And remember, you’re at university. Take advantage! Talk to your tutors, use the library, join a study group, etc. Just don’t put off your work and don’t rush – it’s all going to be okay.
The library is a great place to find books. Obviously.
Pretty much all the books on the reading list are in the library, meaning that while you’re there, you may as well pick one or two up. You can keep them for 2 weeks and that should be enough time for anyone to get round to actually opening it.
Now it’s time to figure out what you actually want to eat, whether you need some juicy carbs to give you that pure energy, or something sweet to pick you up, or a salad to feel like you’ve conquered life.
It’s now been over a month that I have been in lovely España. Despite a few challenges, I’m so happy to say that I have settled in well and loving my new home. Here are a few of the things that I have experienced so far on my Erasmus year. Chances to see different places…
Manchester also just felt new when I first saw it, it felt exciting as if this was only the beginning. I was right, because it just kept getting better.
Being a Fashion Promotion student, it is probably stating the obvious when I say that I like going shopping and buy new clothes. So, I thought that today I would write a bit about my favourite shops in Manchester
Find out how current student, Hannah prepared for her year studying abroad.