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I'm in my third and final year of uni. The first two years I barely came in due to being in a relationship, but now I've been in more, seen and met a lot of people and I'm scared that I've missed out on what's meant to be the best time of your life. Even the small things like not getting lunch at the student shop, and thinking that I'll never be able to do this again, and I'll never have that feeling of being in a sort of "club" with other people in the same boat which uni feels like.

Does anyone else feel this way, or have you? What do you think of it? I'm terrified of this "golden time" in my life ending for good.
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you'll get over it
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Lol i didnt enjoy uni to be honest. I guess its largely down to the locality being dead.
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(Original post by Forumpy)
I'm in my third and final year of uni. The first two years I barely came in due to being in a relationship, but now I've been in more, seen and met a lot of people and I'm scared that I've missed out on what's meant to be the best time of your life. Even the small things like not getting lunch at the student shop, and thinking that I'll never be able to do this again, and I'll never have that feeling of being in a sort of "club" with other people in the same boat which uni feels like.

Does anyone else feel this way, or have you? What do you think of it? I'm terrified of this "golden time" in my life ending for good.
i felt the same way. until i actually got into the real world and now i am loving the freedom
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(Original post by Forumpy)
I'm in my third and final year of uni. The first two years I barely came in due to being in a relationship, but now I've been in more, seen and met a lot of people and I'm scared that I've missed out on what's meant to be the best time of your life. Even the small things like not getting lunch at the student shop, and thinking that I'll never be able to do this again, and I'll never have that feeling of being in a sort of "club" with other people in the same boat which uni feels like.

Does anyone else feel this way, or have you? What do you think of it? I'm terrified of this "golden time" in my life ending for good.
I felt like that and I had to give a speech at my graduation ceremony and I addressed this issue.

At the end of the day, even with a degree or with anything in life, we don't know where we'll end up. That's just life. Life has moments where we live in the moment and once the moment is up, we move on from them. It's part of growing up. However, you're not there yet so I would enjoy the last few months you have left and make all the time you have left count for something, if not for memory sake.

Good times never last forever. That's a concept you need to get use to. But you'll get over it soon enough and hopefully, you'll look back on it with fond memories and be glad you got to do whatever you wanted to do. You can never go back in time, so make sure you'll do things you won't regret not doing.

Be optimistic for the future and be glad you've been through it, but be excited for your future. Hopefully your uni experience will brighten your future in ways that you can't see yet!
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uni's gonna feel just like post-uni life to me

london ftw
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I felt like that and I had to give a speech at my graduation ceremony and I addressed this issue.

At the end of the day, even with a degree or with anything in life, we don't know where we'll end up. That's just life. Life has moments where we live in the moment and once the moment is up, we move on from them. It's part of growing up. However, you're not there yet so I would enjoy the last few months you have left and make all the time you have left count for something, if not for memory sake.

Good times never last forever. That's a concept you need to get use to. But you'll get over it soon enough and hopefully, you'll look back on it with fond memories and be glad you got to do whatever you wanted to do. You can never go back in time, so make sure you'll do things you won't regret not doing.

Be optimistic for the future and be glad you've been through it, but be excited for your future. Hopefully your uni experience will brighten your future in ways that you can't see yet!
Thanks. I did two years of college beforehand, so it's bee like a five year chunk of being in education, studying something I really enjoy. It's scary to think back to the first year of college, and now education as a whole is almost all over completely.
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you're scared of uni ending!?

i can't wait till uni ends.
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Thanks. I did two years of college beforehand, so it's bee like a five year chunk of being in education, studying something I really enjoy. It's scary to think back to the first year of college, and now education as a whole is almost all over completely.

I feel ya. I did 2 years of A-level, then I spent 1 year at one uni and then 3 years at another uni. I didn't really know what I wanted to do (more like, after graduating, I didn't want to become a teacher after doing some experience in a school), so I applied to do a MA in PR lool. 5 years of uni is enough or me though!

I can't wait to finish education and hopefully land a good job to start my career as Olivia Pope (Scandal reference, if you've seen/heard of the show lol).
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