Completing university is undoubtedly my biggest life achievement so far. Now my university experience is over (for the time being) I’ve been reflecting on my three years at Worcester and I realised that university has taught me a lot.
Lucy is a 3rd year Primary Education student from Worcester, graduating this autumn. She has secured a graduate job as a primary school teacher, which will be starting in September. She loves horse riding and anything […]
Last summer I was bored stiff. Within the first month of summer break I’d already run out of ideas of things to do, and I still had three months left to occupy myself. Therefore, I plan for this summer to be action-packed and fun, so I can really make the most out of my summer before starting third year.
Now that my last exam is complete and the academic year comes to a close, it’s hard to believe that I am officially 1/3 of the way through my degree!
English Literature and Creative and Professional Writing student Charlotte writes about moving away from home.
Mental health is an ever-growing issue . With increased cuts to NHS services, a millennial-epidemic has taken hold. University offers many challenges, more than cooking raw meat! And sometimes you can experience mild or temporary distress that divert daily routines…or actual panic attacks.It’s important to recognize these signs, before they become uncontrollable.
First year at University is full of ups and downs. You end up just trying to go with the flow with a lot of things, just to try and maintain some stability in your new life.
Life at university consists of multiple ready-meals, takeaways, drinking and sitting around for long periods of time. This is why, it is important to stay active throughout your time at university in order prevent yourself putting on weigh or simply becoming unfit.