My first year was undoubtedly exhausting especially travelling to Worcester from Gloucester. It is indeed only an hour journey to Foregate , but considering 6am alarms plus porridge bowls in mum’s car, this results in one tired student for the morning lecture. Not forgetting the journey back home, commuting four times a week equals 8 hours travelling.
During my first year of A-Levels I wasn’t even considering university, so what changed? Apart from the obvious benefits, such as the chance of getting a better paid job, you’ll find that there’s more to university than you think…
When I tell people I studied Psychology, their first response is generally “so can you tell what I’m thinking?”. Psychology does not mean I’m a mind reader, it does not mean that I can tell what you’re like just by looking at you, and it does not mean that I’m studying every person that I walk past!
University isn’t all about your academic achievements, great memories, fun times and life-long friends, it also is time for your personal growth and development.
One of my concerns before starting university was that I would struggle to eat healthy due to not being at home to enjoy the nutritious home-cooked meals. I aimed to find several ways to make eating healthy on a budget that little bit easier and tastier!
The LLB has landed at the University of Worcester. This means that you can now study law at Worcester and leave with a shiny qualifying degree which can lead to endless opportunities. What is an […]
Picking which university you want to go to can be a little difficult and make you go a little crazy with it. There seems to be endless choices with endless reasons why you should go […]
Interviews can be a bit scary, but with good preparation, you will be ready to impress. For some of you, this would be your first interview, so here’s what happens that day.