Third-year modules are over, provisional grades are in, people are leaving, and the moment we have all dreaded for so long is finally here….. Our University careers are coming to an end.
That’s it, my time as an undergraduate Drama and Performance student at the University of Worcester has come to an end, so I’ve decided to write a post about what I’ll miss most about my time as a university student. I’ve had such a good time at university, and much of it was because of the following factors:
It’s finally here, the end of my student life at Worcester. I’ve decided to write some ideas that the third-year students could do before leaving university, I hope you’ll find them useful.
Graduation is the final “uni party” that you get to go to as a student; a very different party, one where your friends and family all join in to celebrate the fact that you survived the last few years of your life in which you faced a lot of studying, essays, presentations, deadlines, working, laughing, crying, homesickness, some more deadlines and studying.
Your three years of your degree work towards one day… GRADUATION! Despite being on my PGCE course for nearly three months I only just had my graduation on the 21st November.
So this week was Graduation week here, at Worcester. And it made me think that there are so many things that I’m going to thoroughly miss when I leave the gates of Worcester university for the last time.
Life after the graduation… Here is a nice blog post about what some of our students from different countries did after graduating. Many thanks to Aija for writing this – Life after the graduation…. Enjoy!
Now that my brain has finally realised that this was the end of a four-year-long journey, it’s time to start facing the differences between student life and after-the-end-of-uni life.