Modules are assessed in a variety of ways at the University of Worcester. You can be assessed through individual essays, portfolios, exams or presentations. But, there are a lot of modules which assess through groups presentations.
Even if it is exciting, change is not always easy to cope with. That is why the first weeks at university can be terrifying, especially if you are an international student who just arrived in a new country. During my transition from Romania to the UK, I encountered 5 challenges of studying abroad.
Student life can get very busy sometimes, especially if you have a part-time job alongside lectures and assignments. And it’s so easy to fall into the trap of procrastination until you end up feeling like you’re getting snowed under, both figuratively and literally.
Assessment periods can be very stressful, but here’s some of my tips to keep your busy student life on the go without having to feel like you want to make an emergency exist!
So this week was Graduation week here, at Worcester. And it made me think that there are so many things that I’m going to thoroughly miss when I leave the gates of Worcester university for the last time.
Books. Books. Books. If that’s what you think it’s like being a English Literature student, then you are exactly right.
We do read a lot of books, and this is the key to the course here at Worcester and at any other university. And this is what I find so fantastic about being a student of this subject.
Reading is a truly essential part of studying, particularly for me studying an Education subject – I was always reading up on different theories and concepts. Whether you’re on the 3 years teacher training course, doing a PGCE, or completing a course like Education Studies or Early Years Childhood and want to go into primary teaching then these books are for you.
Living alone for the first time? University life brings a new amount of responsibility. Students suddenly have to manage more aspects of their lives but fortunately, the digital age makes it simple and straightforward.