University – undoubtedly the most stressful, vulnerable, but most rewarding experience in your life. With emerging technology and assignments making us exhausted, individuals.
The fastest racket sport in the world, with a whole encyclopedia of shots, tactics and methods is a wonderful form of exercise. Here, at Worcester, our social goal is “creating the next generation of superstars”; regardless of your ability, there’s always room for you.
Nothing compares to the heartache and anxious waiting for that “brown envelope” at college or sixth form. University is the most popular choice in defining your career and discovering those jigsaw pieces to YOUR future.
Reflecting on three years at Worcester, it’s the best decision of my life so far.
Living in the “community” of St John’s is by far the most challenging aspect when living away from home. All those additional perks from last year living in halls, with a launderette and cleaners, are […]
Let me guess, you were drinking six jaeger bombs on New Year’s Eve and deciding this is your year? Planning to lose sixty pounds in twelve months, all to get that Cumberbatch jawline or Kim K’s body? Here are Alex’s top tips on getting fit at uni for the New Year.
It’s that inevitable time of year, where lecturers finally publish results from your assignments submitted a few weeks ago. With hope your thinking too much into the scenario, predicting module grades or degree classifications, but […]
This is a rarity for all of us, as student life is busy, dramatic and sometimes overwhelming… but every cloud or investment debt has its silver lining.
My first year was undoubtedly exhausting especially travelling to Worcester from Gloucester. It is indeed only an hour journey to Foregate , but considering 6am alarms plus porridge bowls in mum’s car, this results in one tired student for the morning lecture. Not forgetting the journey back home, commuting four times a week equals 8 hours travelling.