If you’re a new starter at University this year how can you navigate the clubs and societies fair? What should you join? Here’s how you get the most out of the clubs and societies fair […]
So we’re all well into the swing of a lovely long summer by now – maybe you’re earning some pennies at a seasonal job, adventuring somewhere abroad or just having a relaxing couple of months […]
It was my last year of Sixth Form College. I had gone through the UCAS application process, like many others had. I was all set on a university about 2 and 1/2 hours away from […]
As much as we love our University and all it has to offer, sometimes it’s nice to get out for the day sometimes! The great thing about Worcester is it’s location – it’s not all that far from a lot of great places which are easily accessible by car, bus or train! Here are a few of my favourite student days out near Worcester.
I think the scariest thing about going to uni is knowing what to do when it all inevitably comes to an end. Do you apply for postgraduate study? Graduate schemes? Get a job? It’s a tough decision but there are plenty of options out there. Here are my tips to make life after university a bit less daunting.
So, it’s finally that time. Your final year of university. You’re on the home stretch and the end is in sight. Only, you have your dissertation to think about first. Loads of research, thousands of words and many late nights in Pierson or the Hive are on the horizon. But it doesn’t have to be a negative, stressful experience. Here are a few tips on how to cope with dissertation stress and the workload as the deadline approaches!
There are some parts of a university experience that are pretty much inevitable. One of those things is having to find and rent a house for second and third year. After spending a first year in halls of residence, meeting new people and forming friendships, there soon comes a time to start house hunting. Here are my tips on finding student housing to make the process feel less daunting.
It’s the season of goodwill and Christmas is fast approaching. We spend a lot of time thinking about what we would like for Christmas and the beautiful roast dinner on the 25th December. It’s also important to spend some time thinking about others this Christmas, especially those less fortunate. Here are my favourite 5 ways to help others this festive season.