Deciding what to study at the University can be a very hard and crucial decision to make. If you are one of those lucky ones that already know or found themselves enjoying a particular field or subject, then you probably already know which direction to take in the future.
Open days are arguably the best way to seek out which university is best for you. Going to open days allows you to explore the campus and surroundings and ask questions with lectures and previous students about your course or the university in general.
My parents were always of the understanding that in order to be a Primary School Teacher, I would need to train at a University.
So, you’re approaching the time of year where it’s time to start your university applications, but you aren’t sure whether university is for you or if it’s going to be worth it.
Writing a personal statement can be challenging. Not only can you demonstrate why the University of your dream should choose you over your peer, but it is also an opportunity to express and explain what you have achieved, outside of your application form.
When you’re applying to university, there is a lot of pressure for you to make the ‘right’ decision. It’s important to ask as many questions as you can to make sure you are making the most informed choice you can.
As a homegrown Worcester girl, I struggle to find a restaurant I have not yet eaten in, so here are some of my favourites for students on a budget!
Worcester, for those who have moved from much larger cities, may seem like a small town, and, for those who have moved from a small village, it may appear as a much larger and daunting place.