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Victoria is on a British Council Generation UK Study China scholarship. She is studying Chinese at Qingdao University for a semester. Here's her advice!

by Victoria Leigh

 
 
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The Mole Diaries: Qingdao

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Questions about StudyWorkCreate

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Is there leniency with your end date for British Council?

British Council

I'd recommend looking up school holidays in Germany first (assuming you haven't already done that) - as if it's anything like the French system they have half terms etc., and it may well be that the 2...

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ETA in India - starting date?

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How many places are available for the English Language Assistant programme...

StudyWorkCreate

Hi there,This year there are over 150 places for English Language Assistants in China - and so far around 400 people have started an application. Anyone who submits a strong online applciation will be...

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Can I make changes to my application for the English Language Assistant Pro...

StudyWorkCreate

Unfortunately it's not possible to make changes to your on-line application after it's been completed :( However, we can still take your request into consideration. As a next step, please email the t...

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How old do I have to be to qualify for the European Voluntary Service?

StudyWorkCreate

Hi there, With the European Voluntary Service, you can't apply for funding  yourself, so you'll need to join an accredited sending or host organisation, and one of them will apply to Erasmus+ fo...

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Teaching in india - speaking Hindi an advantage?

StudyWorkCreate

Hi there, Speaking Hindi isn't a requirement of the application process, but it does show great interest in Indian culture - Generation UK India is looking for applicants who are genuinely interested...

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Left behind in final year?

StudyWorkCreate

100% worth it! I dreaded going abroad at first but honestly it was the best year of my uni career so far :) and also don't wish time away, jobs definitely aren't all they're cracked up to be - enjoy u...

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I love it so much out here in France! Can I do another year with British Co...

British Council

British council lets you do a repeat year but you'll have to check with your university :)

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Any advice on how to integrate effectively with locals?

Integration

Hi there, Here are a few tips I have to help integrate with the locals:Live with locals: while it can seem intimidating, and sometimes it doesn't work out the way you hoped, the best way to get to kn...

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