Archive for the 'Students Abroad' Category

A Euro Trip

Posted on August 24 2012 by Stefanie

How many of you have gone on a Euro trip? It’s a quite popular activity among young people around the globe, not only Europeans. Americans or Australians travel to Europe, buy cheap train and flight tickets and visit as many cities as possible in the a very short period of time. Europe as a content […]

Student Accommodation Options Abroad – Part 2

Posted on March 9 2010 by Tara

In this post, the second in a series on student’s options on living abroad, we will be taking a look at the both loved and hated student dormitory. The Pros There are a lot of benefits that come form staying in a dormitory. The probably greatest benefit is the fact that integration into the student […]

Student Accommodation Options Abroad – Part 1

Posted on December 9 2009 by Tara

In this article, the first part in a series looking at options for student housing and accommodation abroad, we will be looking at homestays. Homestays are when you go abroad and move in with a host family. Homestays are argued provide the greatest immersion in the host language and culture, giving you the opportunity to […]

Women more likely to study abroad

Posted on November 24 2009 by Tara

Statistics show that women study abroad in much higher numbers than men – and a new study may explain why.

Get an international student card

Posted on November 16 2009 by Kevin

One of the most important things to do, prior to heading out on a semester abroad is to make sure you get your hands on a student identity card. If you are a student enrolled at a school you automatically qualify for a student identity card. In some cases the international office at your school […]