Worried about settling into accommodation? Joe is here to talk to you about the best way to get to know your new flatmates and finding your feet
Excitement, happiness, satisfaction, joy are just a few words that can describe the feeling you get when you find out you were accepted into the university you wanted to study at.
Everyone can remember a time when popularity was a big deal. If you didn’t experience it at school, it’s more than likely that you will have seen it in a film or two.
The Freshers’ Week is here and there are lots of tantalising temptations just waiting to create a big hole in your wallet. While you might think that the more you spend, the more you’ll get out of it, hold fire!
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.
After the initial excitement of getting a place at a uni, it will soon hit you. As your move-in day approaches, that initial excitement can often be replaced by apprehension. All your planning has come down to the day you move out into halls or a house.