Whether you’re preparing to start your degree or you’re settled at university, everyone can benefit from becoming more organised, control your time, stress and money while you overcome the university challenges.
I am normally a very happy energetic person, but one thing that really makes me sad is that I am no longer part of a sports society, having finished university.
Every individual considering going to university has at least one question, one concern and a general expectation of university. It is really important that all of your questions and concerns are answered and that you have a realistic expectation of what it will be like at the university.
At first school, we all had great ideas about what we want to be when we grew up such as “mommy, I want to be an astronaut” or “daddy, I want to become a princess”.
Choosing a course can be quite difficult, especially as there are so many options to choose from nowadays. My advice for you is to study something you love!
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.
Whilst at university, I joined the University of Worcester Netball Society and really loved being part of it. I highly recommend that anyone who goes to university joins a sport or society!
One of the reasons I chose Worcester as a place to live and study was because it has everything you could want from a city including shops, restaurants, bars, nightclubs and lots of things to do.