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Studying or working abroad is an exciting and rewarding experience that adds an international element to your degree scheme. At the University of Bristol, the Global Opportunities Team helps facilitate over 600 international placements each year.

 

The Mole Diaries: Costa Rica

Constance Malleret is studying French and Spanish at the University of Bristol. After a comfortable semester as an Erasmus student in Toulouse, she plunged into...

by Constance Malleret

 
 
Study Abroad

The reality of living in bunk beds on your year abroad

by Mairead Finlay
 
French

The thoughts you have when packing for a year abroad

by Mairead Finlay
 
France

Why I love NOT living in Paris

by Camilla Gash
 
Russia

10 things I've learnt in Krasnodar, Russia

by Sophie Milner
 
French

What it's really like to work in a multilingual environment

by Rashina Gajjar
 
Italy

How living with a host family affects your year abroad

by Suzie McKee

Mole Diaries

 
Work Abroad

The Mole Diaries: Costa Rica

by Constance Malleret
 
Russia

The Mole Diaries: Tomsk (Volume 2)

by Alex Marrow
 
French

The Mole Diaries: St. Laurent du Maroni, French Guiana

by Polly Johnson

Questions about Bristol Uni

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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...

Q

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...

Q

University of Salamanca term dates?

Salamanca

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Anyone studying in Denmark? or at Aarhus university? how did you find it? w...

Denmark

Hiya,As a start for you, there's a great Copenhagen Mole Diary on ThirdYearAbroad.com, with some good general advice for Denmark, as well as this account of living with locals during a year abroad at...

Q

Anyone leaving a flat in Bordeaux that I could rent between mid August - en...

Accommodation

Hi Lily,Hope you found somewhere!If not, here are some useful links that might help with the search.The TYA Team

Q

Convention de stage for graduates?

Convention de stage

Unfortunately you must be registered with some sort of educational institution (or I think, the pôle emploi also provide them) to get a convention de stage. The whole point is that the stage is work...

Q

Which UK bank account for the year abroad?

Finance

Hi there,I'd definitely recommend MetroBank - they have free withdrawals from ATMs in Europe, and also no charge to pay for things using the card itself. I set one up before going on a summer course i...

Q

Can anyone help me find accommodation in Munich?

Accommodation

Hi Dave,I hope you were successful in finding accommodation!We have these German accommodation websites recommended on TYA.com, but please do share any others you've discovered in the last few months....

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Accomodation in Córdoba, Argentina?

Argentina

Hi there,We're sure you're sorted by now, but please do check out our Argentina Mole Diaries if you need any more tips! There's loads of advice on accommodation.The TYA Team

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