Procrastination affects far more activities than studying for your assignments. It spreads like a virus to various aspects of your life, forcing you to get fast-food rather than cook for yourself or to watch the telly instead of sorting out your messy room.
I can’t quite believe that my University experience is drawing to a close – time has flown by!
When I submitted my UCAS Application Form, I could never have anticipated all of the fantastic opportunities the University has provided me with.
So, it’s time to decide whether university is for you and you have hundreds of questions racing through your mind; ‘how will I afford it?’, ‘what if I don’t like my flat mates?’, ‘how will I fit everything in?’, ‘How will I have time?’…
It feels like it was yesterday. I flew over from Prague, was picked up by bus with some of the incoming international students by the University and that was it.
We’ve all been there, Heartbreak hotel where all the tables in the dining room are full of happy couples then there you are in the corner next to the coat rail with only someone’s fur jacket to cuddle.
I never felt completely ready to go to university. There was always something more to do, another pair of jeans to pack, another fear that would make its way into my head and make me doubt my decision or another person I had to leave behind.
Going to university is a valuable, important step in one’s life, a rite of passage where young students make their way into the real world and transition to adulthood. Looking back to the beginning, I am […]
When you come to university, many say that it’s best to be single so that you can enjoy yourself in your own time with no one to worry about. I don’t totally agree with that.