King's College London

King's College London
Study Abroad Office, Room K0.60

Going global during your degree is likely to expand your mind, broaden your horizons, increase your employability, develop new skills, create opportunities for new discussions and new ideas, flip your perspective, and generally make for a potentially life-changing experience (or at least so we've been told by those who've gone before).

Monday-Friday, 09:00-13:00 and 14:00-17:00

 

My year abroad in 5 photos: Georgetown University, USA

Josh's five photographs which epitomise his year abroad at Georgetown University in Washington DC.

by Josh Duxbury

 
 
Germany

Top 10 things to do in Munich

by Joanna Wilson
 
Portugal

The Mole Diaries: Lisbon

by Connie Searle
 
Mexico

Christmas abroad: The highs and lows

by Suzanna Ruth
 
France

5 Photos: My Year Abroad in Aix-en-Provence

by Christina Vieira-Barry
 
Spanish

The Mole Diaries: Mexico (Volume 2)

by Suzanna Ruth
 
Mexico

Surviving a (very) long distance relationship

by Suzanna Ruth

Mole Diaries

 
Portugal

The Mole Diaries: Lisbon

by Connie Searle
 
Spanish

The Mole Diaries: Mexico (Volume 2)

by Suzanna Ruth
 
Portuguese

The Mole Diaries: Maputo, Mozambique

by Eleanor Osborne
 
Study Abroad

The Mole Diaries: San Diego

by Parisa Ahmadian
 
French

The Mole Diaries: Nantes (Volume 2)

by Wan Fan
 
France

The Mole Diaries: Montpellier

by Maria Tomlinson

Questions about King's College London

Q

Is there a particularly good website to find au pairing work in Italy?

Year Abroad

Hi Beniamino,There is a great article on ThirdYearAbroad.com about au pairing in Italy, which recommends aupairworld.net. Hope that it's useful!The TYA Team

Q

Is there a way to transfer money to the US without paying bank charges?

Bank

Hi Margot,Have you checked out TransferWise? They're a really great company that allow you to bypass banks and transfer money all over the world with super low fees! There's an article with more detai...

Q

Is it absolutely essential to get the spanish NIE whilst on your year abroa...

NIE

I would say yes. When living in Galicia, I needed the NIE to open my bank account, get a flat, get a library card and as my main form of ID for alcohol and to rent a car etc (because I didnt want to l...

Q

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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