So, you’ve cooked up a storm in your round of ‘Come Dine with Me’, taken a stroll to your local park and made a stash
September 2021 might seem like a long way off, but now’s the time to start thinking about where you’d like to live in your next university year.
It’s official – Lockdown 2.0 is here. And although England’s second coronavirus lockdown might bring a strange sense of déjà vu, there’s some comfort that, by now, we know the drill – stay safe by staying at home, venturing out only for exercise and essentials.
Bradford is one of the largest cities in the UK, with the fastest-growing population outside the capital. It’s a vibrant and inclusive multicultural centre that welcomes students to the University of Bradford and Bradford College with open arms.
Students have faced unprecedented challenges this year – from school closures and predicted grades to virtual Fresher
So, you’ve confirmed a place at your dream university, you’ve packed up your belongings, and you and your parents have road-tripped it up to your new city. You’re bursting with excitement for the future, the people you’ll meet and the opportunities ahead. And then, suddenly, you feel homesick.
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