Hi everyone, my name is Lotta, and I am a second year Biomedical Science student at the University of Worcester. I came to Worcester from Finland in 2019 and based on my experiences, I want […]
Moving away from home for the first time can be an overwhelming experience regardless of where you come from. I’m originally from the Czech Republic, which is situated in central Europe and is a rather small […]
As our University welcomes students from 87 different nationalities, it is easy to make friends from all around the world and get a better understanding of different cultures. I enjoy tasting different cuisines and learning […]
On the 17th of June, I had my last exam and along with the last goodbyes, my Erasmus experience finished. We’ve received the final results, so now we can finally start enjoying the long-awaited summer (especially since in Leuven, Belgium, I haven’t seen proper sun in almost 5 month…similar to England, I think).
It doesn’t matter whether it’s just for a semester, one year, or the whole degree, living abroad will definitely and inevitably change you.
1. The University’s library, The Hive, is shared with the public. This makes it Europe’s first ever joint university/public library.
Being an international student is not easy. It’s very fun, however. True, it might seem scary at first to take all your things and just leave home, but everything that follows transforms you.
Having international students at the university is such a blessing, as you can make friends from different countries, learn various languages and cultures, and network internationally in the future.