For my course I also had to make a vlog, so I decided to film throughout the day as we celebrated our national day here at university. It is a very personal day for us, and I wanted to show you how much fun we had even though we are away from home. If you want to read more about it, click here. I recommend to watch in high quality.
I hope you like it!
When the weather in Cornwall is as nice has it has been today, and a few days lately, all the students come out of their hiding-spots and gather on the grass on campus. Most of the time I usually hang out with my flatmates or my “usual” group of friends, but sometimes it is nice to find some of my other Norwegian friends and have a nice catch-up.
When I started my application for universities in England, I found student reviews very useful. It is always nice to know how other students find their university, how they like it or dislike it. I quickly found out it was hard to choose, especially since people seemed to have mixed feelings, which is only natural as we’re all different.
Me and my guide at University of Roehampton.
At first I only looked at universities that had literature degrees, of which is quite a few. Then I looked at where they were and how easy it would be for me to get there, as I can be a very anxious traveler. In the end I chose four that I found interesting: