The festive period is my absolute favourite time of year. Pretty lights, great food, upbeat songs – I love it all! But I’m well aware the build-up to Christmas can be difficult. When you’re in new surroundings, without your loved ones and usual traditions. Celebrating Christmas on campus with your friends is a great way to make the most of the season, but how can you start feeling festive? Here are a few of my favourite ways to get into the Christmas spirit at university.
Believe it or not, there comes a time in the year where you’re not bogged down with assignment work or revision and you take yourself home after lectures to find yourself sitting around wondering what to do with yourself.
Hi there! I’m Kelly and I’m excited to tell you I’m going to be a new Student Blogger! I’d like to tell you a little bit about myself and if you enjoy similar things or […]
Finding the right place to live while at university is hassle enough without weighting in the problems that coming from a foreign country poses. So here’s what I’ve learnt from my experience and the issues I’ve faced.
As a person I am prone to worrying, I worry about worry lines… I do it that much. So it’s understandable that I had a few concerns when at 18, I decided to move 124 miles away from home to go to University in Worcester.
It is not difficult to be happy at University. Seriously, it’s not. But, you know, the world’s not all sunshine and rainbows, and occasionally times get tough at University just like they do everywhere else.
In the months after welcome week has closed its doors, students often find themselves wondering what they are supposed to do next. So here are 5 things to keep your eyes out for over the next couple of months.
One of my biggest fears before I went to university was the fact that I was going to be forced outside of my comfort zone into meeting new people in a completely alien environment.