A lot has changed since the world first went into Covid-19 lockdown in March 2020. For university students, one of the biggest changes has been the significant disruption to campus life.
As many universities start to open up to face-to-face teaching many students are heading back to campuses for the first time in a long time. Some of you may be keen to get back to campus, while others may be more apprehensive – and both these feelings are justified.
If you happen to find yourself in clearing on A-level results day, it certainly doesn’t mean that you’ve failed, and there are plenty of options available to you.
While it may seem a long and complex process, it is an opportunity to search through a range of courses and universities to find one that is better suited to you.
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Shortlisting your top university choices has always been challenging, but with Covid-19 disrupting overseas travel and many everyday activities, students around the world have had to adjust to a fast-evolving digital world.
As a university student, you will probably spend the majority of your time on campus. And so, while this certainly isn’t the most important factor to consider (in fact, we strongly advise that it isn’t), it helps if the campus is somewhere you enjoy spending your time in.
Universities come in all shapes and sizes and architectural styles. From the traditional grey stone buildings to the more avant-garde modernist structures, university campuses are some of the most interesting collections of buildings you can find.