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Top tips on what you should do in an emergency abroad; travel advice, useful numbers and what to do if you lose your passport.

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What kind of documentation is needed as proof of work abroad?

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Can I watch Corrie in St. Paul. MN. ?

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Hi there! Check out the answers to How can I watch Coronation Street abroad?Popular soap, that!Enjoy :)

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Finding a flat in Hamburg..?

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What differences are there when studying in the USA?

Help

Hi Laura,There are a couple of great articles on studying in the USA on TYA.com that might give you an insight into what it's like!A semester in LouisianaFloridays: My Miami adventure so farThe TYA Te...

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University Halls or Private renting in Milan?

Rental

Hello!I did an internship in Milan this time last year. I went with my wife and young child so we decided to rent privately and we needed to sort something out before we arrived.We decided to use AirB...

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How to study in the US?

America

Hi Tom, Have you contacted the Staffordshire Study Abroad department? That should be your first point of call, as each university has a difference policy on which students can go abroad, as well as w...

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How do I go about finding out about living with a family?

Year Abroad

Hiya,This account of living with a host family during the year abroad might be helpful!The TYA Team

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When you have a question about studying abroad, who are you most likely to...

Study Abroad

Personally, I found that my tutor and uni study abroad office weren't much help in the lead up to my year abroad. We had one meeting where they mainly spoke about the British Council Language Assistan...

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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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