So, what’s campus like?
Well without trying to sound biased towards EHU, we clearly have one of the nicest campus’ around. I mean, come on, I don’t think I could name 3 other Universities with a lake in the middle of It.
Campus may seem massive when you first arrive, but I bet your high school or college felt like that when you first started, am I right? Once you’ve worked out your accommodation and the buildings you need to be in to study, campus is a lot smaller than you think.
Personally for me, I needed to know the social science building (next to the Geology building), the library and the hub (social space/food area and main shop). It helps knowing the names of different buildings, especially when it comes to exams. As a fresher, knowing where the SU is helps a lot, you’ll probably spend most of your time in here… in fact, way too much time! Quite a few societies meet in the Wilson building throughout the week to discuss projects and the LINC building is extra space to study.
There are buildings allocated for student services, including; financial help, student support and student queries. The staff are always lovely and more than happy to help with any queries raised.
So to sum up, EHU’s campus is an 11/10 for me… without trying to sound biased of course.
Until next time…