Munich

Top 10 things to do in Munich

Ice cream, inflatable pretzels, rooftop bars, surfing... Joanna's top ten things to do in Munich.

by Joanna Wilson

 
 
Toulouse

Places you should visit while in Toulouse (apart from Toulouse)

by Mireille Harper
 
Advice

Follow the Festivals!

by Global Graduates
 
Munich

Confessions of an English Language Assistant in Germany

by Esther Morrison
 
Munich

The Age of Dinosaurs: How did a Year Abroad work before the internet?

by Katie Ritson
 
Munich

Top tips for visiting Munich on a shoestring budget

by Louise Northcutt
 
Munich

Richard was a Language Assistant in Munich and is now an EU official at the European Commission

by Global Graduates

Mole Diaries

 
Munich

The Mole Diaries: Munich

by Elen Roberts

Questions about Munich

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Can anyone recommend the best SIM card to get in Germany to put into my unl...

Germany
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Is anyone else here spending the entire year in Munich from September?

Munich
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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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What's the best option in terms of mobile phones in Italy?

Munich

If you change your UK contract to Three, you can use all of your normal texts, minutes and Internet in Italy for no extra charges when contacting the UK or other people abroad on Three, and then just...

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Is it a bad idea to live with a friend from university on my year abroad?

Munich

I lived with a friend from university on my year abroad and it has its positives and negatives.  It's great to have someone there you know with whom you can share tips and advice, and to keep the...

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How does the year abroad work for mature students with family?

Cologne

From the British Council:Thanks for sharing this; as you are probably aware there are no age restrictions to taking part in Erasmus/Erasmus+ at HE, so there is no formal guidance for mature students â...

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Will going to Barcelona on my year abroad be detrimental to speaking Spanis...

Munich

Catalan and Spanish coexist in both society and schools in Catalonia, but the PP are determined to make Spanish the more prominent of the two. Also, Barcelona in particular has a lot of Latin American...

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I am asthmatic - what's the best way for me to manage my prescriptions duri...

Munich

Asthma doesn't have to be a problem during your year abroad. Speak to your doctor before you leave; if you explain the situation, they will usually be very accommodating and will supply you with enou...

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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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