Procrastination. Something we all know very well, even if we don’t like to admit it. There is nothing worse than doing it, but like all the stories that start with “When I was your age, I never… “ I am afraid, this is something everybody always does.
Finding the right place to live while at university is hassle enough without weighting in the problems that coming from a foreign country poses. So here’s what I’ve learnt from my experience and the issues I’ve faced.
You’ve just checked your e-mail, mail and UCAS account and surprise, surprise – there’s an invitation for you to attend an interview at the university you’ve applied for!
You know you’re a University of Worcester student if:
It’s 9.15am. I’ve arrived in class (just in time) for the first lecture of the day… and I’m wearing wellies. Thankfully, I am not the only one. A bunch of us already booted, whilst the rest are pulling on spotty, muddy, flowery wellies of their own.
Being in my third and final year of University was always a time I have been dreading the most… not so much because of the 8000 word dissertation, which I will admit does sound intimidating, but the prospect of ‘what next?’.
Assessment periods can be very stressful, but here’s some of my tips to keep your busy student life on the go without having to feel like you want to make an emergency exist!
It’s reaching that time when everyone is starting to feel a little uneasy about the list of assignments fastly approaching. For us last year students, it’s all about the dissertation preparation as well… and for a lot of us, we also have placement to think about!