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.
With the end of the year rapidly approaching, the time has almost come to let our hair down and celebrate everything we’ve achieved this year at University.
As I’m sure you’re well aware, starting university is a huge step. I remember when I was doing my A-Levels, I was receiving advice and tips from so many people I didn’t know what to think. Therefore, in order to help out others thinking of going to university, or those already at university who are struggling, I have gathered some advice from current students on life at university in your first year.
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.