Being in lectures is only half of what you experience at university and your social life and what you do in your spare time is another aspect of University life. I’m always on my phone and my phone holds a lot of information which has helped me through my three years at University.
I remember my results day so clearly like it was yesterday. I was so nervous, I didn’t open my results in school and ran back out to open them in the car! I was so relieved to see that I’d got the grades to get into university… I had actually done it!
Wowsie! Second semester of the third year is stressful and busy, busy, busy… But that shouldn’t stop you from getting your hands stuck in still with the different chances that the university throws at you!
As most of my blogs have been mainly informative and hopefully helpful, I thought I would write a blog post about what a third-year drama student gets up to during a typical week. Life as a third year isn’t easy at all, but it’s the balance of work and play that keeps you sane during the dissertation season!
As previously stated in my blogs, the final year at University has a lot going on.
During this time, you may well have a series of epiphanies. Some of which may be life-changingly important….
What better way to celebrate 2016 than thinking about all the resolutions and goals you can set yourself? Being a student means there’s a lot of things to do, so this is why I suggest to set yourself some goals, big or small, for the up and coming months.
One thing I have always looked forward to in all three years of my course has been going home for Christmas. By December, I am always well and truly ready to go back to my family home in Gloucestershire, to enjoy the festivities and catch up with relatives! Here are my top 5 reasons to go home for Christmas…
There I am, a little 5-year-old girl clutching a postcard from Oxford that has just arrived in the post with an aerial image of Oxford, reading ‘Life is beautiful in Oxford. I hope one day you’ll be living it too’.