As our University welcomes students from 87 different nationalities, it is easy to make friends from all around the world and get a better understanding of different cultures. I enjoy tasting different cuisines and learning […]
Film Production student Alex Blazina talks to us about Have you ever thought about how feature films are made? Or maybe how they put a full length film together? Then keep reading as I am […]
Student Blogger Claudia Gutierrez tells us how to make our Christmas cheer as sustainable as possible: Holidays are around the corner and so are Christmas preparations! While it’s the most wonderful time of the year, […]
It was my last year of Sixth Form College. I had gone through the UCAS application process, like many others had. I was all set on a university about 2 and 1/2 hours away from […]
I have been on my exchange now for exactly 19 weeks and time certainly flies when you’re having fun! I normally study Primary and Outdoor Education at Worcester, however, since August I have been doing […]
A blog post by Beaudine Schalk an Erasmus exchange student from the Netherlands One year ago I was at the point of quitting my studies in the Netherlands, because I did not want to go […]
Happy Valentine’s Day! With the busy schedules and geographical distance, student relationships can be tricky. Fitting in time to see your partner can be a challenge when you’re juggling studying, societies and socialising. However, there is hope and it’s possible to make it work! Here’s the story of my overseas relationship and how two cultures can make it work, despite the distance.
A Blog by Ben Walsh This summer I had an amazing experience working at a children’s summer camp in America for two months. My role was a “general counsellor” which basically means that I taught […]