Hannah-Marie, a third-year student doing a joint degree in Psychology BSc (Hons) and Education Studies BA (Hons) at Worcester shares some of her favourite things that she’s learnt so far. Modules on courses can be […]
Psychology Graduate Jo Adams Talks to us about how positivity can change your life: “Positive mind; positive vibes; positive life!” I found this quote during my first year of University and it has stuck with […]
When thinking about my time at University, I want to make the absolute most of the experience. For me, first year was a learning curve and there were times that were definitely less successful than others.
I always strive to better myself both academically and personally, so as a result I thought I would comprise a ‘bucket list’ of things that I want to improve, achieve or experience this year.
As the halls of residence begin to clear, it’s beginning to sink in that the first year of my Psychology degree is complete. I may be waiting for a few assessment results, but overall I […]
When I tell people I studied Psychology, their first response is generally “so can you tell what I’m thinking?”. Psychology does not mean I’m a mind reader, it does not mean that I can tell what you’re like just by looking at you, and it does not mean that I’m studying every person that I walk past!
The world is made up of 7 billion people with the power to make or break society, therefore, the most important topic area you could ever study is these people.
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.
When I moved to Worcester I was unaware that it was in the Midlands. I was also unaware that the Midlands meant ‘middle of the land’ and, therefore, there would be no seaside which I am so used to at home.