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    ‘Try new things’: what students wish they’d known before university

    Choosing what and where you want to spend the next three to four years studying is a huge decision – and with so much conflicting advice it can feel overwhelming. We asked six different students to tell you what really matters.

    Be prepared

    “Look back at how much you’ve changed from the start of secondary school to the end. You’re going to go through a similar development in university so make sure you do your research and pick the right fit for you.”
    Shezore Adil, BSc Medicine, University College London

    Be confident

    “You don’t need to know everything about the subject you’re studying. Everyone is in the same boat as you and has probably never been to uni before. You learn more and more as you start your course and lectures.”
    Imogen Cooper, BA history and English, University of Greenwich

    Be open-minded

    “See what’s out there and try new things. It takes time to get settled so don’t worry if you don’t feel comfortable immediately. Ultimately, your experience will be unique to you.”
    Tom Putnam, BA history, Leeds Beckett University

    Be international

    “Doing a placement abroad is so valuable. I would urge every student to do a degree with that option.”
    Morgan McArthur, BA modern languages, University of Sheffield

    Be focused

    “University is ideally about studying a subject you’re interested enough in to dedicate decades of your life to it. That doesn’t mean you won’t be going out much or won’t make any friends, but don’t judge the success of your university experience on that alone.”
    Luna Doric, BA events management, University of Greenwich

    Be yourself

    “Don’t worry if you’re not a massive drinker or a huge party-goer. That’s not the only way to make friends. Join societies or sports that you like. A common interest helps with starting conversations with people.”

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