Christmas lights and eggnog lattes aside, winter brings with it some testing conditions that can send even the most festive of spirits into a bout of winter blues. With all the cold weather, runny noses and the imminence of January exams, now is the perfect time to fix a quick trip away before you really start knuckling down on the revision. We have compiled a list of adventures for those of you who are crying out for a spot of winter sun as well as the christmas market lovers among you with a little more ‘ho-ho-ho’. Without further ado…Share
When you finish uni, you’ll have proved yourself as an expert in your chosen topic, you’ll have furthered your education, and you’ll hopefully have made some lifelong friends along the way. You’ll be walking away with a unique experience under your belt, and you should be ready to head out into the real world and put your education into practice.
Once uni life is officially done and dusted, it’ll be pretty much up to you what you do with yourself, and there are plenty of different things that you can do with your time. Each of these options has its own advantages and disadvantages, but to make it easy for you, we explain them all in one place.Share
You did it! You made it to your final year of university. This is the most challenging year that you’ll face throughout your degree: the work will get harder, the grades will count for more, and the social events will probably calm down (a little bit).
You come to uni to learn about your specialist subject, and you’re this close to becoming an expert in your field. Well played! 👌
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