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 […]
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 […]
Sarah Baldwin is a 3rd-year Nursing BSc student from the University of Worcester. She recently travelled to Tanzania on a nursing elective to see the differences between healthcare in the UK and the developing world. […]
An account by Grace Millington: On the 9th of August myself and four of my fellow student paramedics returned from Volunteering in the refugee camps in France. We are part of an emergency health care […]
By Karolina Frybova When I started thinking about my plans for summer I knew I want to experience something new, challenging and unforgettable. I always loved travelling and exploring different cultures. But the travelling itself […]
I think the scariest thing about going to uni is knowing what to do when it all inevitably comes to an end. Do you apply for postgraduate study? Graduate schemes? Get a job? It’s a tough decision but there are plenty of options out there. Here are my tips to make life after university a bit less daunting.
Going to China as a volunteer is experience of a lifetime. It opens your eyes to a whole different culture and way of life. So how did this experience happen? Well, around February 2018 I […]
Studying abroad is always an exciting opportunity that many want to take up during their time at university. Whether you want to experience different cultures, learn new life lessons or build up your CV, studying abroad is a great chance to do this. Taking a semester abroad is a great way to get a taste of study abroad for a few months. Here’s everything you need to know about a semester abroad.