Moving to a new place is exciting because every place has its hidden gems just waiting to be discovered. If you find yourself with some free time now in Worcester, here are a few things you could do.
How to improve/develop your IT skills
At Worcester, I found out that the Computing BSc course is fairly similar to the University of Minnesota-Duluth’s programs (there are two: Computer Science and Computer Information Systems.)
4 Online Educational Resources You Should Already Know About
There are plenty of helpful resources for students and it’s useful to know a bit about some of them. You may know and use them already, but I thought they are worth mentioning.
Grocery Shopping 101
Moving out to live on your own can be difficult to get used to at first. Not only do you have to need to wake yourself up on time, remember to eat and get yourself to your lectures on time, but you also need to remember to go food shopping regularly to prevent starvation.
3 Steps to Cleaning Up Your Act Online
Whether you like it or not, if you use the internet at all, you can be found online. And I bet that it will take me less than 10 minutes to find you.
Essential Free Software for Students
Maybe it’s just because I’m a student, but I’m always on the lookout for free stuff and software is no exception. There are a number of free resources and must-haves for your computer.
What I Discovered at University
Many University students make the choice to move away from home. I opted to move to the residence halls on my home University’s campus. In addition to what you’d expect from living away from home with hundreds of like-minded peers, there were a few discoveries I was surprised to make.
Studying Abroad: Is it worth it?
Way back in October, the New York Times published a sort of cost/benefit analysis series about studying abroad as Americans. As this obviously directly applies to me, I took an interest in it.