Thinking about whether the University of Worcester is right for you? An Open Day is the perfect opportunity to explore our campuses and find out more about your course and student life. In this blog […]
Worried about settling into accommodation? Joe is here to talk to you about the best way to get to know your new flatmates and finding your feet
Lotta is a second-year Biomedical Science student at University of Worcester. She wants to show you what she is usually up to on a typical day at the moment!
First off, I hope you are all doing well and to the prospective students looking to join us here at the University of Worcester, I hope you are excited to start a new part of […]
As a student, spring cleaning can be the last thought on your mind when juggling several other commitments, alongside the horrors of student budgeting. However, do not despair… As a fellow student who actually doesn’t mind a good spring clean from time to time, I can tell you now that there are many benefits in the long run. Here are my 4 top tips for spring cleaning on a student budget.
So you’ve applied to uni, received your offer, accepted your place, but what next? It’s time to start thinking about student accommodation for your first year of uni! I can imagine many of you are wondering, questioning, panicking and even slightly hesitant to wonder what living in halls is like. I was too! To ease your concerns, here’s my essential guide to campus accommodation so you’re ready for your first year of uni.
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.
If you haven’t had any experience in living on your own, moving away from your parents for university can seem scary. But it can also be one of the most exciting times of your life. Living in halls of residence is a great way to gain independence, learn life skills and make new friends. Here are my experiences of moving away from my parents for uni.