If you’re living abroad and celebrating Christmas for the first time without your family, this is your guide to preparing a student budget friendly Christmas when you’re away from home!
If you’re coming from overseas to study in the European Union (EU), you will need a European student visa. We know that the rules might be confusing and we get a lot of requests to help out. So here you go, this is your guide for everything you need to know about getting a European student visa!
Hi I’m Max and I’m studying an MBA at the Tours business school named ESCEM, located 2 hours south of Paris, France. In order to graduate, we have to have an experience abroad of at least 4 months. I was looking for an internship through my business school’s network. I applied for around 4 or 5 job offers, sending my CV and cover letters to companies in different cities abroad. A couple of days later, I found the perfect position at Student Mundial in Tel Aviv, Israel for 6 months as a marketing intern.
Springtime in Paris is fantastic and one of Europe’s best destinations for the season. With more hours of sunlight, flowers blooming and a more vibrant city, it’s the ultimate destination for an exchange semester or even just a trip. Having lived there myself in the springtime, I know why they say it’s the perfect season to be in the city. Let’s go through the top picks of things to do and see.
Have you ever noticed how some websites are blocked when you’re abroad? For example you can’t access your Netflix, BBC iPlayer or Sky Go. Well, there is solution. So, if you’re feeling homesick, or just don’t want to miss your favourite shows or football matches, then here’s how to do it!
Considering Lisbon for your Erasmus year? This should help to make up your mind…
Some people find it easier than others to learn another language. We’re all different and have an easier time learning some things than others. Part of the experience of studying abroad is getting to know another culture. With it comes different customs, and of course another language so you can truly experience your new place and get to know the locals. To make things easy for you, we’ve gathered our advice on how to learn a foreign language before you’re going to study abroad.
Between classes, travelling around your new home country and socialising with all your new classmates, you’ve gotta exercise and take care of yourself. At least every once in a while. Here is our advice on free or cheap ways to exercise when you’re abroad. Go hard or go home!
Now is the time to start searching for your student accommodation if you’re studying in the UK for the next academic year. How to go about finding the right house or apartment varies from country to country, and that’s why we’ve chosen to focus this article on how to do it specifically in the UK. Here’s a checklist of what to think of. Good luck finding your perfect place!
So you’re on the hunt for the perfect apartment. Of course you’ve already browsed through our student accommodation listings and have an appointment scheduled with a landlord. But if it’s your first time moving out on your own, what should you look for in a place? Here’s a little guide to the things you should be aware of.