Your third year at university is crucial to your degree. With your dissertation to write plus all the usual modules (plus preparing yourself to leave uni!), everything can get quite hectic. However, it’s still important to enjoy yourself and make the most out of the opportunities given to you at university.
So you’re at sixth form and you’re applying for uni and you’re excited and everything is going swimmingly – you can almost taste the freedom! And then you fall in love. What happens next?
When I started university after taking a year out loads of my friends had been telling me about university life and what it would be like when I went. A mistake that people make is […]
Whether you’re preparing to start your degree or you’re settled at university, everyone can benefit from becoming more organised, control your time, stress and money while you overcome the university challenges.
English Literature and Creative and Professional Writing student Charlotte writes about moving away from home.
Nothing compares to the heartache and anxious waiting for that “brown envelope” at college or sixth form. University is the most popular choice in defining your career and discovering those jigsaw pieces to YOUR future.
Reflecting on three years at Worcester, it’s the best decision of my life so far.
It’s that inevitable time of year, where lecturers finally publish results from your assignments submitted a few weeks ago. With hope your thinking too much into the scenario, predicting module grades or degree classifications, but […]
My first year was undoubtedly exhausting especially travelling to Worcester from Gloucester. It is indeed only an hour journey to Foregate , but considering 6am alarms plus porridge bowls in mum’s car, this results in one tired student for the morning lecture. Not forgetting the journey back home, commuting four times a week equals 8 hours travelling.