Rather than scouring the internet all year looking for exotic destinations to visit, why not start looking closer to home for your next holiday? The UK has so much to offer for a holiday or a mini-break, from beautiful coastlines and mountain regions, to vibrant cities with tonnes to do and see. Here are some great destinations to consider for your next UK trip.
As graduation date approaches, the thought of having no secure job, a lack of constant events to go to, and having to start paying full price for everything can be pretty scary. Although there are ups and downs during student life, there are definitely things that you’ll be missing after that dreaded ceremony.
Graduation is a celebratory time, you’ve done it – 3 years of leftover pizza breakfasts, regrettable hangovers and occasional studying have finally paid off. The graduation ceremony is the official recognition of your achievements, and you should enjoy it. Like all ceremonies though, particularly ones that involve comical headgear, graduation is not without its quirks.
While graduation is a time of happiness, celebration and overpriced videos of you walking across a stage, the inevitability of a ceremony honouring an achievement is that reality has to follow. After the mortarboards have settled, the question is inevitable: what do I do next? You may already know the answer to this question, you may not – but whatever the answer, there are still a few things you can do after graduating.