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
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
[CN death] Sometimes on a study abroad year things go wrong. Tragedies can happen. Mistakes are made. This can be a bad night out, a dodgy landlord, a stolen wallet or passport. It can also be death. During my study abroad year, both of my grandfathers passed away. In one case, it was from a … More When tragedy strikes
Study abroad doesn’t just involve students. Sometimes university staff travel too, making use of opportunities to share best practice and learn from each other, as well as to promote the opportunities available to study abroad and exchange students who come to our institutions. I took part in an Erasmus Staff Training week at the Universitat Politècnica … More Staff members go abroad too!
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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…
Hoi dag! I’ve now been in Rotterdam, The Netherlands for nearly 2 and a half months. I’ve been really enjoying it so here are my top 10 things about Rotterdam. The location – The Netherlands itself makes travelling to different countries in Europe easily accessible. I went to Brussels for the day and it cost … More Why you should choose to study in Rotterdam
1. There’s always something to do! There’s so much on in both the day and night time you’ll never be stuck for anything to do. 2. The nightlife – especially good if you’re into techno music. 3. The people – the French have a reputation for being rude but honestly I’ve found the Lyonnais tend to be quite … More 10 reasons to study in Lyon
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Hej hej! I’ve now been in Sweden for almost 11 weeks now and this is the first weekend I’ve had no plans to be able to sit down and write a blog post. It’s crazy to think this is the first weekend I have been absolutely free since…
I am currently studying at Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3 in Lyon, France as a part of my Law with French Law LLB at University of Leeds. For me, learning French was always something I have enjoyed and felt connected to as I have a French speaking parent from Cambodia (a former French colony) so … More Pick France for your year abroad because pourquoi pas?
Last year I was accepted for my year abroad at Dresden Academy of Fine Arts. Whilst this was an incredible opportunity I was worried about one thing: I couldn’t speak a single word of German. The summer university language courses are honestly a life-saver, with the tuition fees for the entire course being subsidised by … More Bayreuth Sommeruni