Learning at University or College will likely appear to be quite different to what you might be accustomed to at primary or secondary school. You might hear from lecturers and tutors that you need to engage in ‘self-directed’ or ‘independent’ learning. Whilst this might seem initially daunting or an unusual way to learn – many students might find this to be a more enjoyable experience as it can provide a platform for students to pursue their interests.
Making the transition into this new way of learning takes time, and this includes giving yourself time to learn as a University or College student. This article will set out what might be expected of you, what the pace of college life might look like, what your course workload will look like in practice and how to manage the feeling of being overwhelmed by college life.Learn More
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Writing your first University or College academic assignment or essay can be quite a daunting experience – assignments can have a different feel and follow a different format to the assignments and assessments you had at school, and it might be hard to know where to begin if you’re not used to completing them.Learn More