Education student Molly Shaw fills you in on the best picture locations in Worcester: If you’re new to Worcester or continuing your studies and want to discover some of the best places to take photos […]
Sarah Baldwin is a 3rd-year Nursing BSc student from the University of Worcester. She recently travelled to Tanzania on a nursing elective to see the differences between healthcare in the UK and the developing world. […]
Thomas talks about how joining a sport’s team has improved his life: My name is Thomas Kerrigan, I am a third year Business student and Treasurer of the University rugby club. For the past year […]
Student Blogger Elly Datson tells us how joining the Touring Theatre MTheatre course, and moving into halls, has transformed her life: Being at the University of Worcester has been a series of discoveries and new […]
Emma Gregory keeps us up to date with some student tips on finding cheap travel: Cheap Student City Breaks holidays – Top Tips Flights: This can be the most expensive part of your quick getaway! […]
If you’re a new starter at University this year how can you navigate the clubs and societies fair? What should you join? Here’s how you get the most out of the clubs and societies fair […]
Today marks Random Acts of Kindness Day which has got me thinking about ways we can all help spread positivity and complete kind acts around campus. Whether it be handing in some lost property or smiling at a stranger, we all have the capacity to be the reason someone smiles. With this in mind, I thought I would a few ways you could be kind today and make someone smile!
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.