What will you miss about uni?
Will it be the cheap booze, the lazy mornings, or the friends you made that you'll miss most when you leave university? We hit the streets to ask you what you thought.
Luke, 22 I'll miss all the free time that you have at university, but I don't actually mind working because I had a full time job last summer. I'm glad I went to university, but I'm not worried about moving on. I've got friends who went on to do masters courses because they liked the student lifestyle and didn't want to leave that, but I'm keen on getting a job now.
Andraya, 22 The thing I miss most about being a student is being close to all of my friends. When you graduate it becomes more difficult to see everyone because they are dispersed around the country. You have to put more effort into going to see people.
Nnamdi, 20 I'll miss the experiences that university has given me. I'll miss living in halls and socialising there. It's going to be strange when I wake up and I don't have to go to uni anymore, and instead be in a nine to five job.
Carina, 22 It's really geeky, but the thing I'll miss most is all the learning that you do at uni. I studied English literature and really enjoyed reading books and talking about them.
Sam, 22 I think I'll miss the lecturers the most. I was at uni for four years so I got to know all of them really well. People came and went, but the lecturers were always there.
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