If you are a future student that doesn’t know much about the available facilities, didn’t get a chance to visit them on open days and would like to know a bit more, or are a current student who’s fearful of the unknown, then this blog post is for you.
On the 17th of June, I had my last exam and along with the last goodbyes, my Erasmus experience finished. We’ve received the final results, so now we can finally start enjoying the long-awaited summer (especially since in Leuven, Belgium, I haven’t seen proper sun in almost 5 month…similar to England, I think).
Uni is a big place, and it can seem even more daunting. But don’t panic – you’re not alone! Going to uni does mean you have to be more independent, but being independent doesn’t mean you’re on your own.
Hello everyone, I presume you are also reading this article while trying not to be…yet already procrastinating, am I right?
Essays to write, exams to prepare for, practicals to rehearse for and if you’re a third-year student who read the procrastination article, you’re still buried in dissertation writing. GET IT DONE!!!
For most, presentations are a requirement of the course you are studying so there is absolutely no way of avoiding them. I used to find the idea of getting up in front of a group of peers and delivering a short talk extremely daunting, and despite the presentations on my course being pass or fail, I would still get extremely nervous.
I’m sure I’m not alone in saying that the season break seemed a long time ago, and I’m sure you would love to recharge your batteries once again. Well thankfully, Worcester Week is only a few days away, here are my top tips for making the most out of those days.