Tegan Hedley is studying English Literature at the University of Exeter. She spent a year at Ewha University in Seoul, which she chose precisely because she had never been to Asia, knew nothing about Korea, and wanted to try something a little different. Here's her insider guide to living and studying in Seoul, the capital of South Korea.
My degree is in Theology. That’s it, just plain Theology. (If you’re wondering, no, I don’t want to be a nun). But the last place you’d imagine a theology degree to take you is up a mountain, on the back of a dog sled, atop ten feet of snow, in temperatures of minus thirty, hidden in deepest, darkest Quebec. And yet, with the study abroad option, that is exactly where I ended up three quarters of the way into my humble theology degree. And I wouldn’t have it any other way!
Amber Houghton, is studying LLB Law at Sheffield Hallam University. She has just finished her year abroad as an Erasmus student in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, where she studied the course in English alongside an international group of English-speaking students. Here are her thoughts on being a non-linguist Erasmus student, speaking English on her year abroad...
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.