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The transition from high school to college or university student is not only about seeking higher education but also about taking the first steps into adulthood. Often, this transition can be overwhelming for young adults. From High School to Uni is an A-Z guide to help prepare for the move from high school to universities or other professions and smoothly navigate the initial years of adulthood. P.J. Dobree-Carey draws from her experiences and lists six key areas to help readers acquire planning and organizational skills, enhance abilities to save time and money, and aid young adults on their journey to independence. Each chapter examines these areas, including planning your move, making a budget, finding accommodations, traveling, health and well-being, etc.
In From High School to Uni, readers will learn the advantages of using checklists and lists of crucial first tasks necessary to move to a college or university. Author P.J. Dobree-Carey also explores the budgetary aspects of living on your own, providing in-depth insight into establishing a bank account and valuable information about bank cards, overdrafts, credit ratings, debt consolidation, paying bills, etc. The book also covers types of accommodations, choosing housemates, cost-sharing, lease negotiation, clean-ups, travel tips, and much more. Near the conclusion, there is a seven-day departure challenge to help you practice the skills you've learned. This handbook is a must-read for young adults about to start the next phase of their lives.