By: LauraC
Life as a university student is always a bit of an adjustment struggle for me, like many students. We have to pack up our life, unpack it, then pack it up again when the terms end, then unpack it,...
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Anyone who has ever tried to navigate the shops on Oxford Street on a Saturday knows what it’s like to be engulfed in a sea of people. Yet although London is a densely populated city, there are only...
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By: AnneS
I have recently moved to Chartres, France to improve my French, and what better way to do so than to meet real, live French people. With this in mind, yesterday I joined an association called...
By: MeganH
I’ve lived in large cities my entire life, I’m used to the hustle and bustle of a city atmosphere so when I was placed in a small, rural community in France for my year abroad, I was more than a...
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By: AliceK
Before my year abroad, everyone advised me to say ‘yes’ to everything. I initially thought they just meant trying new food, spontaneous trips or meeting up with new people.    They weren’t wrong....
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By: JulieG
Going abroad for a year is hard. You have to leave all of your friends and family and move to a new, strange place where people might do things differently. Not to mention you will be surrounded by...
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