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  • The Mole Diaries: Tokyo

    Sunday, 01 May 2016

    Hannah Davenport is 22 years old and studying History at the University of Sussex. She is currently on an exchange year at Waseda University, Tokyo, in Japan, where she does the SILS programme (School of International Liberal Studies) as well as mandatory study of Japanese language.

    Published in Home
  • Matthew is studying French and European Studies at Nottingham Trent University, and has applied for a year abroad. Here he shares some tips on research, paperwork, and how to prepare for his upcoming year abroad adventure...

    Published in Home
  • Emily Maybanks is studying Modern Languages, Translation and Interpreting (French and Italian) at Swansea University, and is spending her year abroad as an Erasmus student at the University of Bologna in Forlì, Italy, and at the University of Geneva in Switzerland, where she is now. Here is her advice about studying abroad with a long-term health condition.

    Published in Health and Wellbeing
  • Mireille Harper is a third year French, Spanish and Italian student from The University of Birmingham. She spent her first semester studying at Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès in Toulouse, France, and is now currently studying at Università degli Studi di Padova in Padua, Italy. Here is her complete guide for students on what to do and see in Toulouse, covering galleries and museums, churches, days out, markets, festivals, events and free places to hang out.

    Published in French-speaking
  • The Mole Diaries: Venice

    Saturday, 06 February 2016

    Megan Tomlinson is studying Modern and Medieval Languages (French and Italian) at the University of Cambridge, and is spending her year abroad as an Erasmus student at Ca'Foscari University of Venice! Here is her insider guide to living in Venice: how to sort out your accommodation, tips for settling in, unmissable tourist activities, language advice, and things she wishes she'd known before she started her placement in Venice.

    Published in Italian-speaking
  • My Paris

    Thursday, 14 April 2016

    Florentina is studying Language and Culture (French and German) at University College London, and is spending her year abroad studying in Paris and working in Brittany. Here is her personal take on Paris, with all of her top recommendations and favourites!

    Published in Home
  • Emily Maybanks is studying Modern Languages, Translation and Interpreting (French and Italian) at Swansea University, and is spending her year abroad as an Erasmus student at the University of Bologna in Forlì, Italy, and at the University of Geneva in Switzerland, where she is now. Here are Emily's 5 tips to help you cope with homesickness and the 'Year Abroad Blues'...

    Published in Year Abroad Blues
  • The Mole Diaries: San Diego

    Monday, 04 April 2016

    Parisa Ahmadian is studying Law at King’s College London, and spent her year abroad at the University of San Diego. She says, " I was interested in studying another common law jurisdiction, and honestly, wanted to experience American college life too. What better place than in Southern California! I can hands down say that last year was the best year of my life so far. Maybe it’s the constant sunshine and living by the ocean, maybe it’s that everyone is nice, but either way, if you get a chance to study here, take it." Here is her insider guide to living as a student in San Diego...

    Published in English-speaking
  • The UK Higher Education International Unit’s Go International programme published a report today that outlines which students go abroad, where they go and considers what currently available data can tell us about the outcomes of international experience as part of a UK undergraduate programme. Gone International: the value of mobility provides the second annual national outline of the academic attainment and employment outcomes of mobile and non-mobile undergraduate students. This year the data was disaggregated to also explore the impact of mobility on black and ethnic minority students and those from disadvantaged backgrounds. The new report shows greater employment outcomes for mobile black and Asian students.

    Published in Blog
  • Mairead Finlay is studying Politics and French at Bristol University and is spending her year abroad in Geneva studying Translation. Here she explains the reality of living in bunk beds on her year abroad...

    Published in Accommodation
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