Journalism BA (Hons) student, Tom, talks us through some must-know information for a first year journalism student: 1. Everyone is just as anxious as you When I arrived for my journalism degree, I was nervous. […]
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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?’.