Open days are arguably the best way to seek out which university is best for you. Going to open days allows you to explore the campus and surroundings and ask questions with lectures and previous students about your course or the university in general.
Category: Applying to University
What going to University meant to my family
My parents were always of the understanding that in order to be a Primary School Teacher, I would need to train at a University.
Is going to university worth it?
So, you’re approaching the time of year where it’s time to start your university applications, but you aren’t sure whether university is for you or if it’s going to be worth it.
5 things to include in your personal statement
Writing a personal statement can be challenging. Not only can you demonstrate why the University of your dream should choose you over your peer, but it is also an opportunity to express and explain what you have achieved, outside of your application form.
4 questions to ask when you’re applying to university
When you’re applying to university, there is a lot of pressure for you to make the ‘right’ decision. It’s important to ask as many questions as you can to make sure you are making the most informed choice you can.
10 things you need to know about the University of Worcester
- The University’s library, The Hive, is shared with the public making it Europe’s first ever joint university/public library. It is an award winning building, which looks just as magnificent inside as it does from the outside.
University Jargon Buster!
As someone applying for university, it can be a bit confusing with all the new terminology and ‘jargon’ that people can use. Sometimes it’s a bit like people are talking another language and you’re not quite familiar with it yet!
How Harry Potter influenced my choice to go to uni!
I was about 12 years of age when I announced to my mum and dad that one day I was going to go to university…