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How to cope with a strong dialect on your year abroad

Here is Joanne's advice about the challenges she has faced working and living where there is a strong dialect in Germany, and how to cope.

by Joanne Cornish

Work Abroad

Why you should seriously consider an Erasmus+ Traineeship

by Global Graduates
Exeter Uni

UKIERI Study India: The highs, the lows, and the unexpected

by Alice Lynch
Study Abroad

What to do when all you want to do is go home

by Emily Maybanks
Study Abroad

Studying abroad with a long-term health condition

by Emily Maybanks

A survival guide to eating out in Paris

by Charlotte Aitken
Language Assistant

The benefits of working in a small town as a Language Assistant

by Grace Marsh

The Best of the Rest

Study Abroad

The Mole Diaries: San Diego

by Parisa Ahmadian
Birmingham Uni

48 hours in Singapore

by Sarah Ricketts

Sun, sangria and sex abroad...

by Alexia Cowley

The Toulouse Student’s Sightseeing Checklist

by Mireille Harper

The 7 stages of your love affair with your new language

by Lucy Baughan
Mole Diaries

The Mole Diaries: Amsterdam (Volume 2)

by Ellie Gates
Language Assistant

The 9 apps every year abroad student should have on their phone

by Katie De Salis

Is it worth working extra hours on top of the Language Assistant programme?

by Charlotte Aitken

Christmas on your year abroad: to come home or not to come home?

by Sarah Ricketts

Why Britain should remain in the EU

by Helen Campbell

How to get the perfect private tutoring job

by Elizabeth Gardiner

Interview: advice for solo female travellers

by Lexie Hall

Being a lone female traveller in Southeast Asia

by Emma Fleming

Things you should know before doing an Assistantship

by Grace Marsh

Music in Australia: unmissable festivals and bands

by Abi Yates
Birmingham Uni

What to do if you get robbed abroad

by Sarah Ricketts