Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh
Exchanges offer the opportunity to travel and live in another country and learn different customs and traditions. You will also encounter different ways of learning, make new friends and learn new skills to add to your CV. We have a number of exchange agreements with universities in Europe, USA, Canada, and Australia. Exchange programmes allow students to study for periods of three months, one semester, or two semesters in a university in another country. There are two types of exchange available: those arranged though the Erasmus programme of the European Union and those arranged with non-European Universities.
Dealing with anxiety while on an exchange
Lydia spent 5 months on an exchange in Canada. Here she tells us about the ups and downs she experienced, and gives her advice for coping with anxiety abroad.
by Lydia Latham
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