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  • Katherine Tabor is studying French and German and the University of York and she spent her year abroad as an Erasmus student at Aix-Marseille University in Aix-en-Provence. Here are her responses to some typical pre-year abroad fears!

    Published in What's out there?
  • Tanyel Kazim studies BA French and Management at  King’s College London and is spending his year abroad at ESSEC Business School, Cergy-Pontoise, France. Here, he gives his tips for narrowing down the options for how to spend your year abroad.

    Published in What's out there?
  • British Council Study Work Create have a whole range of fantastic opportunities for undergraduates, post-graduates and graduates but sometimes it can be a little confusing to work out which one is right for you. That's why we've created this handy breakdown to help you to take advantage of all the programmes on offer - without any of the stress! (Scroll right for availability and deadlines!)

  • How would you sum up your Year Abroad?

    Thursday, 20 November 2014

    We had so many fantastic entries for our 'How would you sum up your year abroad?' competition, that we've decided to display the very best ones on the site! We think these photos, videos and blogs perfectly represent the fantastic opportunity that is studying or working abroad and demonstrate just how wide a range of experiences are available to year abroaders! Enjoy.

    *The above photo is by Aidoia Puig-Delfin. Aidoia studies Spanish and Media Communications at Newcastle University and spent her year abroad in Barcelona. The photo is of the view of the city from El Tibidado, a theme park in the mountains.

    Published in Blog
  • Meeting students who have recently returned from foreign placements is a fantastic way to kickstart your year abroad research and enthusiasm - you can ask your burning questions and see their excitement (or not?) for the destination you're considering. International Office staff are on hand to explain your options, and it's also useful to hear from visiting graduate speakers and careers advisors who will help you get your head in the game. We are working with Routes into Languages to put together listings of upcoming events and activities to inform you about studying and working abroad during your degree course, but please do get in touch if you have any events to add to the list!

    Published in UK Universities
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