Hi, I’m Meera and here’s my advice on student saving. One of the many challenges students have when starting university is managing their money but with the help of these tips, you can keep track of not just your spending, but also your savings.
Worcester, for those who have moved from much larger cities, may seem like a small town, and, for those who have moved from a small village, it may appear as a much larger and daunting place.
Everyone loves a bargain, especially students who are on a budget. Luckily, student deals are nearly everywhere, which, for those like me (who love saving money), makes a huge difference to the final total.
Every course has a reading list that is available before the course starts. You can either find your reading lists on your Sole page or on BlackBoard, in the individual module sections.
Coming to university is a step towards a new way of living, being more independent, taking care of yourself and last but not least doing the laundry and the cooking on your own.
So, you’ve moved into halls or your uni house and you’ve made new friends but you’re new to the area so you don’t know what to do. There are lots of things you can do in Worcester with your new uni friends! Here are a few things you can do whilst you’re here.
Moving to university is the first time most of us have lived away from our parents. Although it’s an exciting time, it also means we have to take a lot of responsibilities.