Your exchange semester is probably the best time of your life to go on a road trip with your friends. Why? Simply because you’re in a new place to explore with new friends and most likely you have a lot of free time. Part of the reason for studying abroad is getting the chance to explore a new place and culture, so whenever you get that chance, just grab it and make the most of it. Get ready and start packing because we’re going on a road trip!
Have you ever wanted to learn Spanish, but didn’t want to spend long summer hours inside a classroom? We may have found the perfect solution for you!
Recently we came across a very interesting proposal in our city: Spanish classes combined with guided tours through Barcelona.
Parents are most likely a little worried about you moving abroad to study. Common apprehensions include: will find a safe place to live, and will you actually study? We’ve listed the top concerns parents have when their offspring go abroad…
I can’t believe we’re almost in April already! With summer around the corner, it’s about time to start thinking of how you’ll spend those months in the best way possible. Let’s explore some worthwhile options!
It’s no secret that unhealthy eating, excessive drinking and stress have a big part in University culture and it’s all too common for students health to take the back seat. Your mind and body can be your worst friend or your best friend. Most will prefer the latter! Therefore, our friends at StudentJob UK have put together their top tips for living a healthy lifestyle while at University.
This is a guest post by Brad Frankel from Flooglebinder, a website that helps students and young professionals find exciting backpacking and flashpacking projects worldwide, all of which support sustainable travel.
Are you looking for exciting opportunities to discover the world, while at the same time doing something worthwhile? Here are some tips when it comes to Choosing the right trip for your gap year.
Erasmus Year in Helsinki – Wrap up warm!!
If you’re about to study abroad, it’s very important that you figure out the credit transfers and get your course selection approved by both your home and host schools, otherwise things can get a bit tricky. If you on the other hand are just returning from an exchange semester, you’ll need to transfer your credits. Here’s how to do both of those things!
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Student Mundial is on its way to become the number one accommodation service for students going to work or study anywhere in the world!
If you’re going for an exchange semester, one of the most important things you’ll have to plan is housing. Student Mundial helps students to find housing when traveling away from home to study. It can often be a difficult task to search for accommodation, especially when you aren’t familiar with the new city yet. Let’s go through all the ins and outs of finding the perfect flat for your study abroad through Student Mundial!