University of Sheffield

Study Abroad gives you the chance to study for a full year, at a university in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore or the USA as part of your undergraduate degree studies

 

The Mole Diaries: Neuchâtel, Switzerland

An insider student guide to spending a semester in Neuchâtel, Switzerland - where to live, getting around town, and things to do - all to help you prepare!

by Zoe Burt

 
 
Accommodation

How to deal with pre-year abroad nerves

by Rebecca Lally
 
Work Abroad

What to do if your year abroad work placement falls through

by Rebecca Lally
 
France

The life of a Lecteur in a French university

by Ben Brunton
 
Marseille

The Mole Diaries: Marseille

by Ben Brunton
 
Holidays

Secret Solstice festival

by Daisy Collingwood
 
Living and working in Germany

David spent a year studying Engineering in Dresden, Germany

by David Westcough

Mole Diaries

 
Study Abroad

The Mole Diaries: Neuchâtel, Switzerland

by Zoe Burt
 
Marseille

The Mole Diaries: Marseille

by Ben Brunton
 
English

The Mole Diaries: Sydney

by Hannah Fairbairn
 
Spain

The Mole Diaries: Vigo (Volume 3)

by Joss Bennett
 
Living and working in Germany

The Mole Diaries: Berlin (Volume 2)

by Nathan-Aarash Akhavan-Moossavi
 
Innsbruck

The Mole Diaries: Innsbruck

by Sarah Harrison
 
Living and working in Germany

The Mole Diaries: Duisburg

by Georgina Beardmore

Questions about Sheffield Uni

Q

When does your year abroad in the 3rd year start and end for those studying...

Hi there, for most students your third year abroad starts the moment your second year exams end, and finishes on the first day of your fourth year. This could be May til October the following year - u...

Q

Is anyone else heading to Alicante in September?

Alicante university

I am also moving to Alicante in September! I'm working as an English language assistant in a school in Sant Joan d'Alacant. 

Q

Is anyone else here spending the entire academic year in Seville from Septe...

Spain
Q

How does the national health system work in France?

Dentists

That depends on what you will be doing on your year abroad; I believe it varies according to what you do. As a language assistant, there were lots of forms to fill out for social security - they are g...

Q

Does anyone have an experience with Stanboo?

Valencia

I went to Valencia on my year abroad and I have never heard of them. Maybe do a Google search to see if you can find any reviews?

Q

Does your birth certificate have to be under 6 months old in order to get a...

Social security

No it should be fine - just make sure your birth certificate is translated by a professional. I've heard of people getting unofficial translations through but I'm not sure it's a good way to go about...

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