Don’t waste a second 1. Get really good at playing an instrument Experts say it takes 10,000 hours to become an expert at anything. You may not have 10,000 hours this summer, but if you […]
Work experience student, Alex, has recently chosen her A levels and shares some tips on what to consider when making this decision. “‘The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows.’ – Sydney […]
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.
As the halls of residence begin to clear, it’s beginning to sink in that the first year of my Psychology degree is complete. I may be waiting for a few assessment results, but overall I […]
I’ve been living in a student-house in the suburbs of Worcester for almost two years; learning the ways to independence is by far the best decision you’ll ever make. Once I left the nest, you grow as a person learning new things about you.
“At first I was afraid, I was petrified, kept thinking I could never live without you by my side.” ooh Gloria Gaynor, nothing beats a classic.
Three years ago, I was wandering around Worcester worried with the level of academic support my needs were entitled at university. Leaving A-Levels behind, this was new territory.
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.