It started with my interest in dermatology when a close family member was diagnosed with skin cancer. I'm taking courses to learn about the successes and failures of Australia's health care system and how the world's current health organisations impact global health.
Each day is different, sometimes I just have lectures to go to, but other days I have practicals, labs, and/or tutorials too. Lately I've been using this time to find new study areas. Before I head home for the day, I like to walk around the quadrangle because it's so beautiful.
There is a new math & online course requirement for the Bachelor of Science. I recommend you plan to the best of your ability how you will fit these into your semesters over the next few years.
I love that I get to walk around Australia's oldest university which has a peaceful feel to it as it is a distance from the busy/modern city. And I can jump on a train or bus and go to a beach or harbour the same day. There is always something new to try or a new place to visit so no week or weekend is ever the same.
Challenge yourself in ways that will remind you of your strengths and weaknesses so you realise what you can work on. Try to join at least one academic club, one fun club, and one physical activity club, you will make friends of many different nationalities and backgrounds.