Advice for Parents: Preparing for University

Advice for Parents: Preparing for University

For a lot of students, their parents play an important role when it comes to the university process. With so much to organise, from moving into halls, meeting new friends, finding their way around a new city and living independently, the transition to university can certainly be overwhelming. There are some really easy ways parents can help prepare for these big changes. Here are a few tips, that are sure to help you

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