Now the excitement and the bubble of Fresher’s Week has finally burst for most of us, and the 9am lectures commence along with the a severe case of fresher’s flu that just will not budge – some freshers may start to feel slightly deflated, sad and longing for home.
Most people will be making their first trip to uni soon, or travelling back for another long year of hard work and exams, ready for the main event of the year, Fresher’s Week!
So, it’s that time of year again - stressful whether you are in your first year or final year, whether you feel prepared or unprepared. Now we're nearing the end of exam season, the summer break is calling and concentraction levels may be waivering. Follow the 5 points below to help you make it through those last few weeks...
Now, we students aren’t the only guilty ones. People of all ages seem to have this stereotypical idea that buying and cooking fresh food is more expensive than loading up on fast food and ready meals – when actually, they couldn’t be more wrong!
Obviously the main purpose of going to university is to learn, and gain that all important degree. Having said that, one of the main phrases you hear about university is the fact that it's a 'life experience'... but what does that actually mean? Asides from all the academic stuff - what do you learn?