking…especially if you’re not the most creative person when it comes to concocting recipes. MyFridgeFood creates recipes for you, using the ingredients you already have on hand.

44. The Ultimate Health Food Guide

It’s almost impossible not to get stressed out and ultimately a little bit run down in uni. Use this guide to determine which foods you should be consuming to rev up your immune system and get over that slump.

Websites uni students need to know for fitness

45. My Fitness Pal

I’m a strong supporter of My Fitness Pal and recommend it to anyone who is concerned or interested in tracking their nutritional intake. Easily log your daily food consumption and workouts into the app and monitor your fitness and health goals. It’s an awesome way to stay on track!


For those students who dare not enter the uni gym – rejoice! This app has tons of workouts that can be done in the comfort of your flat.

Other useful websites for uni students

47. UCampus

Get more familiar with your new city by exploring all the aspects you probably didn’t know your uni town had to offer.

48. Instructables

Tons and tons…and tons of DIY project tutorials, including fun flat decor ideas.

49. UnplugTheTV.com

Need an alternative to TV? Try studying. But if you can’t get yourself to do that, check out this site that provides randomized videos on interesting topics – at least you’ll be getting educated.

50. theSkimm

I hate to break it to you, but as a uni student, you’re basically an adult. What does this mean? You should probably have a general idea of what’s going on in the world. If you can’t muster the strength to watch the news on a daily basis, subscribe to The Skimm and get daily emails summarizing all the top news stories (in terms we can actually understand).

What other useful websites for uni students would you add to the list? SHARE in the comments!

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