I can’t really believe I’m typing this but this is my last ever blog post. I’m officially graduated and no longer a student at the University of Leicester, which makes me more emotional than I’d like to admit.
Though I’m excited to experience a new University, I’m also really sad to leave somewhere I spent some of the best years of my life. Three years have gone by in a flash, and if I were to give any advice to you guys still at uni or just starting it would be this:
Make sure you savour every second. Don’t wish away the years, wanting to finish your degree before you’ve even started it. Make the most of every experience, because those are the moments you’ll look back on once you’ve finished, and the more moments you have, the better your memories will be. Find the right balance between studying and socialising, and I’m sure you’ll have the best time, like myself – and many others I know – have gone on to do.
I’m really incredibly jealous of you guys who are starting the first year of your degree, so enjoy the opportunity that you’re being given, and remember that it’s not available to everyone. I’m also jealous of whoever takes over the role as history blogger, but I’m sure they’ll be amazing!
Finally, I hope that what I’ve been writing about for the past two years has been helpful, at least someone, and that I’ve shown what a great place the University of Leicester is to be. Thank you for reading and I wish you good luck for the future.