Moving in was a very smooth process, however I have since found out that my flatmates had second and third year students help them to move in but I was just with my mum and sister. once I had moved in I was left in my room for a few hours until I received a knock at the door from one of these second and third year students and he told me to go to the kitchen as everyone was in there. There was then an opportunity for us to drink, play games, and ask the second and third year students any questions we had. After this I had already made a good enough friend to show our rooms to each other and we did our make up together. Then everyone met downstairs and we went out together, following the organised schedule of events that the uni had put on, and this happened every night, with the company of the second and third year student, whose job was to look after us. I loved how organised my freshers week was, you had to buy a ticket beforehand for all events of that week, which meant that there was no stress or bickering over which club to go to, as our tickets were only valid in certain places on certain nights. I’d tell students to literally go to everything that you physically and mentally can, and to sleep a lot and drink plenty of water! I made my best friends in freshers week. The freshers festival in my opinion was too busy and I couldn’t move around so I left. Maybe each college at the uni should have a certain time slot or something.