My degree is finished! After three years of studying, stressing over the assessments, and doing 100 things at the same time, I finally finished. I must admit, it did not feel very exciting to me at first…
I am in my final semester of the Bachelor of Business degree, and throughout my studies, I’ve ticked many things off my uni ‘bucket list’.
- Did I have a great time at uni? Yes.
- Did I find my passion and make a lot of friends? Yes.
- Do I regret not going on exchange? YES, I do!
Today I want to share with you why I regret not going on exchange and why you should start planning to go the day you start your first semester at uni.
Since childhood, I never knew what I was going to do when I grew up. Even at high school, I didn’t know what I was going to do with my life. Now I am at uni, and guess what, I still change my career goals every month. Am I indecisive?…Or…
A week ago I went to a KickSTART opening session and saw at least 200 new students in one lecture room. Some of them were more nervous than others, but all of them were proud to be starting their journey at university.
Monday was the first day of Orientation (O Week), and there were so many new students going around. I had the privilege of meeting many of them at the Welcome Tent at Gardens Point campus, and could not be more excited to share what happened!
I want to take you through my journey from Year 12 to my second year at university. I hope by sharing my experience I will help others realise university isn’t as scary as it may seem.
In Year 12, I found it frustrating being constantly asked about my future and what I wanted to become. Unlike now, I didn’t even know which direction to take when choosing a degree (I knew I wanted to go to uni, though).
Does a visual board of wishes really work? Well, to answer this question I would like to share my board from last Christmas:
Now let me give you three reasons to make one of those boards yourself.
Can you look at these photos and tell me what is wrong with them?
If you are finishing grade 12 you are probably thinking about what you are going to do
My choice to study Public Relations (PR) has a quite nonchalant, and at the same time, very serious story behind it. Just a few days before QTAC, I wrote down degree options on four pieces of paper and pulled one up.
We all know what the final year of school does – we are absolutely over assignments, and so was I! I took a gap year because I was not ready to live out of the home with no real experience. The school was a big struggle for me when I came to Australia in the middle of grade 11 and was trying to figure out the new school system and, of course, the Australian accent.
A few weeks ago, I did an exam with
music playing in the background for the first time… Hopefully, it was not the last time for me.