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  • The Mole Diaries: Freiburg

    Monday, 07 April 2014

    Holly is a Manchester University student spending her year abroad in Freiburg, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Here is her insider guide to the town: her first impressions, banking, accommodation, enrolment at the university, the best places to eat, getting around town, her top ten things to do in Freiburg, and the benefits of small town life as a year abroader in Germany...

    Published in German-speaking
  • The Mole Diaries: Tomsk

    Thursday, 03 April 2014

    Rachel is a third year student at Durham University reading History and Russian. She has divided her year abroad into three parts, starting in Siberia and ending in Moscow with Sochi in between. She says, "I’ve realised how much there is to say so feel free to read my year abroad blog to get a better feel for what I got up to and what I learnt. Here are some tips which I think were worth being told or figuring out early on while studying at Tomsk State University, Siberia."

    Published in Russian-speaking
  • Katherine is studying English Literature at the University of Warwick, and is spendign a year abroad studying English and German at the Freie Universität in Berlin to improve her language skills and experience the German culture. Here is her advice about finding somewhere to live in Berlin...

    Published in Home
  • The Mole Diaries: Amman, Jordan

    Monday, 17 February 2014

    Ellie is 22, and studying Modern Middle Eastern History and Arabic Language at the University of Manchester. She spent her third year abroad in Amman, Jordan, studying at a small local Language Academy in the city. Here is her in-depth guide to living in Amman, from things to know before you go, to top bars, clubs and restaurants, weekend trips, and useful phrases in the local dialect.

    Published in Arabic-Speaking
  • The Mole Diaries: Mexico

    Monday, 16 December 2013

    Levi Ramsden is a third year Modern Language student at Lancaster University, and has spent the first half of her year abroad studying in Puebla, Mexico. To find out more about what she's up to, you can follow her blog, but here is her insider guide to Mexico: getting around, eating out, the university, being a foreigner and useful vocabulary to get to grips with...

    Published in Spanish-speaking
  • Georgie is a third year abroad student from the University of Nottingham, currently studying at the Université d'Avignon, having spent last semester studying at the Universitat de València. She says, "I spent a long time trying to decide how to spend my year abroad and so I understand how helpful it can be to hear first hand information from someone who really has been there themselves. I think that studying as an Erasmus student is very often dismissed as "the easy option" and would like to help put an end to this assumption."

    Published in Uni -v- Working abroad
  • The Mole Diaries: Galicia

    Wednesday, 19 March 2014

    Becky is studying French, Spanish and Catalan at Durham University. She has just spent a semester in Tours, France, and is now studying in Lugo, Spain. Check out her blog for her latest update, and here is her insider guide to life in Galicia, the hilly autonomous community in the northwest corner of Spain. Read on for tips on the countryside, cities, food, weather and language in Galicia...

    Published in Home
  • Erasmus Programme: Hopes and Fears

    Wednesday, 26 February 2014

    Like many other students in Britain (and all over the world), I'm currently in the beginning stages of organising myself to be prepared to study abroad for nine months, and with this organising comes certain concerns and stressful situations. Before going to my Erasmus finance meeting tomorrow, that will also touch on applying to the foreign University of my choice (in my case the University of Graz), I'm going to highlight some of the initial worries I've been feeling, and hopefully some people will realise that they're not alone.

    Published in Home
  • Thomas is studying Maths with a Year in Continental Europe at Bristol University, and is spending his year abroad studying Maths at university in Bordeaux. Here are ten things you should know before studying Maths in France...

    Published in Home
  • I am a Social Anthropologist at the University of Edinburgh with a penchance for all things French. I was very keen to do a year abroad in a Francophone University, and the fact there wasn’t an ERASMUS exchange was not going to stop me. So, here is a summary of The Good, The Bad, and The Downright Ugly of doing independent study abroad. I am studying at Paris Descartes.

    Published in Study Abroad
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