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Lizzie Fane

  • Salamanca

    Wednesday, 12 May 2010
    City of Students
    To the west of Spain about 200km from Madrid, is the charming renaissance town of Salamanca. Otherwise known as La Ciudad Dorada, a name garnered thanks to the distinctive illuminating glow that emits from its sandstone buildings.
  • Salzburg

    Wednesday, 12 May 2010
    City of Musical Glitterati
    Nestling on the border of Germany, to the West of the country, Salzburg offers more than just the backdrop for The Sound of Music. Birthplace to none other than the king of (classical) pop, Mozart, the city is beaming with baroque buildings, exterior wooden beams, and traditional shops (think chocolates, mini liqueurs and a lot of cute decorum). You'll be taken by the urge to sip on a thick hot chocolate, after a little escapade in the surrounding mountains. For the historians out there amongst you, take a tour around the impressive Hohensalzburg medieval castle, a grand fortress that highlights just one of Austria's many UNESCO world heritage sites.
  • Not a linguist?

    Wednesday, 12 May 2010
    Thinking about spending some time away, even though you're not studying a language degree? You don't have to be halfway through your language course to step foot into foreign universities, work abroad or volunteer for a few months. Thousands of students set off each year to become more culturally aware, learn the lingo or just to try something different. Have a look at our Been There Done That section, foreign blogs, planning and preparation info and much more...Who said it was just for linguists anyway?
  • Study Abroad

    Wednesday, 12 May 2010
    If enriching your mind with facts and figures in a foreign land seems like the right choice for you, have a look through our Study Abroad section. Take a peek at the international league table, read through our case studies and find out what's it's like once you're out there! We've even got some info on universities abroad (Erasmus-ing it up or going further afield), what you should take with you, brushing up our your language skills and much, much more! And don't forget to visit our shop to get the latest gadgets and gizmos for your time away!
  • Been there, done that!

    Wednesday, 12 May 2010
    Here is our entire collection of case studies and year abroad reports written by previous students and organised by language. Simply click a picture to discover more about your potential year abroad cities - and if that isn't enough, then don't miss our insider Mole Diaries where students have passed on the results of the previous year spent unearthing secrets about their year abroad destination, top survival tips and everything they WISH they had known before they left - just so you can learn from their mistakes and successes!
  • Madrid

    Wednesday, 12 May 2010
    City of Modern Living
    Slap bang at the heart of the Iberian Peninsula is the very vibrant and bustling city, Madrid. Since 1563, this mesmerising metropolis has been Spain's capital and quite rightly so, being the epicentre for parties, panache and progressive political movements (the 80s la movida punk movement gave birth to artists such as Almodóvar, amongst many others).
  • Barcelona

    Wednesday, 12 May 2010
    City of Artists
    To the north of the Spanish coastline, we find the bright and breezy Barcelona. Don't forget your Catalan dictionary however, as this coastal city is officially bilingual — Catalan sounding similar to a mixture of French and Spanish, and being spoken by all the locals. This makes for a forever progressive and innovative place to be, as it is a city that aches with character and boasts an undeniably rich history.
  • UK

    Wednesday, 12 May 2010

    Where to start? With such a small country packed with so many eccentricities? Tea, biscuits, pickle, the Queen, castles, Mr Bean, glorious countryside, Mini Coopers, cider, traditional pubs, old townhouses, Carnaby Street... this island flung on the northern side of Europe has a lot to answer for in terms of popular culture, habits and customs.

  • Work Abroad

    Wednesday, 12 May 2010
    Deciding to work abroad has many benefits, besides filling in a few more lines on your CV. You can gain international work experience, develop your language skills, learn new techniques and methods of working and (hopefully) get paid in the process. For some, the transition from studying into the world of work doesn't represent much of a challenge, whilst others may find it just that little bit more difficult; with either scenario, you need to go informed, prepared and ready to make the most of your new job, which is why we've created this section of the site.
  • Latin America

    Wednesday, 12 May 2010

    Fancy spreading your wings further afield? You're not alone, thousands of students choose Latin America as their destination of choice and who could blame then? Whether you're up for the colours and fiestas of Mexico, the Costa Rican coast is your idea of paradise, you're up for the head-spinning heights and delights of Ecuador, exploring the Aztec empire in Peru, learning about culture and identity in Colombia, discovering the beauty of the Amazon or nestling up in a fishermen's village in Brazil, digging into steak and moving your limbs to sensual tango in Argentina or getting the real coastal experience in Chile, check out our country profiles to find out the best places to go, read up on our reviews and spare a minute or two to read our blogs about Hernán Cortés' finest discovery...

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