So you might be looking into whether university is the right option for you. A few years ago I was in the same situation. I knew I wanted to be a primary school teacher, but I also wanted to travel and take time to consider whether going to university was the right pathway for me.
I wasn’t ready to start university in September. I was overthinking just about every single aspect of university life and even before I’d started here I was emailing the head of my course and asking questions.
Believe it or not, there comes a time in the year where you’re not bogged down with assignment work or revision and you take yourself home after lectures to find yourself sitting around wondering what to do with yourself.
University life can be hard if you are trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Being on a budget, lectures, nights out, being away from home, irregularity, laziness – they all have an impact.
Coming to University is a massive life-changing decision, so like anything in life, finding the perfect one for you is key! I’m Charlotte and this blog post is about the things you should consider when choosing your university.
Hi, I’m Meera and here’s my advice on student saving. One of the many challenges students have when starting university is managing their money but with the help of these tips, you can keep track of not just your spending, but also your savings.
Hello, I’m Sophie and this is my first blog for the Worcester Student Life so I thought I would start by giving you all a little introduction to me and my life.