Take your time then, I'm sure you're desired physically, but for something deeper you need to get to know people.
Like you I split up with a long term partner at Uni just before my finals and it screwed me right up. I made a lot of mistakes in my final term and to be honest I was glad to leave the place.
I did, and things got a lot better, but it was gradual.
There's no quick fixes, the end of a relationship is like a bereavement, and it takes a while for things to get back to normal again.
You can go two ways, either you can use this experience to become more understanding of others, or you can become bitter and resentful. It's better to go the first way because it's all part of growing up.
Sometimes being an adult really sucks.
It will get better, you will get stronger and you'll probably be a better person for all of this.
None of which helps now, just try and enjoy yourself but don't pin all your hopes on a really nice guy coming around and making things better.
When things get better, and they will, it will be because of you, not anyone else.
Try to enjoy your last weeks at Uni anyway, your exams are out of the way and there's a long hot summer ahead.