Starting University - The Charlie Waller Guide
Moving to university is a huge step and one you may have been planning for a long time.
Whether you are going to the university you planned or finding your way after clearing, there is much to think about.It's a very exciting time and so that you get the best out of the experience over the next three or more years, it's vitally important to look after your physical and mental health. New experiences can be very tiring, and you will have many – new home, new town, new friends, new course – while they can be fun they can be very draining, so it’s important to know how to look after your wellbeing and this includes your mental health.
Follow the link to access content on a whole range of tips and advice...
What you can find support on:
- The university experience
- Getting away from home
- Meeting new people
- Finding your way around a new town
- Living independently
- Living with new people
- Starting a new course
- Social life & friendships
- Joining clubs and societies
- Social life and friendships
- Mental health and wellbeing
- Leaving your problems behind you
- Being the real you
- Making mistakes
- Missing people
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