There is no point mincing our words: time management is one of the most difficult tasks you will have to undertake; one of the hardest skills to master. That difficulty does not negate the fact that it is also one of the most useful skills to have, one that, once perfected, will continue to serve you well in your university years and throughout your career.
While a summer internship might sound like a horrible trade-off to your much-expected vacation, the experience you will earn may very well be what will get you on your way to your dream job a few years down the line.
For practically all students, trying to study continuously for a significant amount of time, will eventually result in a lack of concentration and crushing stress. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to get yourself back on track:
Even though university students are renowned for surviving on ramen and energy drinks, there are some tried tricks to help you manage your money better and survive university without depriving yourself.
While many are familiar with the “studying abroad” aspect of Erasmus, the internship aspect is often overlooked.