Happy Fresher’s Week!
Tips For Surviving Fresher’s Week 2022
After a long summer, Fresher’s Week is finally here and it’s time to get excited.
Whether you’re moving to the other end of the country or staying closer to home, it’s natural that the thought of starting university can be a bit daunting. Especially when it comes to Fresher’s Week.
But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our round up of how to survive Fresher’s Week 2022.
Get scrolling to discover all our best tips for Fresher’s Week.
Plan Which Fresher’s Events You Can Attend
Most universities will have a calendar full of Fresher’s events that you can attend.
Whether it’s exlusive club nights, parties at the student union or the big Fresher’s fair, there will be so much going on to fill up your Fresher’s week.
Whilst this can be fun, it can also be easy to get overwhelmed with so much going on. If this is the case, look for your university’s Fresher’s calendar before you go so you can plan which events you want to go to.
Make The Most Of Your Student Discount
One of the best things about starting university is the student discount comes with it.
From eating out to clothing discounts, there are so many amazing deals so make sure you make the most, especially in Fresher’s week.
We’ve got you covered when it comes to student discount of course! You can find out more information on our student discounts here.
Get To Know Your Flat Mates
Moving into your halls and meeting new people can be daunting for sure, but Fresher’s week is the perfect time to get to know your flat mates.
Try to remember that everyone else is in the same position and trying to make new friends too so don’t feel overwhelmed.
We’re all in this together.
Stock Up On The Drinking Games
Heading to pre-dinks before your night out? We’ve got you covered doll.
One of the best ways to break the ice at pre drinks is by playing drinking games so stock up on the classics and some new favourites.
Sign Up For Clubs & Societies
Singing up for clubs and societies is a great way to make friends and meet new people.
There is a team or club for pretty much everything at uni so you’re bound to find something that interests you.
Most universities have a Fresher’s fair where you can find out more and sign up so it’s definitely worthy a visit.
Explore Your Surroundings
Take time to explore your surroundings in Fresher’s week so it doesn’t seem as daunting when it comes to attending lectures and seminars.
Take a walk round the university campus and take note of the buildings you’ll be going to.
You’ll get to know your way around in no time.
Make sure your Fresher’s week wardrobe is next level with our student style collection.
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