It can seem like the majority of people cruise through University without the slightest stumble or low moment – but you’d be surprised at how many students hit a wall in their studies, and contemplate giving up.
I can’t quite believe that my University experience is drawing to a close – time has flown by!
When I submitted my UCAS Application Form, I could never have anticipated all of the fantastic opportunities the University has provided me with.
My parents were always of the understanding that in order to be a Primary School Teacher, I would need to train at a University.
As a homegrown Worcester girl, I struggle to find a restaurant I have not yet eaten in, so here are some of my favourites for students on a budget!
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.
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.
- The University’s library, The Hive, is shared with the public making it Europe’s first ever joint university/public library. It is an award winning building, which looks just as magnificent inside as it does from the outside.
Imagine choosing your dream job at the tender age of 6 and being told by anyone and everyone that you will eventually change your mind, yet starting University pursuing that same dream job, and having one year left until you are finally living your dream. Overwhelming right?