‘Freshers Week is an opportunity to get to know the university, socialise and join fantastic societies’!
I’m sure many of you have heard this line before, or perhaps have seen the over enthusiastic staff at the university beckoning you to join their societies. For some first year students, this may be exactly what you were waiting to experience, for others it is a daunting experience. Continue reading
You’ve got the grades, you sent your UCAS, you’ve unpacked your things; so now what?
Read on to find my top tips on how to survive starting uni.
One of the main things that comes with moving away to university is budgeting. Sadly, it isn’t a myth as it is all part and parcel of student life.
One of the most hyped and memorable weeks of university life is undoubtedly Freshers Week. For anyone reading who doesn’t understand the concept, Freshers Week is the first week of university where students move into their accommodation, sort out all the administrative stuff ahead of lectures, attend Freshers Fayre but most importantly make new friends, which will likely result in a lot of clubbing and drinking.
No one can tell you the best way to enjoy freshers. But, to be honest, met with a myriad of people wanting nothing more than to make new friends and have a good time it’s hard not to have fun. Continue reading