I can’t believe it has already been around a month since I arrived here, to Leuven in Belgium for an Erasmus Exchange Programme. So let’s just have a while to summarize and stress what are the first reflections of living in or even just visiting Belgium.
I love Worcester’s City Centre. It is small enough to get around from start to finish in a few hours, but has numerous shops dotted around so there is something for everyone.
Everyone loves a bargain, especially students who are on a budget. Luckily, student deals are nearly everywhere, which, for those like me (who love saving money), makes a huge difference to the final total.
The journey of getting to University is made up of different stages: attending open days, choosing the University you wish to study at, completing an application form, and for some courses – being interviewed.
So far, the only way I can describe my time at University is like an adventure that just keeps getting better.
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!
So the hard work is done. You’ve spent what feels like forever writing your personal statement, you’ve got your reference and now it all rests on the shoulders of your chosen universities.
Our Foundation student Gemma has had a great student journey and she is sharing it with us below: