Sunday, 18 January 2015

Guess who's back

... back again. (Sorry, not really an Eminem fan.)

First of all: Happy New Year!

I hope you all had a lovely Christmas, that your New Year's Resolutions have worked out for you so far, and if you're applying to uni this year: Good luck! You're gonna make it!

I haven't poster over the Christmas break, I was back home, I didn't do all that much uni related stuff (except for finishing my essays, but oh well, they're only ever so exciting).

From the looks of it, though, this term isn't going to change all that much from that. I guess the rumour that the first term is only ever to settle in, and the second is when uni really begins is true after all.
I mean, last term I had a plan, almost a schedule I was posting after, but I don't think I will be as well-organised this time.

Because it won't just be my first year of University I'll be finishing, I will also have to be on the look out for modules, a flat and internships I can do next term. (Although "flat" might be a bit ambitious - this is London after all.)
I like to believe I have a pretty good idea what I'm doing, but let's face it, the unknown always makes the bygone troubles look a lot more appealing: Why not do finals again? Or plan my move? I mean, it worked out in the end, didn't it?

But then again, I guess 2015 will as well. It always has somehow, after all.

"Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards." --- Søren Kierkegaard

1 comment:

  1. Hey :) I found your blog through the UCAS website, and it stood out to me because I will also be a non-UK student (with any luck, this autumn!). I have lived in England before (as a matter of fact I was an exchange student in London for 10 months), but nevertheless university will be a whole new experience so I think I can relate to your blog.
    Well, hope to read more from you soon! One thing I'd like you to write about is the whole accommodation process, as obviously being non-UK applicants we don't really get the chance to go to open days and see it personally. So really, how did you work out the best place for you to go, what were the deadlines, etc etc

    Betty, from Italy