This is my last post as a University of Leicester Student Blogger. My time at Leicester has gone incredibly quickly and now that I’ve graduated it’s time for me to go out into the real world (and see if it really is as scary as it seems!). Whilst I’ve been a student here I’ve had some fantastic opportunities including studying in New Zealand for a year, being lectured by experts in their fields, getting involved with some amazing societies and going on field trips to exciting new places. I’m sad to be leaving but excited to see where my next adventure takes me.
As I write this post I’m sitting in an airport on my way to Tenerife for a month-long placement working with volcano monitoring experts. Once I’m back I’m starting my job as graduate transport planner in the autumn. Whilst I’m looking forward to new challenges, I’m going to look back fondly on my time as a student.
Thank you to everyone who’s read my posts of the last two years. I hope that my blog posts have given you an insight into studying at Leicester, studying geology and studying abroad. If you’re a starting at Leicester in September I hope that you get the A Level results you are hoping for and have a great university experience! People aren’t wrong when they say your time at university is some of the best years of your life!