You braved it through A-Levels and successfully made it out the other side. With great results you reached the requirements for your much-anticipated university offers.
University is a brilliant place to try loads of new things and culture the things you already enjoy.
Results days have passed, the primary and secondary schools have all returned, the summer is over and that means only one thing… It’s almost time for the start of the University term.
So you’ve got your place. The days of constantly checking UCAS are over. You’ve now found yourself in that month between Results Day and starting university not sure what to do with yourself.
A month later and I think I’ve only just started to readjust to the British time after my study-exchange in Australia! At the airport, my family were in tears, the same as when I left.
When it came to moving into halls, I was quite honestly, pretty terrified. I knew I would be fine, but nothing can really prepare you for the big step of moving away from home.
The sixth form college I went to has consistently been considered one of the best colleges in the country, indeed this year they were ranked by the department of education as the second best in the country. When I was there, over a decade ago, out of a class size of approximately 15 students, I […]
So it’s now August, and soon a lot of you will be finding out where you are going to university. Some of you are looking for graduate jobs, placements, internships, taking a gap year or studying abroad.
On the 17th of August the A-level results will be released and for the thousands of students, it will be the day that signifies the beginning of a new chapter in their lives.
If you have been following my blogs, then you will know that I am currently on placement as a Junior Graphic Designer for Johnson and Johnson. I have really enjoyed the first few weeks as the company has supported me and given me a lot of responsibility.