Now that you’ve secured your place at The university, it’s time to start thinking about the things you do and don’t need to take with you. While it is tempting to pack every single item of clothing you own, your games console and a mini fridge, some of those things just simply aren’t necessary. Here’s a list of things you will need to take with you to university and the items you could probably Not do without.
1. A laptop
While laptops are quite expensive, investing in one to see you through university is probably one of the best purchases you will make. These days you can get a fairly good one for a reasonable price and there are usually good deals around the start of Semester, of which time that you can take advantage of.
Your laptop will probably be one of your most used items from typing up writing essays, Assignments, term paper, researches and projects, putting together presentations, Additionally instead of bringing a TV to university, your laptop can be used for streaming TV shows and films on too.
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You need it, You need money, as a fresh student you need money, don’t Ask me what for, brother and sister, you need it. If your budget and calculations falls within the range of 50,000 please Come with 100,000. Anything your estimation falls into, please double it, Thanks, don’t ask me why.
3. A basic first-aid kit.
Having a little pack of basic medicines will be very useful while you’re at university, especially if you are struck down by the dreaded fresher’s flu Like we often know to be (CHANGE OF ENVIRONMENT). If you are a guy and you love football, you will need one because injuries are certain. It doesn’t need to be too comprehensive, some cold and flu tablets or sachets, paracetamol, plasters, nasal spray, throat lozenges and antibacterial wipes should cover you for most minor illnesses and injuries.
And although this isn’t really a first aid item, making sure that you have some form of contraception with you whether it is condoms, your contraceptive pill, or any type that you feel comfortable using.
This will depend on whether you are in self-catered or catered halls.
If you are staying in self-catered (HOSTEL) , then a basic set of pots and pans, a frying pan, and two or three plates or more, bowls, glasses, 2-3 buckets and mugs, maybe a mattress (depends), will be enough for you. Other items to make sure to pack are grater, colander, peeler, chopping board and a knife (Cooking Utensils) . It’s unlikely that you will need anything too fancy to cook with.
4. Bathroom supplies
Aside from the usual things like toothbrush, toothpaste, shower gel etc, make sure you bring some “bathroom cleaner” (Optional) except you are living in the school Hostel, and a sponge with you In fact, Any variable and useful items. These will almost always be useful.
5. Bedding and room decoration
One of the biggest things that will make your room feel like yours is the bedding you choose (OFF CAMPERS) . Choose something that really reflects your personality and make sure you buy two sets of bedding. That way when you wash one, you’ll have another set to stick on straight away.
Additionally taking pictures, posters or any other kinds of room decoration will go even further in personalising your room. Having special and personal items with you can also help to keep homesickness at bay.
Off Campers, Get as much as home Valuables of which you can get based on what (MONEY) you have, no go copy person land your self for hunger at the end.
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