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Going from A-levels to a university degree can be a challenging experience. Not only are you dealing with an entirely new set of people, but your schedule and workload is totally different too.
Moving to university will be the first big move you make all on your own, so you’ll need a bit of help along the way. That's why we've put together a checklist so that it goes as smoothly as possible.
Trying to figure out what types of student accommodation are on offer? Whether you’re a first-year looking for some advice or you’re a seasoned student looking for a change of scenery, there are several options open to you.
There’s nothing quite like seeing the world, and as a student with lengthy summer breaks you’re perfectly placed to make the most of life-changing travel experiences. As well as the relaxation and excitement an extended holiday can offer, it’s a great way to improve yourself as a person and learn useful new skills.
Reimage. Recreate. Restore.
The theme of World Environment Day 2021 is “Ecosystem Restoration,” and the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration will be launched. Growing trees, greening cities, rewilding gardens, changing diets, and cleaning up rivers and coasts are all examples of ecosystem restoration. This is the generation that can improve our harmonious living with nature.
When it comes to making the most of what London has to offer, Zone 1’s Therese House in Islington is the perfect base.
London is recognised all over the world for its universities, history and culture, but it’s also worth knowing that many of the longstanding locals have a special way of speaking known as Cockney slang.
Location Bramall Court is located on Alderson Road, just outside the city centre, which means you can easily get into the beating heart of Sheffield with its amazing bars, pubs and other attractions.
Once famed for steel, Sheffield is now best known for its thriving music scene, buzzing nightlife and beautiful scenery.
The past year has been extremely challenging for all of us, and whilst we’re trying to adapt to the new way of life, it’s understandable to feel a little uncertain.