Completing university is undoubtedly my biggest life achievement so far. Now my university experience is over (for the time being) I’ve been reflecting on my three years at Worcester and I realised that university has taught me a lot.
Lucy is a 3rd year Primary Education student from Worcester, graduating this autumn. She has secured a graduate job as a primary school teacher, which will be starting in September. She loves horse riding and anything […]
Hello, I’m Sophie and this is my first blog for the Worcester Student Life so I thought I would start by giving you all a little introduction to me and my life.
Those who know me will be aware of the huge additional opportunities advocator I am. I find it very difficult to say no when a chance to meet new people and enhance my employability is sent my way, and I like to think that I am getting my full money’s worth by grabbing every opportunity with two hands.
For most, presentations are a requirement of the course you are studying so there is absolutely no way of avoiding them. I used to find the idea of getting up in front of a group of peers and delivering a short talk extremely daunting, and despite the presentations on my course being pass or fail, I would still get extremely nervous.