My First Month Abroad – Nasser Ghaffar

I landed in Heathrow airport in London on Sunday, September 16th. In the time span of one month I have traveled to Paris and Amsterdam, while also traveling around the UK. I have to admit that I was nervous when I decided to spend the semester abroad in the UK. The days leading up to … Continue reading My First Month Abroad – Nasser Ghaffar

A bus journey I’ll never forget – Katie Bevan

I always knew that waving goodbye to my parents for nine months at the airport would be hard and as much as I prepared myself for that moment, a spell of tears felt inevitable. I guess those of us that have had an emotional airport encounter are very lucky to be in a position where … Continue reading A bus journey I’ll never forget – Katie Bevan

An introvert’s survival guide to study abroad – by Elana Medlicott

Studying overseas is generally depicted as an adventure of a lifetime, an ongoing party (with some studying on the side), and what will undoubtedly be one of the greatest experiences of one’s life. I am not going to attempt to dispute these perceptions, because frankly, I believe them to be true. However, what is often … Continue reading An introvert’s survival guide to study abroad – by Elana Medlicott