To be at one-kenobi with your mind, body and your environment is guaranteed to de-stress the soul and self in any difficult situation no matter how complex.
I’ve always been lucky in the sense that I’ve never struggled to organise my work so I thought it could be handy to pass on some of the techniques I used to other students who might struggle.
Joining a society or a club should be high on your list of things to do when you arrive at Worcester. It gives you a chance to meet like-minded people and feel involved in the University.
University means different things to different people, but essentially everyone is here to get a degree in something they enjoy or are passionate about.
That indeed is the question worth asking… Everyone, I believe, comes through the stage when you are indecisive about your future and struggle to realize which path of your future to choose. But when it […]
You’re at the stage of the application process where you have finished your personal statement, chosen your courses and are getting ready to send off your application. Although awaiting offers is an exciting time, it can also be quite nerve-racking.
As a small child I would excitedly run up to my parents with my latest invention and wait in anticipation as they studied it (most of the time probably trying to work out what on earth it was suppose to be). In my eyes, making things was a release of imagination and it was even better when I could give it to someone as a gift.
The festive season is upon us! Time to relax, unwind and enjoy hot chocolate in front of the fireplace. If you still have assignments and revision to do over the winter period then be sure to make regular breaks (for tea and sweet treats!) and still enjoy your time off.