What makes you different than your peers? Do you want to gain additional experience in addition to your academics? Do you want to have fun?
If you have answers to all the above three questions read further else, read the article anyway! University is an amazing place to be where you can do new things without having to worry about how ‘uncool’ you might look or how costly it would be to take try a new activity. There are countless clubs and activities that you can be a part of. Click the link http://bit.ly/29idccq that can navigate you to your specific requirement of ‘Life at Lancaster’.
Joining clubs and societies is also a way of meeting new people with diverse interests. I have had many special moments after joining the clubs and societies but there is one such event that was the best. I had the opportunity to take part in the Dragon Boat Race and represent at the University at Liverpool. We won the third place. This was an amazing experience as I had never rowed before and most of my team mates did not have prior experience as well! You could meet your next best friend at one of these socials. What are you waiting for? Go and have that fun!
Are you ready for one of the most interesting, challenging, breathtaking, emotional, inspiring years in your life? Seriously, it’s just about a couple of months to start!
Hi everyone, my name is Dmitrii, I am a postgraduate student and I study MSc Management Science and Marketing Analytics. Will be happy to share some experience with you through this blog!
I remember myself last September arriving at Lancaster – I could not even imagine how much it will change my life and what an invaluable experience it will be. Full of ambitions and desire to study, I dived into various opportunities provided by Uni – career workshops, extracurricular activities, business challenges, academic excellence, sportive events, etc. I did not hesitate for a second when it was about to decide whether to accept or decline a new offer – like in a famous movie with Jim Carrey my answer was always ‘yes!’.
Eventually all activities that I took part in gave me valuable skills, which I added on my CV and LinkedIn profile. It all comes with practice, right? At Lancaster you can gain experience of all kinds. For instance, I have been teaching other students my mother tongue in Lancaster University Culture Society for two terms. It not only helped me make new friends from different countries, but also boosted my presentation skills and self-confidence when performing in front of the audience.
There are more than 200 student societies in Uni, why not to join some of them or even create a new one? Be ready that your first so called ‘freshers week’ in Uni will be full of different events, news, buzz and hustle – there will so many things happening simultaneously! Let it go and enjoy your time at Lancaster – your new home for the next year.
By the way, what are you expectations from Lancaster University? Come on, share your thoughts, let’s have a chat 🙂