The festive season in the land of Christmas Markets

The Christmas Markets in Germany are definitely one of the largest tourist attractions every winter. The public squares and streets in cities and small towns are filled with stalls, laden with everything from sweet food to wooden crafts, ceramics, tourist items, and hats. My stay in Germany wouldn’t be complete if I didn’t visit some … More The festive season in the land of Christmas Markets

Season’s Greetings from the Study Abroad office

We at the Study Abroad office wish you all the very best for the festive season! We will be closed between Friday 22nd December and Monday 1st January inclusive. Please enjoy a selection of festive photos submitted by our students and we’ll see you in the New Year! Christmas in Toronto by Zara Broadhead Christmas … More Season’s Greetings from the Study Abroad office

What it’s like being on study abroad with a long-term health problem

Following on from my article about why to choose France for your year abroad, I thought I would put pen to paper about something a bit more personal. But for anyone who knows me, this article shouldn’t come as a surprise. Currently I am in Lyon as I study Law with French Law hence a … More What it’s like being on study abroad with a long-term health problem

Music abroad

Studying abroad is a great way to experience many aspects of culture and life in other parts of the world, and this includes music. Beyond the differing music traditions you will find, there’s also the simple difference between what’s in the charts and who tours locally. Even a short distance can make massive changes to … More Music abroad

Bali, Indonesia

Originally posted on Abs'ventures:
After spending nearly two solid weeks in the library, I had finally sat two exams, given a presentation, and wacked out an incredibly weak essay. So, it’s safe to say I was ready for recess week. Just to add to my already stressful week of uni work, our trip to…