University is renowned for being the time to be adventurous by trying new things and meeting new people. In order to do this I created my own bucket list of things I want to have done by the time I have finished my degree.
Unless you’re one of the lucky ones, deciding if you should go to university can be an incredibly difficult decision. Growing up I wanted to work in every job under the sun. I wanted to be a ballerina, then a vet, then a doctor and one day I even decided I wanted to be an astronaut. Never in a million years, did I imagine I would be sat in University doing a law degree…
Every university has a library, but here, in Worcester, the Hive is much more than just a library – it’s a hub for students and people from the community, it’s where you come to finish your assignments, practice your presentation, find the books you need or, why not, have a slice of cake in the cafe.
You can have so much fun at University and sometimes it can be easy to forget that you are actually there to get a degree! But, as getting an education is the main reason for being here, it is important to make sure that you are organised, as there are now lots of aspects of your life that you need to balance; learning, essays, part-time jobs, food shopping etc. Here are some tips to make sure you are fully organised at Uni!
The University of Worcester History Department is great for any History-buff looking to learn more about the world and how we got to where we are today.
Well Ladies, it is here again. International Women’s Day! One of the only days when Women are celebrated for their Achievements, Individuality and Innovative changes. The University is highly accredited for the sport courses it provides, […]
As an idea, work placements are fantastic – building up professional experience, stepping out into the industry, making contacts and generally working for real, instead of practising sounds great. Yet, the reality reminds you that […]