Networking. University is a great place to network, meeting students accross the UK and the globe. That’s great, but you need a tool to make you stick out and grants you the chance of connecting high up recruiters to get that desired job.
Being an English Language student at Worcester University, there are some of the things I observed that my peers and I do.
Three essential books for English Language students
A bit of a course-specific blog, this one!
The title is pretty self-explanatory…
It’s about books that will be advantageous to fellow English Language Studies students.
Feel free to join the Christian Union!
Firstly, our society is for all walks of life and beliefs. Atheist, agnostic and of course Christian/Catholics are all welcomed.
Plan your meals, forget the deals
We’ve all been there, you go to a supermarket, buy the essentials, then you suddenly get more and more items and think ‘Ooh, I’ll make that for dinner another day’. Sometimes you do make that dinner, but sometimes you forget about it and sometimes it becomes out of date.
Why The University of Worcester was a good choice
I’m forever glad I chose Worcester and I have no regrets.
Throughout my time here, I have met some really phenomenal people. Both inside and outside of the university, you make friends here so easily.
ABCs of First Years.
A – A completely different place.
B – Beneficial.
At times you may not think it, but your degree helps in the long-run.
Community life outside Uni
Making the most out of the Worcester community.
As much as I love student life within the university, I love to go outside and do stuff within the Worcester community.