Blog | Three years done
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Writing this blog, I can now say I am officially finished! Three years of university have been and gone, just like that.
I have so many emotions: relief, pride, happiness. I’m definitely less stressed but it is bittersweet. I have loved my time at University College Birmingham and I will miss it a lot. Despite this, I do feel ready to move on and explore new opportunities.
Of course, now I am leaving the University, I will no longer be a blogger, which means I only have a couple more blogs to write for you guys. I have a few more things I want to say before I go, especially advice for when university is finished, seeing as that’s where I am now. I am going to keep this blog short and sweet – I just wanted to give you a little update and let you know that I was done!
I had my final exhibition on Tuesday, and I think it went well, but my, was I nervous! I don’t think I’ve ever been so nervous. Soon I should find out my grades and then I’ll be able to graduate (assuming I pass)!
Now that the academic year is coming to a close, I hope you’re all looking forward to a break. If, like me, you’re coming to the end of your final year, then good luck with whatever you end up doing! If you’re not coming to the end, then make sure you enjoy your final year or two – it’ll be over before you know it.
Next week I’m going to suggest some fun things you can do in and around Birmingham over summer! See you then.
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