In this week’s article Siobhan discusses how she’s still managing to enjoy herself in England, and gives her advice on how to preoccupy yourself while in isolation.
Each week Siobhan will be discussing her unusual year abroad experience and offering advice and tips for others along the way.
According to a report by The Higher Education Statistics Agency, (HESA) the number of international students enrolling into universities is back on the rise after a Brexit dip. HESA, a body made up of experts […]
Over the last 6 months, Hong Kong protests have paralysed the city and severely impacted the lives of those living there. Sofia Stuart Leeson talked to three European exchange students in Hong Kong to find […]
Over the past week, as many as 13 UK universities, including Edinburgh and Warwick, have recalled students studying abroad in Hong Kong due to the increasingly violent protests in the territory. The last few days […]
Although, not as popular as some other countries, many students in the UK indeed undertake study or work abroad placements every year through university connections or other programmes such as Erasmus. Of those who choose […]
I left for my year abroad in Amsterdam considering the clichéd sentiments and warnings that go hand in hand with the shadier sides of the city’s double-edged culture. Any prior trips to the so-called ‘City […]
Delilah is a third year student of English Literature studying in Venice, who now seems to spend the majority of her time reading books on boats and trying to communicate in horrific attempts at Italian. […]
Imogen is an English literature student spending her third year studying in Iceland. She prefers drawing to writing these days but needs to blog about Iceland because it’s so interesting. She misses Leeds but doesn’t […]
Molly Walker-Sharp tells The Gryphon about her personal experience of her year in Northern France and the pros and cons of choosing to study abroad. With study abroad opportunities becoming more and more popular in […]
As South America’s spindliest country, Chile is side-saddled between a gloriously blue Pacific Ocean, and the neighboring Latino countries of Argentina, Bolivia and Peru. However, aside from being the thinnest and longest country near the […]
Following the news of the Erasmus+ scheme being given the green light at European Parliament, LS looks at how students will benefit from an expansion of the study abroad programme and what we can expect in the […]