When you’re applying to university, there is a lot of pressure for you to make the ‘right’ decision. It’s important to ask as many questions as you can to make sure you are making the most informed choice you can.
Social media is often used to record what happens throughout life. Through tweets and Facebook posts, a story can be told and what better way to tell the tale of my time at university.
You may have heard of them, you may have been to one, but do you really know what they are for? Open days are a good opportunity to take a look around a university, ask questions and meet tutors.
Submitting your first assignment is a big deal and can be a lot different to what you’re used to. So here’s an insight on what to expect with some of the thoughts I had when I submitted my first assignment.
Dear my 18-year-old-self,
I can imagine you now, sitting in your room worrying about the next few months of your life. You will have to make a decision about whether you want to go to University or not.
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.
You learn a lot from going to university. Some people learn how to cook, clean, make friends, get up early and study, but for me I learnt a few lessons for life. So, here at the 4 lessons I learnt at University.
By now you’ve (hopefully) arrived on campus, found your accommodation, moved in and you’re ready to get your first week of university started. But exactly what is there to do? Well, here’s your guide to Welcome Week.