Study and work abroad

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for young people with global skills

Being an au pair in China during the Coronavirus outbreak

Hannah is a gap year student au pairing for a family in China during the Coronavirus pandemic. Here is her experience and advice.

by Hannah Rhodes

 
 
Erasmus+

The Mole Diaries: Mons, Belgium

by Jess Dunhill
 
Durham Uni

Why everyone should travel solo at one point in their life

by Alisa Anwar
 
Study Abroad

The Mole Diaries: Middelburg, The Netherlands

by Global Graduates
 
France

Marseille on a budget: top 8 bars and restaurants

by Olivia Neilson
 
France

Doing an internship at a 4* boutique hotel in Paris

by Global Graduates
 
Au pair

Life as an ‘Au pair’ abroad: faux pas and key advice

by Charlotte Daniels

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Erasmus+

The Mole Diaries: Mons, Belgium

by Jess Dunhill
 
Accommodation

How to deal with pre-year abroad nerves

by Rebecca Lally
 
China

12 tips for 12 months abroad

by Lena El-Sheikh
 
France

The year abroad: a parent's perspective

by Jessica Wells
 
Portugal

The Mole Diaries: Lisbon

by Connie Searle
 
Living and working in France

Where to live in Perpignan

by Elizabeth Gibson
 
Health & Fitness

10 things to sort before leaving for a study abroad year

by Elise Metcalf
 
France

Finding student accommodation in France: what Toulouse taught me

by Eleanor Gill
Q

Is anyone leaving their flat in Essen?

Germany
Q

How should I find accommodation in Sassari, Sardinia?

Italy
Q

Where should I look to find a flat in Ciudad Real?

Spain

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France

Doing an internship at a 4* boutique hotel in Paris

by Global Graduates
 
Study Abroad

5 ways a Year Abroad makes you more employable

by Charlotte Daniels
 
Spain

The Year Abroad: One Year Later

by Emma Brown
 
Spain

The benefits of spending a year abroad as a graduate

by Elise Davies
 
Careers

How has learning a language at university inspired you?

by Global Graduates
 
Advice

The MEMO Survey to track your progress abroad

by Matthew Hepburn
 
UK

8 reasons Brexit is fantastic for UK study/work abroad students and graduates

by Global Graduates
 
French

How to describe your language ability

by Matthew Hepburn
Q

Languages degree? unsure?

Careers
Q

Can you inspire me to keep my German going so I can become a Lawyer-Linguis...

Careers

It is WONDERFUL to hear that you might consider becoming a lawyer-linguist - what an incredible career path! It is hard, hard work, but worth EVERY second, as you will see from these articles we have...

Q

Are there any part-time jobs available in New Zealand?

Careers

Hi Pruthvi,If you're interested in learning more about what it's like to live and work in NZ, how about checking out our NZ section on ThirdYearAbroad.com? The NZ government's website has some great...

 
Advice

Why it's ok to hate your year abroad

by Lucy Colclough
 
France

Top tips for going abroad as a couple

by Louise Hall
 
Advice

Weird and wonderful ways to record your time abroad

by Elisa Potter
 
Advice

The Benefits of a Long Distance Relationship

by Rebecca Love
 
Advice

How to survive the year abroad in a long-distance relationship

by Rosemary Maher
 
Relationships

Surviving a long distance relationship on your Year Abroad

by Hayley French
 
Advice

Long distance break-up advice

by Jennifer Speller
 
Advice

Spending your year abroad as a couple

by Katie Gibson
Q

I'm really worried as my boyfriend is going to study in Canada for 5 years....

Long-distance relationship

Hi, a long distance relationship will always be hard but as long as you're both willing to work at it it could definitely work out! Always plan when you're next going to see each other and make sure y...

Q

Can my year abroad relationship survive my return to the UK?

Relationship

I have been in your shoes and one year after my year abroad (and having just graduated), I can confirm that a long-distance French-English relationship CAN work! My boyfriend and I had only been toget...

Q

Studying in America August 2015 for a year- long distance relationship?

America

Skype, email, write (real letters!), visit - the time will soon pass and your relationship may end up being all the stronger, with each of you enriched by separate experiences along the way.

 
France

Marseille on a budget: top 8 bars and restaurants

by Olivia Neilson
 
Durham Uni

Why everyone should travel solo at one point in their life

by Alisa Anwar
 
Study Abroad

The Mole Diaries: Neuchâtel, Switzerland

by Zoe Burt
 
Germany

A weekend in Berlin

by Helen Johnson
 
Portuguese

The Mole Diaries: São Paulo

by James Landymore
 
Accommodation

How to deal with pre-year abroad nerves

by Rebecca Lally
 
Languages

A step-by-step guide to making friends abroad

by Catherine Simpson
 
Spain

The Year Abroad: One Year Later

by Emma Brown