What’s Law School like? Well Law LLB (Hons) student, Olivia, can tell you what to expect: Hello! Olivia here, a second year Law LLB student, and I’m going to share 10 things that I have […]
Did you ever think you would be putting yourselves in the shoes of someone who is a graduate? I did not think this day would come. As Worcester Graduates we have the awesome excitement of […]
Being organised, attending classes, writing assignments and spending hours in library doing research can be hard, but not as hard as getting back to all this after those long summer months.
Don’t waste a second 1. Get really good at playing an instrument Experts say it takes 10,000 hours to become an expert at anything. You may not have 10,000 hours this summer, but if you […]
As I’m sure you’re well aware, starting university is a huge step. I remember when I was doing my A-Levels, I was receiving advice and tips from so many people I didn’t know what to think. Therefore, in order to help out others thinking of going to university, or those already at university who are struggling, I have gathered some advice from current students on life at university in your first year.
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.
So that time of the year has crept up once again and, unfortunately the gluttonous indulgence of the season break seems like light-years ago. The once breaming tins of chocolates are now hollow shells, home only to a few unloved chocolates.
Student finance is essentially money provided by the government to help students to be able to afford to study at university. It covers the upfront costs of course fees and provides money to help students with living costs whilst they are studying.