study abroad

With the Brexit decision confirmed last week, we've had a lot of questions over the weekend from our members as to what this means for their travel arrangements and longer term prospects. Below are answers to some of the most frequently asked.
So you have always had the intention to learn a foreign language but never quite got around to doing it? Well, you know what they say; it is never too late to start something new! Here are 8 impressive reasons as to why mastering a foreign language really would change your life...
I ended up studying in the UK, paying the same as someone born and raised there. Yet before I set foot in London to study I had absolutely no connection to the UK. So what makes me, a Swedish citizen of Indian descent, any less of an 'overseas' student than an Indian citizen? Answer: my passport.
Studying abroad is one of the greatest and most enlightening experiences a student can have. It's a practice in self growth, expression and examination. Although for some students this experience comes with a cost they never expected once they arrive back home.
International students who arrive in the US for the first time, students who are studying abroad in the US and visitors to
The red carpet has been rolled away, the royal carriage has been put back in the garage, and the British press have moved on. Now that Xi Jinping's state visit - the first by a Chinese Premier for 10 years is over, it's a good time to take stock and ask how the Sino-UK relationship should now develop.
The international students in the UK provide British universities with so much money, it would really not be detrimental to us in any significant way for them to work part-time or find graduate jobs after studying. Many of us Brits love to travel, study abroad, work abroad, and retire abroad. We need to be more open to those who wish to do the same in the UK.
While I was catching up on Made in Chelsea (post-study abroad life) an advert for Wilkinson Sword popped up. It showed a
As a student, you are probably on a budget. And even weekends can be tight. But are you just going to let the months and years pass without going out there? Hell, no. Here are awesome travel tips while studying abroad.
I've been living in London as an American expat for just over four months now, and my experiences so far remind me of what it was like becoming a parent for the first time...