We all know that remaining healthy at university can be an almost impossible task. From the greasy burger truck calling your name after a late student night out, to the hungover McDonalds breakfast muffin the next morning, it can be a real struggle for students. Statistics show that 46% of freshers miss their mum’s cooking when they take the leap into university. Weekly shops can be really tough when the multi-pack of Walkers crisps is far cheaper (and tastier) than the small bag of fresh spinach, making it harder for students to choose the healthy option. Why would you spend £10 on a balanced healthy dinner, when you can spend £3 on a quick, easy and cheap microwave meal?
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…
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.
As the winter and snow is already here, it’s a great time to go skiing. Even though ski trips have always been expensive, there are ways you can find good deals and useful tips to reduce your spendings. It can also be good to know exactly when and where to go skiing during winter.
Help your friends and make some money!
Student Mundial launches an Ambassador program! Join to help your friends and course mates find a great place to live with no booking fees. Whilst earning commission for yourself and getting some practical experience.
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!