Worried about settling into accommodation? Joe is here to talk to you about the best way to get to know your new flatmates and finding your feet
As a new student, it can feel daunting leaving school, college or work to start a new adventure at uni. The thought of moving away, meeting new people and starting a new course can be stressful. The problem is many people simply don’t know what to expect from their first week. Here are my experiences of Welcome Week, as well as a few tips to make the most of your first term.
Your first year of university can be scary, exciting and maybe even a little bit strange. Leaving home to come to uni can be a huge step compared to things you’ve done before. Becoming independent can also be challenging, especially when you’re learning to do things you’ve never had to do before! However, there are a few things I did before coming to Worcester which helped me get prepared. Here are my top tips to make your first year your best year yet.
So, you’ve moved away from home, ready to enter the big, exciting world that is university. Although you’re probably extremely excited to be here, I imagine you’re also quite apprehensive about all the new people you’re meeting and all the new environments you’ve got to get used to.
‘I’m bricking it, but this place seems like good fun’ I wrote this sentence in my first week of university. I was 18 and only just starting my university experience. Thinking about my experience, it’s […]
Stress, uncertainty, all new, fear, excitement, stepping out of your comfort zone, all these and many more may snap through your mind when you are about to come at the University for the first time. There are, […]
I wasn’t ready to start university in September. I was overthinking just about every single aspect of university life and even before I’d started here I was emailing the head of my course and asking questions.
I never felt completely ready to go to university. There was always something more to do, another pair of jeans to pack, another fear that would make its way into my head and make me doubt my decision or another person I had to leave behind.