You'll probably need to replace your clutch within the first 100k of ownership. NBD, it's just a $250 part and a ton of labor.
Try to be easy on it, and try to learn quick. Basically, lean on the side of too quick clutch and too little gas (stalling means you're not burning your clutch, at least).
Also, always rev-match for downshifts. That is one of the biggest factors you'll need to learn to get things right.
BTW, when your clutch does go, it'll go slowly - one day you'll feel it slip for the first time in some situation, then over the course of several months it'll expand to more often and in more situations.