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Whichever way you look at it, heading off to university is a big deal. Sure, there’ll be plenty of new learning experiences and you’re probably geared up to have more than your fair share of fun, but leaving the family behind isn’t going to be easy – especially if you’re heading far from home.
Until this year, international students had just four months after graduation to make their mark before their student VISA was up.
For many students moving into university accommodation, the experience will be the first time they’ve lived with others outside their family home. And, naturally, this can raise a number of challenges – foremost of which being getting along well with those you live with.
Postcards. We might not send many anymore, but back in the day, they were an essential for every holidaymaker – whether you were heading to Cornwall or the Costa Del Sol.
What do Danny Dyer and Sir David Attenborough have in common? Aside from being national treasures, they’re two of a handful of famous faces who have contributed to BBC Bitesize Daily – a virtual learning platform that’s helping youngsters with their schoolwork during the coronavirus lockdown.