One of my biggest fears before I went to university was the fact that I was going to be forced outside of my comfort zone into meeting new people in a completely alien environment.
Packing to leave for the university for the first time is really exciting. For me, it felt like I was going on an adventure and I was already looking forward to the great times I was going to have.
So, if you have have read the previous post about what was difficult the first year, this is a continuation of it.
September is only round the corner and some of you may be worried about starting university. Here are some of our frequently asked questions to do with registration and accommodation.
First year at university is full of exciting moments, but also challenges. This post reveals some of the struggles I have in my first year at Worcester.
Now that my first year at university is over (where did the time go?), I can definitely say it was full of changes: new place, new people, and new experiences. I’ve never thought I would change as well, but looking back, I can see I am a different person now.
I remember my results day so clearly like it was yesterday. I was so nervous, I didn’t open my results in school and ran back out to open them in the car! I was so relieved to see that I’d got the grades to get into university… I had actually done it!
Moving into halls or student accommodation can be quite nerve-wracking, I, for one, was extremely nervous the day I moved into halls.