The opportunity to study in a country and experience a new culture was too appealing to turn down.
Messy? Poor flatmates? Faulty appliances? These are just some of the issues university accommodations often get associated with. For me it has been the opposite.
Last weekend with three uni friends I took the road trip of a lifetime along The Great Ocean Road of Australia.
Before coming to Australia I had been both travelling and been a student for 1 ½ years, but I had never been both at the same time. Combining travelling and studying in the study abroad programme uses a different set of skills that I have had to perfect in order to make the most of my time here, without falling behind with uni work. Here are a few tips on how to be a successful student and explore the world, for those of you who are considering studying abroad.
Hi, I'm Charlotte and I want to talk to you about the good and not so good parts of living at home while at university.
Hi, I'm Katie from Ireland and I want to talk about why I chose to do study abroad in Leeds, and why I'm glad I did it!
Eyup, my name is Ella. I live in Castleford and have been commuting to Leeds Beckett University for the last four years.
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