Success is defined differently for every person. However, most would agree that if you want to be successful than traveling frequently helps. Why? Because travel exposes you to other cultures and helps you understand people better.
Remember turning 18? Feels like yesterday, doesn’t it? But you’re still young and haven’t graduated college, so technically you’re not a proper grown up yet
When you attend university lectures or study alone do you use a laptop to take notes? There is significant evidence that students should use a pen and paper instead. Do you agree? This lesson will improve your English skills.
Whether you’ve just started the university semester, or you’re already a month or two into it, it’s always a good idea to pinpoint the best and the worst habits you’ve developed.
Good study habits in college include several different skills: time management, self– discipline, concentration, memorization and organization. However, motivation is by far the most important criteria for any student’s success.
Almost every college student experiences the effects of college drinking. About half of college students who drink, also consume alcohol through binge drinking. The problem of binge drinking, especially among college students is a serious one.
When you graduate college, you’re entering a new job market, unlike any other. Suddenly, there are all kinds of opportunities from work from home to even working abroad.
A working holiday is a great opportunity for college kids who wish to spend 6-12 months working in another country. The working visa you can apply for allows you to travel and sustain yourself while you experience a new culture and people. Does a working holiday sound appealing to you?
Most universities have a large number of student clubs they offer. Different schools place different emphasis on student’s interests. For example, some schools promote volunteer clubs, while others promote sports, music, or arts clubs.
It’s no surprise that in college you need to study a lot more than in high school. Students frequently discover they need to adapt their study habits to the college setting. How about you? Do you struggle with keeping up with your college readings and term papers?
In college, your studies are your main priority, but the bills still need to be paid, right? However, we can’t always be asking our parents for pocket money. We’re adults now and it can get a little embarrassing.
Are you prepared for college romance? There are many different types of couples you’ll see in college over the next four years. Just a few include – the “high school sweethearts” couple, the “best dressed” couple and the “activist” couple.
Bad habits you develop in your college years can disrupt your life and stop you from reaching your goals. They damage your health — both mentally and physically. They also waste your time and energy which can impact your grades.
University students volunteer for a wide variety of reasons, especially wanting to help others. It’s important to think about why you want to volunteer before you choose where and how you want to volunteer. Is it to gain valuable work experience, or do you want to fulfill a passion?
One of toughest decisions university students face is choosing a major and a career. While your choice of major is not permanent, choosing the right major early on can save you a great deal of time and money.
Taking a trip with your college friends can be an excellent way to get rid of stress or see new places and people. The easiest trip to take is a road trip while a plane trip to a foreign land is costly, but more exotic.