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  • Introducing Florence!

    Thursday, 28 August 2014

    Hello Third Year Abroaders! I’m Florence, I studied English and Spanish at the University of Oxford and I spent my year abroad in Madrid as a teaching assistant. 

    Published in Blog
  • Are you stuck for ideas for your year abroad? Interested in finding an Erasmus work placement, but no idea where to begin? Do you have an enthusiastic interest in global markets and a great idea for a business, but lack the experience to turn it into a reality? If this is all sounding familiar, it might be that the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs Programme is the perfect opportunity for you! Read on to discover more about the programme and how to apply!

    Published in Entrepreneurship
  • Catherine is studying German and Italian at Oxford University and spent her year abroad doing internships in the German Institute in Bologna, Italy, at a newspaper in Rome and at AKQA, a digital advertising agency in Berlin. Here is her guide to finding and making the most out of an internship on your year abroad. 

    Published in Internships Abroad
  • Rachel is studying French and German at the University of Bristol, and is currently spending the second part of her year abroad working as a translation intern in Biarritz in the south of France. Here is an account of her first week there, which is especially useful if you are about to begin a placement yourself or are trying to decide what to do on your year abroad...

    Published in Internships Abroad
  • I study French and Italian at St Anne’s College, Oxford. I began learning Italian ab initio when I started in 2012, and as result of being so far behind with Italian in comparison, I really worked hard to improve my Italian by studying at language courses in Florence and spending a summer working as an au-pair. As a consequence, my French then fell behind, and I really wasn’t comfortable with grammar or speaking. I have thus chosen to spend the majority of my year Abroad in France, and just the two summers either side in Italy. I had already had a fair bit of experience working at primary schools in England as a volunteer and so decided that I wanted to use my year abroad as a chance to gain a different type of work experience.

    Published in Internships Abroad
  • Sophia Smith-Galer studies Spanish and Arabic at Durham University and is currently doing an internship in Granada, Spain, for a company that runs cultural tours of the city and organises Erasmus+ placements for European students. In October, she will head to Beirut to study at the Institut Francais du Proche Orient. To read more about Sophia's year adventures abroad, visit her blog or follow her on Twitter.

    Published in Internships Abroad
  • Jessica studies BA Modern Languages - Spanish and French - at the University of Exeter. As well as au pairing in Madrid at the start and end of her Year Abroad, she worked as a marketing intern for an entrepreneur in Valladolid. Here are her reflections on the pitfalls of social media and measuring your Year Abroad progress…

  • Jessica Benson is an English Language and German student currently on her third year abroad, doing a work placement in a town called Erlangen (near Nuernberg) in Germany. She says, "I will be the first to admit I'm not working my dream job, or anything like it, but I have a selection of what I've dubbed 'survival skills'- a kit list, if you like, of traits that you can bring to your job to make any work placement work for you."

    Published in Work Abroad
  • The Mole Diaries: Valladolid

    Sunday, 09 March 2014

    Jessica studies BA Modern Languages - Spanish and French - at the University of Exeter. As well as au pairing in Madrid in the summer, she spent four months working as a marketing intern for an entrepreneur in Valladolid during her Year Abroad. Here is her advice about finding accommodation, getting around town, money, linguistic and cultural differences, and the pros and not-so-pros...

    Published in Spanish-speaking
  • The Mole Diaries: Bologna

    Thursday, 21 November 2013

    Catherine is studying German and Italian at Oxford University and is spending her year abroad doing internships in the German Institute in Bologna, Italy, at a newspaper in Rome and at AKQA, a digital advertising agency in Berlin. Here is her insider guide to settling into Bologna and making the most of your time as a student there...

    Published in Italian-speaking
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