University, whether you’re studying part-time or full-time can be a huge strain on your life, but I believe in making the most of your time as a student, and ensuring that you have had the best University experience when you eventually leave Higher Education.
Before you start university, you will have people throwing advice at you about how to handle student life. The advice comes from all sorts of people; parents, older siblings, cousins and friends.The problem is not all advice is good.
Few weeks into starting uni and strange things started happening to me – I began noticing large creases all over my clothes, which didn’t smell as good when taken out of the washing machine as in past, and I often found myself more exhausted than ever at the end of the day, right after putting that last freshly-clean plate into the tray.
Starting afresh at University doesn’t need to involve a drastic change, and by no means am I going to suggest changing your hair colour or buying a completely new wardrobe.
As a person I am prone to worrying, I worry about worry lines… I do it that much. So it’s understandable that I had a few concerns when at 18, I decided to move 124 miles away from home to go to University in Worcester.
I’m sure I’m not alone in saying that the season break seemed a long time ago, and I’m sure you would love to recharge your batteries once again. Well thankfully, Worcester Week is only a few days away, here are my top tips for making the most out of those days.
I first went home from the university at Christmas. I had been at the university since late September and although I’d met up with family and friends, this was the first time that I’d gone home for a prolonged period of time.
Beginning your studies on a degree program can be daunting, and there will be parts where it seems difficult. But it’s important to remember that that’s just part of the process and most people are able to deal with the pressures that studying for a degree presents.