Five Fascinating Facts1. English is the most widespread language in the world.
Hannah is studying Theology at the University of Exeter, and is spending her year abroad studying at the University of Ottawa in Canada. Here is her insider guide to surviving (literally) in Ottawa over the winter and beyond, with top tips about getting there, sightseeing, food, the university, and keeping warm!
Sarah is a Singaporean law student who spent her third year abroad at the University of Southampton in the South of England. She says "It was, without a doubt, the best year of my life to date. I found myself and my happiness, my independence really took flight and, most importantly, I had the opportunity to visit 14 countries and more than 70 cities!" Sarah has continued writing about her travels on her blog, The Travel Spotlight, and here is her insider guide to living in Southampton and making the most of its location to travel around the UK and Europe.
Shara is studying International Relations with History at Nottingham Trent University, and is spending five months at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. She chose this destination "because it has always been a country I wanted to visit and this seemed like the perfect opportunity." Here are her top survival tips for living and studying in Melbourne...
It has been a long time since wrote my last blog and I've suddenly realised that soon it will be too late to write about everything that has happened since the last time I wrote. I am going to let the video below to most of the talking as of course a picture speaks 1000 words, however I would like to write about a few of my highlights from November to new year.
George Ward spent nearly four months on exchange in Toronto, Canada, in the first term of his 3rd year Journalism studies at Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland. Some of this Mole Diary was originally documented in his blog, but here he tells us in more detail about Toronto and shares some general tips for all exchangers.