Going to university is a high-stake game, not only because it involves many funds, but mainly because you are going to spend three or four years there, depending on your course, and it will be your new home for that time.
Coming to university is a step towards a new way of living, being more independent, taking care of yourself and last but not least doing the laundry and the cooking on your own.
When I go back to my first year, I remember that the reality check showed I needed a part-time job to cover all of my costs. Money were flying away as it was the year of exploring Worcester, travelling around England, my new home, attending many social events and buying all the books I needed for my course.
Now that my brain has finally realised that this was the end of a four-year-long journey, it’s time to start facing the differences between student life and after-the-end-of-uni life.
As you probably know, I was a Worcester student. So this post is more like a reflection of my time here, what I made the most of and what I could have done more or better.
Here is my little list of things that one must do during their time at the University of Worcester.
Going back to the days when I was thinking whether I should live on or off campus and my first days as a fresher at the University, I can remember that everything was new, exciting and sometimes confusing.
A general rule of university life is that students drink eat a lot of sweets and fizzy drinks during assessment weeks or when they are not in the mood for “cooking”. This is when junk food becomes our new best friend!
I never thought I would write this, but here I am – I love yoga and even having just 2 months of practice I can see some positive changes already happening, especially when I talk about studying.