Can you still have fun as a student if you’re living at home and commuting to campus. Recent graduate – Scott Eeles – talks to us about his commute and life as a student who […]
George Sherrard – A Student Wellbeing Champion at the University of Worcester – talks to us about self-care and the importance of taking a break. From a mental health point of view, self-care is about […]
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 […]
Blogger Amber Pettit offers some helpful advice on keeping healthy whilst you’re at University: Register with a GP So, when you’re a new student at University you need to register to a Doctors’ Surgery. Registering […]
Did you ever think you would be putting yourselves in the shoes of someone who is a graduate? I did not think this day would come. As Worcester Graduates we have the awesome excitement of […]
Ellie Bixby lets us know the best YouTube Channels for students to learn from, wind down with and enjoy: Spending copious amounts of time online is undoubtedly a part of every student’s lifestyle. Whether it […]
Starting University as a mature student can be both an exciting and daunting time with much of the University’s resources sometimes appearing to be aimed at recruiting younger, undergraduate students. I asked my colleague Georgie to give us an insight into her experience as a mature student at the University of Worcester and here is what she had to say…
Getting your research out there fills many postgrad students with dread, but it also has great benefits and rewards. Postgraduate studies and research can already be a huge time commitment, so wider engagement on top of that can be a challenge. Here’s my guide to postgraduate research and how to get your research out there.