I spent a while thinking about what to write for this blog post, and the only thing that came to my head was something a little depressing. So I read through my previous posts and realised I had never written about what an average day in Uppsala consists of. Bearing in mind that I spend … Continue reading A day in the life of a student in Sweden – Kyran Penny
From the previous post, it is no secret that I am a big fan of food. During the weekend, I left for Manchester with my buddy in search for more tantalizing, mouth-watering experiences. Although the city has a rich industrial heritage, this has not dulled their culinary sense in any way. Neither did the bloody … Continue reading Food Visuals in Manchester – Annabel Shi Min Pang
When I moved to London in 2014, I was alone with a suitcase and a duvet. By the time I reached the end of the summer term, I was still alone with a suitcase and a duvet. This wasn’t because I hadn’t made any friends, it was because they’d all gleefully abandoned me to travel … Continue reading Summer in the City – Chloe Ratcliffe
I left London mid-June, and every day since then has been a constant reminder that I’m not there. I’m in my final semester of university right now, and I can honestly say that I always come back to the fact that I want to be back in London. I miss it. I miss the bustle … Continue reading Things I miss about London – Miriam Jaffe
Hello again! When I wrote about readjusting to life at Scripps, I promised to write something about what one of my typical days may look like, and as promised, here it is! My days vary in busyness, but Wednesdays are my busiest, and most varied days class-wise. I feel like walking around the campus here … Continue reading A (Wednes)day in the life at Scripps
Meet Gilman Scholar Elizabeth Camarillo Gutierrez. Elizabeth is studying at QMUL under the Gilman Scholarship Programme and is blogging along the way! You can also follow Elizabeth’s blogging journey on the Gilman Global Experience Blog. Find out more about the Gilman Scholarship Programme here and thanks to Gilman for sharing this content!
I began to seriously consider studying abroad the summer before my third year of University. I had always told myself that I would study abroad, but in a very idealistic sense. In reality, I knew very little about international travel or the practicalities and logistics of becoming a student in another country. While my parents … Continue reading Lasting benefits of studying abroad – Carly Noah