I’m sure we’ve all had the importance of being a ‘well rounded individual’ drilled into us since secondary school but since coming to University I’ve realised that this is so true. You’ll find it really […]
Moving to University can be totally overwhelming in its own right! Once you add in other pressures like keeping on top of your reading and assignments whilst looking for part-time work, joining a society may seem like an unrealistic option for you.
Joining a society or a club should be high on your list of things to do when you arrive at Worcester. It gives you a chance to meet like-minded people and feel involved in the University.
As well as studying hard for your degree, having a social life is a very important part of University life and over my three years of being a student, I can definitely vouch for that.
1. The University’s library, The Hive, is shared with the public. This makes it Europe’s first ever joint university/public library.
Firstly, our society is for all walks of life and beliefs. Atheist, agnostic and of course Christian/Catholics are all welcomed.