HI THERE, I hope everyone had a fantastic Easter vacation.
I certainly made the most of having not very much to do.
I'm sad to report that this is my last Uni Life column ever but I'm also proud that I have had the privilege of writing the last ever one in the series.
The ending of the column is somewhat of a milestone in my journalistic career, as it symbolises the ending of my first writing job.
I want to thank the Huddersfield Daily Examiner for giving me the opportunity to write the column in the first place.
Among other things, I now have about 13 columns in my portfolio, which is growing by the minute.
The work experience has been brilliant for me and looks excellent on my CV.
Another thing that is ending this year is the studying for my degree.
I really can't believe that it is three whole years since I first came to Huddersfield. Time has gone so quickly.
My plan of action is to go back to college to study for an NCTJ (National Council for the Training of Journalists) certificate, a professional qualification that will help me further my career as a journalist.
I was disappointed to learn that, although I would have a degree in the required subject, I wouldn't be able to get a job as a journalist because every newspaper I contacted requested that I have this NCTJ qualification.
I was doubtful about studying for another year, as I didn't want to still be at school when I'm going on 22. I'm 21 now and haven't had a decent job or wage packet my entire life.
The real problem came when I realised that I could get no funding from my local education authority and tuition fees for the course were as high as £3,085.
But the option I have applied for is a fast track course which lasts 17 weeks (and is about a quarter of the price).
Then I'll be able to really step out into the world and get the job that I want.
So, its goodbye from me, thanks for reading and wish me luck in my career.
You will be reading my articles again soon - watch this space!