Studying abroad in the UK can be a daunting experience, but with this short guide and these 10 simple tips, you’ll have the time of your life:
We’ve heard it time and time again, employers want graduates to have experience. It’s become a broken record and the vicious circle continues; to have a job, you need experience, to get experience, you need a job! It’s not all doom and gloom however, as an often overlooked and at times easier way to get this all-important experience, is to work abroad. Now, I hope I’m already preaching to the converted writing this article on StudentUniverse but if I still haven’t convinced you, here’s why you should consider working abroad:
A big part of any study abroad experience in the UK is exploring and making the most of the opportunity to see awesome new things. But where do you start? We’re here to help with our top 7 things we think you have to do during your time in the UK.
This post is courtesy of Monica Arora.
Studying in London, you will not only learn a thing about how to master one of the world’s oldest cities, but you will also learn a few things about yourself. Things and events will happen to you that will you make you dance with joy, terrify you, or will have you scratching your head at one in the morning while waiting for a bus home. Here are some of those “things” as told by my favorite movie set in London, 101 Dalmatians.
If you’re lucky enough to have a semester or year where you study abroad, hopefully you’ll give England a visit. I live here, went to university here and have met some lovely people from the USA who were studying abroad here. So I think I’m a qualified source to provide some sage advice and inside tips for students studying in the UK.