A blog post by Beaudine Schalk an Erasmus exchange student from the Netherlands One year ago I was at the point of quitting my studies in the Netherlands, because I did not want to go […]
A blog by international student Eva Van De Sande I’m really glad that I made the decision to go to the University of Worcester. I’m here as an exchange student from the Netherlands for a […]
A Blog by Ben Walsh This summer I had an amazing experience working at a children’s summer camp in America for two months. My role was a “general counsellor” which basically means that I taught […]
Only one more sleep until Christmas! Have you ever wondered how Christmas is celebrated in different countries? Every country and culture celebrates Christmas differently. Some celebrate the festive period in a specific way, while others don’t celebrate this holiday at all! Here are my experiences of celebrating Christmas back home in the Czech Republic.
Whether it is one year, a semester, jetting off for some voluntary experience or attending a summer school, studying abroad is TOTALLY WORTH IT! I am writing this from my own perspective after my recent experience of studying abroad with the University of Worcester. I began with the process of applying for a semester abroad, then the interview and finally I studied in another country. Keep reading to hear about my experiences and top tips on studying abroad.
International conferences can be, to quote Charles Dickens’s A Tale of Two Cities, like both “the best of times” and “the worst of times”. You’re performing on the world’s stage, your audience will be […]
I cannot believe I am writing this second blog knowing I fly home in under 7 weeks! It’s crazy to think I have already been here in the US for 10 weeks. I have to say, the American food has definitely won me over – it’s amazing!
I’m Jenny, a second year Education Studies student and new student blogger. I’m currently writing my very first blog post from the other side of the world! I was given a great opportunity to come and study abroad at Federation University in Australia. I cannot thank University of Worcester enough for this trip of a lifetime.