So you’ve packed your life into boxes and are finally moving in to your brand new university home. We hope you’re prepared to meet a number of *cough* interesting characters while you’re at it. Your first week of university is likely to be a rollercoaster and we guarantee you’re going to meet a whole mixture of new people from all walks of life. You’re going to be spending a lot of time with them and some may well become friends for life, so it’s important to try to get off to a positive start. Here are our ten tips on ways you can get to know your new flatmates, whoever they turn out to be.Share
University is your chance to fly the nest, gain a bit of independence, and take control of your own learning. Where you go is pretty much up to you, with more than 100 unis to choose from in the UK. There is plenty of choice when it comes to choosing the city or town that you’ll call home while you study, and it’s all about finding the right place for you.
Southampton is one student city that comes up time and time again as one of the best places for bright minds to live and study. Each year, thousands of new student residents move in and get to experience everything that this city has to offer, which is why we’ve written this article to highlight the best bits of studying here.Share
It’s a proud day for any parent when their child receives their A-Level results and finds out that they have secured a place on their dream course at university. Your child’s degree is the stepping stone to their future, their gateway to permanent employment, and, most importantly, a life-affirming experience that any hard-working young adult has a right to.Share