Lancaster University

Lancaster University
International Office C Floor, University House

Most Lancaster undergraduate students have the opportunity to go abroad to study as part of their degree usually for a year at one of our partners. However some departments now have a one term study abroad option. The International Office hold a series of workshops and drop in sessions to help guide you through the study abroad application process.

 

The Mole Diaries: Tyrol (Volume 2)

Helen spent half of her year abroad working as a Language Assistant in Kitzbühel, Tyrol, Austria. Here is her guide to moving to and living in the region.

by Helen Parkinson

 
 
Austria

The Mole Diaries: Graz

by Katie Gough
 
Accommodation

The 5 Unspoken Dilemmas of Hostelling

by Katie Gough
 
Austria

The other side of the Year Abroad story

by Katie Gough
 
Austria

Forget German discoveries, think Austrian adventures!

by Katie Gough
 
France

4 reasons to forget France and switch to Switzerland!

by Helen Parkinson
 
German

How volunteering can give your language skills a helping hand

by Helen Parkinson

Mole Diaries

 
Austria

The Mole Diaries: Tyrol (Volume 2)

by Helen Parkinson
 
Austria

The Mole Diaries: Graz

by Katie Gough
 
Spain

The Mole Diaries: Granada (Volume 2)

by Ailish McVeigh
 
Mexico

The Mole Diaries: Mexico

by Levi Ramsden
 
French

The Mole Diaries: Antibes

by Helen Saul
 
Granada

The Mole Diaries: Granada

by Rebecca Nobes
 
Brussels

The Mole Diaries: Brussels

by Rebecca Nobes
 
Spain

The Mole Diaries: Bilbao

by Lucy Fisher

Questions about Lancaster Uni

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Is anybody looking for accommodation in Cologne, Germany as of July/August?

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Can anyone recommend any (preferably translation) companies in either Germa...

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Places for learning Russian?

Russia

Hi Josh,Have you checked out our #YearOverHere campaign? There are some great resources on there for learning Russian and listings of Russian-themed events going on in the UK.It could be a good place...

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Are currency cards beneficial on a year abroad?

Dresden

I used a Caxton Fx Euro card throughout my Year Abroad and it was a really great decision. Free to load money, free to withdraw from most ATMs and decent exchange rate. I didn't have any problems and...

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