Frankfurt

The Mole Diaries: Frankfurt (Volume 2)

Mike Winnington is studying Modern European Studies (French, German and Politics) at the University of Nottingham. After spending seven months as a Teaching Ass...

by Mike Winnington

 
 
Frankfurt

The Mole Diaries: Frankfurt

by Victoria Fenny
 
Frankfurt

Victoria studied abroad in Frankfurt and is now a PhD student

by Global Graduates
 
Living and working in Germany

Extracurricular classes on your year abroad in Germany

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Frankfurt

Frankfurt

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Mole Diaries

 
Frankfurt

The Mole Diaries: Frankfurt (Volume 2)

by Mike Winnington
 
Frankfurt

The Mole Diaries: Frankfurt

by Victoria Fenny

Questions about Frankfurt

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Genuine education should comprise of writing and with goodness writing abil...

Frankfurt
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How do you make your new apartment abroad homely with such a small luggage...

Spain

Hi there! I was incredibly homesick when I first arrived, and my room was soooo different to my room at home that making it seem "homely" seemed impossible - but after a few weeks, it became "home" in...

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About Comenius assistanships: is it possible to apply for overseas territor...

Living and working in Germany

These options now come under Erasmus+ and, yes, it is possible to apply for them. For assistantships, you can express a preference, but there is no guarantee that you will get what you want. You can o...

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Did anyone get welfare support or mental health help on their year abroad?

Hamburg

Your home university should continue to support you, if only with advice. And you will be able to contact your tutors, even if they do not automatically contact you. Many UK universities have designat...

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How long does it take for British Council language assistants to find out t...

Frankfurt

I went to France, not Spain, but I didn't find out until late August. I don't know of anyone who found out later than August. It's generally easier to find accommodation when you're there anyway, actu...

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Which Italian cities are best for students?

Living and working in Germany

You can definitely spend your Italian year abroad in Venice, Florence or Rome - I spent mine in Florence and it was just FANTASTIC, mainly because I made a huge effort to live with and integrate with...

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I am currently studying Spanish; where can I go for my year abroad?

Frankfurt

The most obvious answer to this question - for somewhere Spanish-speaking, relatively safe and inexpensive - is Spain! It may seem a bit dull compared to Latin America, but Spain itself is so diverse...

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Can I study abroad when I don't study a language?

Hamburg

If you speak to your University, they may be able to help you organise a Year Abroad as it is becoming more and more popular for students from all disciplines to study/work abroad.My University has no...

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