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  • 10 great races around the world

    Tuesday, 28 July 2015

    A year abroad is a great excuse to get fit! If you need a little extra motivation, why not sign up for one of these wacky races?

  • Jenny Benson has just finished her year abroad, which she spent working as a Language Assistant in Aix en Provence. Here, she gives her advice to those of you who are about to head out! To look back over Jenny's adventures in Aix, check out her blog.

  • Lucy studies Spanish and History at the University of Southampton. While on her year abroad in Madrid she worked for 6 months as a marketing intern in an art museum and then for the remaining 3 months as an intern bookseller in Casa del Libro. She also spent time creating a year abroad blog, travelling throughout Spain, practicing photography and learning to play the clarinet.

  • Elise Davies is studying French and Spanish at Bangor University. She spent the first semester of her year abroad working as a receptionist and a waitress in a Hostel in the French Alpes and is now doing an internship in a housing company in Seville, Spain. This is why she thinks you should make the most of your summers - by spending them abroad.

  • Jennifer Cooper is studying French and Spanish at Royal Holloway, University of London. She is about to leave for her year abroad, which she will be spending in Lyon and Cádiz. Here are the things she's found out just in the nick of time!

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