One of the most daunting things about moving to the university, is not knowing what your accommodation will be like.
Living away from home is part of the university experience, but how do you know which accommodation is going to suit you?
Living in halls is an experience, and that’s the only way I can describe it. For the first couple of months I was overwhelmed by my new found independence and I was enjoying living my life with what felt like no boundaries or any cares in the world.
September is only round the corner and some of you may be worried about starting university. Here are some of our frequently asked questions to do with registration and accommodation.
I often get asked by mature students ‘What is it like living in university accommodation?’ I find this question really hard to answer as I never lived on campus, but rented a house privately whilst I was at university.
There are always a few things that seem obvious, but people tend to forget when moving into a uni room. Here’s a quick checklist of things that I think you might forget if you’re moving in for the first time!
As you probably know, I was a Worcester student. So this post is more like a reflection of my time here, what I made the most of and what I could have done more or better.
Here is my little list of things that one must do during their time at the University of Worcester.
For many students, going to University isn’t just about starting a new chapter and embarking on a new course.. it’s also about moving away from home.