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What to Know About Living Abroad

| 05/06/2014 | 1 Comment

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Are you a person who is sick and tired of almost everything in your country? You already hate the silly laws of your country, your job with the same routine, the same dull life.

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Culture Shock: A Guide to Moving Abroad

| 16/12/2013 | 0 Comments

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If you have to move overseas or to a country with a culture that is significantly different from yours, however you will need to adapt to many new things you may not be used to.

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Preparing for the Worst of Student Moving Day

| 03/12/2013 | 0 Comments

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There are many reasons why we can get stressed out during a move, however things get infinitely more strange and difficult when we need to move as students.

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How to adapt to British Culture – from eHOW

| 23/05/2012 | 4 Comments

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One of the most popular article is the Stereotypes about British Culture – how true they are?. One can argue they are true or not experiences decide. I found an interesting article about British stereotypes from an American point of view. For example “be prepared for smaller places” etc. The article written by eHOW.
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Multilingual job seekers: Promote Yourself!

| 10/04/2012 | 0 Comments

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If you have studied in different countries and therefore speak more than one language then you are very lucky! Effectively promoting this is essential when you are job hunting because you need to make recruiters aware of the fact that you are different, and that you put effort into maintaining your languages and can use [...]

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5 tips for saving money while studying abroad

| 22/08/2011 | 7 Comments

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The world is your oyster… isn’t that how the old saying goes? Well, they failed to mention that the oyster is going to cost you a pretty penny, especially if you study abroad in the UK.
Don’t get discouraged yet however, because if you’re disciplined with your resources then you can definitely make the move a [...]

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Dangers of Study Abroad

| 19/07/2011 | 3 Comments

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Most of us who are passionate about international travel, inter-cultural learning and studying abroad know how essential it is to visit other countries to learn from a different perspective. It’s the opportunity of a lifetime. However, we also take risks when we travel abroad. As soon as we set foot in a foreign country, we [...]

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Is gap year means wasting your youth?

| 08/09/2010 | 5 Comments

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I never had a “gap year” and I always felt a little bit envy about those students who did it. In my mind gap year means take a year off to rethink your future, maybe earn some money for future expenses, travel around a world with backpacks and so on. I red a very interesting [...]

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Accommodation options for study abroad students in UK

| 02/07/2010 | 14 Comments

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When you done processing your application, tuition fees and VISA next obviously where to stay? All of us want to be in the safe side when we arrive to United Kingdom. Below is a guide to help you with different accommodation choices you can choose from to make your study in UK more comfortable.
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Before moving abroad – blog.lingojob.com

| 29/06/2010 | 2 Comments

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Very useful article from Lingojob Blog about what you should keep in mind before moving abroad. Most of us focusing on what to pack, where to live, find nearby accommodation to your university, organize goodbye parties and so on. This very nice well structured article below focusing on how to prepare yourself before moving abroad [...]

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