My first semester at Worcester is over and I can’t believe how quickly the time has passed by. Induction week feels so long ago and I can only laugh at how terrified I was during that time, thinking I would either not make any friends or literally die surrounded by books.
Every course has a reading list that is available before the course starts. You can either find your reading lists on your Sole page or on BlackBoard, in the individual module sections.
Making friends at university can be difficult. You’re thrown straight into a room full of people, some know each other some don’t, and you are expected to become friends straight away. It doesn’t work quite like that but it is possible.
A – A completely different place.
B – Beneficial.
At times you may not think it, but your degree helps in the long-run.
There are always a few things that seem obvious, but people tend to forget when moving into a uni room. Here’s a quick checklist of things that I think you might forget if you’re moving in for the first time!
After the initial excitement of getting a place at a uni, it will soon hit you. As your move-in day approaches, that initial excitement can often be replaced by apprehension. All your planning has come down to the day you move out into halls or a house.
Like Big Brother, you get to stay in an accommodation with people that are completely different from. Not always. But it is pretty likely.
Moving out to live on your own can be difficult to get used to at first. Not only do you have to need to wake yourself up on time, remember to eat and get yourself to your lectures on time, but you also need to remember to go food shopping regularly to prevent starvation.