Every individual considering going to university has at least one question, one concern and a general expectation of university. It is really important that all of your questions and concerns are answered and that you have a realistic expectation of what it will be like at the university.
At university, students are given a reading list full of wonderfully different text books, but to me there are 5 books that you should indulge yourself into if you want to feel a little more cultured and more ahead of the rest:
You’ve gotten accepted into University…check! You’ve moved into halls and made tons of new friends…check! You’ve started your course and things aren’t what they seem….erugh.
Third-year modules are over, provisional grades are in, people are leaving, and the moment we have all dreaded for so long is finally here….. Our University careers are coming to an end.
First of all, let me apologise for the length of the title, but there was no other way around it than just to put all of that within. Second of all, lets get down to what this post is really about…
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.