Asli is currently a third-year Physiotherapy BSc (Hons) student at the University of Worcester. In this blog, she will share five unexpected things about studying Physiotherapy at UoW.
Reflecting back at my first year as a student at the Business School I was full of excitement, but I also felt a bit insecure during the first couple of weeks. Going to university was […]
So, is it possible to combine studying and part-time work at University? Well, it all depends on your time management, but my answer is absolutely yes! I do understand that finding a job in a […]
Blogger Debbie Andrews talks us through one of her favourite modules from the first year of her Business, Economics and Finance degree. The modules taught within a degree change periodically and the assignments within them […]
With a pandemic worldwide, students and gradates have had to use their initiative in gaining new opportunities and skills in a time of the unknown. In the gap between finishing my undergraduate degree in BA […]
Student blogger Karolina Frybova tell us about Student Ambassadors, their work at the Uni and what the experience has meant for her. Working as a Student Ambassador for your University is probably the best part-time […]
Students Union president Meg Price has all the information on the Students Union and the work they do: Hi everyone! Whilst at University you’ll have lots of opportunities to get involved with activities outside of […]
Debbie Andrews is a mature Business, Economics and Finance student. In this blog she talks about her concerns about retraining, her new found skills and her experiences at the Uni: UCAS define a mature student […]