Applying for university is a huge step in your life. It is a step that shapes your future path. Now I look back and smile about being in ‘applying for university situation’ 3 years ago, but back then, I was anxious because I had no idea what and where I wanted to study, and what to become after finishing my degree.
Moving away from home will not only influence you, but also one of the most important people in your life- your family. There is a certain price you have to pay when you choose to study abroad, however, it is always manageable.
Excitement, happiness, satisfaction, joy are just a few words that can describe the feeling you get when you find out you were accepted into the university you wanted to study at.
As some of you know, I’ve spent the last couple of months on an Erasmus exchange, in Barcelona.
Hi everyone and happy Worcester Week! While many of you may be relaxing after a tough exams’ week and some may be making the most of the workshops and events in the Worcester Week, I […]
Christmas break is here finally and I’m…well, not here. I’m back home to lovely Romania, spending my first week between doctors’ appointments (mom’s order) and catching up with family and friends. But don’t go thinking that’s everything I’ll be doing…not even close.
Even if it is exciting, change is not always easy to cope with. That is why the first weeks at university can be terrifying, especially if you are an international student who just arrived in a new country. During my transition from Romania to the UK, I encountered 5 challenges of studying abroad.