Hi guys. So, I am back writing blog posts and I have officially finished Uni! It was hard work towards the end, but so worth it, as I have now graduated with a 2:1 – bring on November for the graduation ceremony in the wonderful Worcester cathedral!
English Literature and Creative and Professional Writing student Charlotte writes about moving away from home.
You can have so much fun at University and sometimes it can be easy to forget that you are actually there to get a degree! But, as getting an education is the main reason for being here, it is important to make sure that you are organised, as there are now lots of aspects of your life that you need to balance; learning, essays, part-time jobs, food shopping etc. Here are some tips to make sure you are fully organised at Uni!
Coming to University is a massive life-changing decision, so like anything in life, finding the perfect one for you is key! I’m Charlotte and this blog post is about the things you should consider when choosing your university.
So you’ve sent off your CV or your application, and the company has offered you an interview. You want that job right? You’re half way there!
The University of Worcester has a fantastic Careers and Employability Service, which is open to all current students as well as those who have graduated within the last three years! It offers several different types of advice and help that can be really useful to take advantage of during and after your time at the University of Worcester.
The idea of moving away from home and studying in an entirely new environment can feel daunting and incredibly scary.
Social outings to bars and clubs can often be considered a big part of student life, but if you’ve never been before then it’s nice to get a good idea of what it will be like!