Hi, I’m Nikkii, I study Sports Coaching at Worcester and here’s my view on moving to university. As a student at the University of Worcester, I can say I’ve experienced the best of both worlds now – living at home and in halls.
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.
Few weeks into starting uni and strange things started happening to me – I began noticing large creases all over my clothes, which didn’t smell as good when taken out of the washing machine as in past, and I often found myself more exhausted than ever at the end of the day, right after putting that last freshly-clean plate into the tray.
This academic year has come to an end and there are a lot of responsibilities to take care of and things that need to be sorted out.
Education Studies student, Holly, writes about why moving away to university was the best decision she has made.
Now that I have been at home for the past few months and will be returning to University next week. It feels so strange! I remember missing those late nights, every day in Peirson days, broken sleep, random meals that are improvised out of whatever is remaining in your fridge and cupboards … Wait no, I still have two more years of that to go, so that sentiment passed quickly!