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Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

BEING from Nicaragua, a Latin American country right in the middle of America, has never been so challenging when it comes to applying for scholarships on the other side of the world. I have to be honest, it is not easy....

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From Denmark to Sri Lanka: Why am I Spending Time Abroad?

From Denmark to Sri Lanka: Why am I Spending Time Abroad?

AFTER graduating high school in my home country of Slovakia, I got an opportunity to live and study in Denmark. As I started to research life in Denmark I put my expectations high. According the UN World Happiness Report...

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A Quick Guide to Study Visas in Canada

A Quick Guide to Study Visas in Canada

Official figures show that an increasing number of foreign students are choosing Canada as their go-to destination for university education. This is no surprise, as Canada offers a very high standard of living and, according...

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AFRICA

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

BEING from Nicaragua, a Latin American country right in the middle of America, has never been so challenging when it comes to applying for scholarships on the other side of the world. I have to be honest, it is not easy....

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Why I Chose a Post-Graduate Diploma in Endangered Species Recovery

Why I Chose a Post-Graduate Diploma in Endangered Species Recovery

WITH an endless supply of study abroad options, it is always interesting to see why people choose their courses. For her post-graduate diploma, Jennifer Parker studied Endangered Spieces Recovery in Mauritius with the Durell...

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5 Types of Volunteering (And Where to Do It)

5 Types of Volunteering (And Where to Do It)

"We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give." ~ Winston Churchill   MANY people see volunteering as a necessary, but perhaps boring, way to gain early experience and develop...

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ASIA

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

BEING from Nicaragua, a Latin American country right in the middle of America, has never been so challenging when it comes to applying for scholarships on the other side of the world. I have to be honest, it is not easy....

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Memorials Around the World:  Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

Memorials Around the World: Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

REMEMBERING members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty is a time-honoured tradition in many countries and official commemorative events began in 1919, after World War I. For most countries in the Commonwealth,...

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5 Types of Volunteering (And Where to Do It)

5 Types of Volunteering (And Where to Do It)

"We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give." ~ Winston Churchill   MANY people see volunteering as a necessary, but perhaps boring, way to gain early experience and develop...

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AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

BEING from Nicaragua, a Latin American country right in the middle of America, has never been so challenging when it comes to applying for scholarships on the other side of the world. I have to be honest, it is not easy....

Read More
Memorials Around the World:  Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

Memorials Around the World: Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

REMEMBERING members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty is a time-honoured tradition in many countries and official commemorative events began in 1919, after World War I. For most countries in the Commonwealth,...

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Taking Anxiety Abroad: New Zealand

Taking Anxiety Abroad: New Zealand

FOR someone who suffers from depression and anxiety, doing something as simple as getting out of bed can be an achievement. My mental health has never made me struggle to that extent, however the thought of travelling alone...

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CANADA

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

BEING from Nicaragua, a Latin American country right in the middle of America, has never been so challenging when it comes to applying for scholarships on the other side of the world. I have to be honest, it is not easy....

Read More
A Quick Guide to Study Visas in Canada

A Quick Guide to Study Visas in Canada

Official figures show that an increasing number of foreign students are choosing Canada as their go-to destination for university education. This is no surprise, as Canada offers a very high standard of living and, according...

Read More
Memorials Around the World:  Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

Memorials Around the World: Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

REMEMBERING members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty is a time-honoured tradition in many countries and official commemorative events began in 1919, after World War I. For most countries in the Commonwealth,...

Read More

EUROPE

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

BEING from Nicaragua, a Latin American country right in the middle of America, has never been so challenging when it comes to applying for scholarships on the other side of the world. I have to be honest, it is not easy....

Read More
Memorials Around the World:  Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

Memorials Around the World: Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

REMEMBERING members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty is a time-honoured tradition in many countries and official commemorative events began in 1919, after World War I. For most countries in the Commonwealth,...

Read More
5 Must-See Films That Explain Portugal to International Students

5 Must-See Films That Explain Portugal to International Students

IF YOU'RE going to live in another country to study, you’re going to want to understand the place as much as possible. Knowing a bit about the country before you go will help you integrate, make friends and get...

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FRANCE

Memorials Around the World:  Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

Memorials Around the World: Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

REMEMBERING members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty is a time-honoured tradition in many countries and official commemorative events began in 1919, after World War I. For most countries in the Commonwealth,...

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Live Like a Local: Useful Phrases Around the World

Live Like a Local: Useful Phrases Around the World

WHEN you’re studying and living in different countries, it helps to have one or two phrases up your sleeve to make interactions that little bit easier. But while it’s all very well knowing how to ask where the...

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Top 10 Places for a Free or Low Cost Degree

Top 10 Places for a Free or Low Cost Degree

NUS research published today shows that almost half of last year's UK graduates live with their parents six months after graduating and are struggling with their tuition fee debts. UK graduates of 2015 were the...

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GERMANY

Memorials Around the World:  Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

Memorials Around the World: Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

REMEMBERING members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty is a time-honoured tradition in many countries and official commemorative events began in 1919, after World War I. For most countries in the Commonwealth,...

Read More
Live Like a Local: Useful Phrases Around the World

Live Like a Local: Useful Phrases Around the World

WHEN you’re studying and living in different countries, it helps to have one or two phrases up your sleeve to make interactions that little bit easier. But while it’s all very well knowing how to ask where the...

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Top 10 Places for a Free or Low Cost Degree

Top 10 Places for a Free or Low Cost Degree

NUS research published today shows that almost half of last year's UK graduates live with their parents six months after graduating and are struggling with their tuition fee debts. UK graduates of 2015 were the...

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IRELAND

Festivals for the Dead: Halloween Around the World

Festivals for the Dead: Halloween Around the World

AMERICA is commonly seen as the home of Halloween, and it certainly celebrates in style – but many other cultures around the world celebrate this time of year with ancient and elaborate festivals devoted to the dead....

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10 Useful Irish Phrases for Study Abroad

10 Useful Irish Phrases for Study Abroad

STUDYING abroad in Ireland seems like a completely reasonable thing to do if you’re a monolingual English speaker and don’t necessarily have time to pick up another language before you embark on your adventure....

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St Paddy'??s or St Patty's? 5 St Patrick's Day Differences in the USA and Ireland

St Paddy'??s or St Patty's? 5 St Patrick's Day Differences in the USA and Ireland

Maggie Bonsey is a PhD student who has experienced St Patrick’s Day on both sides of the Atlantic while studying. We asked for her take on the differences between the USA and Ireland’s celebrations in Boston...

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LATIN AMERICA

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

BEING from Nicaragua, a Latin American country right in the middle of America, has never been so challenging when it comes to applying for scholarships on the other side of the world. I have to be honest, it is not easy....

Read More
Festivals for the Dead: Halloween Around the World

Festivals for the Dead: Halloween Around the World

AMERICA is commonly seen as the home of Halloween, and it certainly celebrates in style – but many other cultures around the world celebrate this time of year with ancient and elaborate festivals devoted to the dead....

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5 Types of Volunteering (And Where to Do It)

5 Types of Volunteering (And Where to Do It)

"We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give." ~ Winston Churchill   MANY people see volunteering as a necessary, but perhaps boring, way to gain early experience and develop...

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NETHERLANDS

Memorials Around the World:  Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

Memorials Around the World: Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

REMEMBERING members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty is a time-honoured tradition in many countries and official commemorative events began in 1919, after World War I. For most countries in the Commonwealth,...

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Language Lessons from the Netherlands: Dat is Andere Koek!

Language Lessons from the Netherlands: Dat is Andere Koek!

IT may not have the global presence of English, the suave appeal of French or the intensity of Spanish, but learning Dutch is definitely worth it if you’re ever thinking of studying in the Netherlands. Having spent...

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Orange Tulip Scholarship: 7 Essential Tips Before Applying

Orange Tulip Scholarship: 7 Essential Tips Before Applying

THE Netherlands is among the most coveted higher education destinations for prospective students. In order to ensure that as many students can benefit from Dutch university education, a number of scholarships have been set...

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POLAND

5 Best Places to Study in Europe in English

5 Best Places to Study in Europe in English

EUROPEAN education systems are, and always have been, quite prestigious and held in high regard all around the globe. There are a number of reasons why they’re so good – it might have something to do with that...

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5 Cheap Places to Study Medicine in Europe

5 Cheap Places to Study Medicine in Europe

GOING to university isn’t exactly the cheapest of choices, especially not when you do a medicine course and you’re studying all the ins and outs for the best part of a decade. However, as is always the case with...

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Poland Wants 100,000 International Students, Will You Be One of Them?

Poland Wants 100,000 International Students, Will You Be One of Them?

POLAND has been a little behind the rest of Europe when it comes to attracting international students. But now, all that will change as Polish universities aim to more than double their student numbers between now and 2020,...

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SCANDINAVIA

Festivals for the Dead: Halloween Around the World

Festivals for the Dead: Halloween Around the World

AMERICA is commonly seen as the home of Halloween, and it certainly celebrates in style – but many other cultures around the world celebrate this time of year with ancient and elaborate festivals devoted to the dead....

Read More
Live Like a Local: Useful Phrases Around the World

Live Like a Local: Useful Phrases Around the World

WHEN you’re studying and living in different countries, it helps to have one or two phrases up your sleeve to make interactions that little bit easier. But while it’s all very well knowing how to ask where the...

Read More
Top 10 Places for a Free or Low Cost Degree

Top 10 Places for a Free or Low Cost Degree

NUS research published today shows that almost half of last year's UK graduates live with their parents six months after graduating and are struggling with their tuition fee debts. UK graduates of 2015 were the...

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SPAIN

Top 10 Places for a Free or Low Cost Degree

Top 10 Places for a Free or Low Cost Degree

NUS research published today shows that almost half of last year's UK graduates live with their parents six months after graduating and are struggling with their tuition fee debts. UK graduates of 2015 were the...

Read More
5 Best Places to Study in Europe in English

5 Best Places to Study in Europe in English

EUROPEAN education systems are, and always have been, quite prestigious and held in high regard all around the globe. There are a number of reasons why they’re so good – it might have something to do with that...

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My Student City: Granda, Spain

My Student City: Granda, Spain

WANT to know why people study in Granada, Spain? Ruben is a Marketing graduate who has studied in Spain and Scotland. We've asked him what is (and isn't) so great about Granada. You can read his other My Student...

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SWITZERLAND

Top 10 Places for a Free or Low Cost Degree

Top 10 Places for a Free or Low Cost Degree

NUS research published today shows that almost half of last year's UK graduates live with their parents six months after graduating and are struggling with their tuition fee debts. UK graduates of 2015 were the...

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6 Futuristic Cities for Studying Technology Degrees

6 Futuristic Cities for Studying Technology Degrees

1. San Jose, USA Touted as the capital of Silicone Valley, it has a firm grasp of the wider world and the international tech scene – it’s home Adobe and eBay, for example. Software Engineering, Information...

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My Student City: Geneva, Switzerland

My Student City: Geneva, Switzerland

WHAT makes people study in Geneva, Switzerland? We asked Colin Paterson, originally from Canada, what he enjoyed about studying in the 'city of peace'. STUDEMT WORLD ONLINE: What do you love about Geneva? COLIN:...

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TURKEY

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

BEING from Nicaragua, a Latin American country right in the middle of America, has never been so challenging when it comes to applying for scholarships on the other side of the world. I have to be honest, it is not easy....

Read More
Live Like a Local: Useful Phrases Around the World

Live Like a Local: Useful Phrases Around the World

WHEN you’re studying and living in different countries, it helps to have one or two phrases up your sleeve to make interactions that little bit easier. But while it’s all very well knowing how to ask where the...

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10 Best Student Cities for Art & Architecture

10 Best Student Cities for Art & Architecture

IF you are moving to a new city for your studies, one of your criteria should be to fall in love with the place at first sight. After all, you will be spending the next few years of your life there, so you will want to live...

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UNITED KINGDOM

Top UK Universities for Journalism Degrees: Undergraduate

Top UK Universities for Journalism Degrees: Undergraduate

THERE are so many things you need to consider when picking a university to do your journalism course at. Is it accredited? Are there good job opportunities after graduation? How well will it equip you for a journalism job?...

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Memorials Around the World:  Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

Memorials Around the World: Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

REMEMBERING members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty is a time-honoured tradition in many countries and official commemorative events began in 1919, after World War I. For most countries in the Commonwealth,...

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10 Good Reasons to Study at the University of Bristol

10 Good Reasons to Study at the University of Bristol

THE University of Bristol is one of the top places to study in the UK and has produced many graduates who have gone on to great success in a range of fields. There are many reasons why you should study at the University...

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USA

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

BEING from Nicaragua, a Latin American country right in the middle of America, has never been so challenging when it comes to applying for scholarships on the other side of the world. I have to be honest, it is not easy....

Read More
Memorials Around the World:  Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

Memorials Around the World: Remembering Members of the Armed Forces

REMEMBERING members of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty is a time-honoured tradition in many countries and official commemorative events began in 1919, after World War I. For most countries in the Commonwealth,...

Read More
Festivals for the Dead: Halloween Around the World

Festivals for the Dead: Halloween Around the World

AMERICA is commonly seen as the home of Halloween, and it certainly celebrates in style – but many other cultures around the world celebrate this time of year with ancient and elaborate festivals devoted to the dead....

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