Your third year at university is crucial to your degree. With your dissertation to write plus all the usual modules (plus preparing yourself to leave uni!), everything can get quite hectic. However, it’s still important to enjoy yourself and make the most out of the opportunities given to you at university.
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.
When it comes to being a neighbour, we all have some ideas of just what this means. However, sometimes in the midst of uni work and socialising, it can be easy to forget about the people around us, particularly our neighbours!
Living in the “community” of St John’s is by far the most challenging aspect when living away from home. All those additional perks from last year living in halls, with a launderette and cleaners, are […]
So many of you, first year students, have experienced your first year living away from home and living in halls of residence with strangers you did not know 3 months ago! Or maybe you are a prospective student contemplating the thought of what happens after halls.
Education Studies student, Holly, writes about why moving away to university was the best decision she has made.
The average University of Worcester student, teachers and nurses aside, spends between 8 and 16 hours in lectures a week.
So you’ve decided to spread your wings and fly the nest but where will you be living while at university?