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Lizzie Fane

  • Are you a bright, ambitious writer? We are looking for YOU to come and help us for a month this summer!

  • The Language Assistant Song

    Friday, 11 April 2014

    Ellie Davis has just finished her year abroad as a Language Assistant in Germany, and has written this brilliant song about her experiences...

  • We are delighted to announce that ThirdYearAbroad.com is now - officially - a groovy Shoreditch/Silicon Junction/Tech City startup! We have moved into our new office on Curtain Road, surrounded by young media agencies, pop-up shops, student-centric businesses, tech speak and skinny jeans. We were going to try and fit in by sticking an inspiring-yet-butt-clenchingly-cheesy slogan on the wall ("If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself." - Henry Ford) but TYA is not about us - it's about you. We would SO MUCH rather use this as an opportunity to find out more about our amazing, international, linguistic, globe-trotting network, and show you off to the world! The best way we thought we could achieve this is if you might consider sending us a postcard...

  • The year abroad is a weird and wonderful thing. Weird, because you don't realise how much creative control you have had over it until you're back at university sitting your finals, and wonderful too - because whether or not you've had a great time, you have DONE IT. You've lived outside your comfort zone, you've survived, and you've had one hell of an experience. Here are some Q&As to help you understand the basics.

  • You know what it’s like to arrive in a new country and feel lost, or to try and communicate with someone without speaking their language, or to try to use a new product without understanding the instructions, or to misunderstand foreign paperwork – imagine how useful it would be to have a middle man who understands what you’re going through and can make it easier for you. As someone who knows and appreciates two languages and two cultures, you can act as a bridge between them for people. You can help them to buy a house abroad, communicate with foreign tradesmen, visit cultural sites, organise a wedding abroad or negotiate business dealings, and you are in a unique position to do so. Here's an interview with James Martin, Founder of All Abroad.

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