Summertime each year is always a nostalgic, and often bittersweet, time for me as I reminisce over past holidays and the adventures I embarked on in previous years. This summer is no different. Every day my timehop presents a photo or post that reminds me of the amazing things I’ve experienced in my 19 years.
Whether you’re preparing to start your degree or you’re settled at university, everyone can benefit from becoming more organised, control your time, stress and money while you overcome the university challenges.
A Level results day has just passed and I can’t stop thinking about how I felt this time last year. I had just gotten my results, gotten into my first choice University and was initially filled with excitement and wonder about what the year ahead would hold. However, it didn’t take long for the nerves and uncertainty to set in along with an overwhelming sense of self-doubt
Are you new to Worcester and keen on finding out what this beautiful and historic city has to offer, besides the obvious pubs, clubs and shops?
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 […]
1. It’s fast paced! It is literally end to end stuff. 2. And there are no 0-0 draws A whopping 168 points are scored in an average British Basketball League (BBL) game. 3. You still […]
“You become a champion by fighting one more round. When things are tough, you fight one more round” James J. Corbett
This blog outlines the full range of employment options for graduates in the modern recruitment market; scrolling through Facebook feeds where friends are celebrating their classifications #success.
Benz and Jenny, two students from Malvern St James Girls’ school who just completed their GCSEs, did a work experience placement here, at uni. Here’s what they thought about it: