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.
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!
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.
Have you ever noticed how some websites are blocked when you’re abroad? For example you can’t access your Netflix, BBC iPlayer or Sky Go. Well, there is solution. So, if you’re feeling homesick, or just don’t want to miss your favourite shows or football matches, then here’s how to do it!