You may have heard of them, you may have been to one, but do you really know what they are for? Open days are a good opportunity to take a look around a university, ask questions and meet tutors.
University is a monumental milestone for all those who decide that further education is the right path for them, but with over 109 Universities in the UK alone, choosing the right one for you might fill you with trepidation.
I first went home from the university at Christmas. I had been at the university since late September and although I’d met up with family and friends, this was the first time that I’d gone home for a prolonged period of time.
Living away from home is part of the university experience, but how do you know which accommodation is going to suit you?
Submitting your first assignment is a big deal and can be a lot different to what you’re used to. So here’s an insight on what to expect with some of the thoughts I had when I submitted my first assignment.
At first school, we all had great ideas about what we want to be when we grew up such as “mommy, I want to be an astronaut” or “daddy, I want to become a princess”.
Deciding where to go to university is always a hard decision – as you begin to think of the daunting three years ahead, it has to be perfect. Here are just five of my reasons for choosing the University of Worcester and what you may notice is that it was not the course that sold it to me…