Why moving to Spain was definitely a challenge…

BY EMILY JONES Moving to Spain was definitely a challenge, but unlike the other people I met, I arrived in Madrid with a basic grasp of Spanish. I studied the language at GCSE and tried to take it as an A-level, however, after only three months I dropped the class because I felt it was […]

Why I didn’t do a gap year

I think a gap year is a great idea… if you have the money. You have to take an entire year out and funding that year isn’t going to be the easiest job in the world, so why not go about it another way? I’ve got a few alternatives for you! BY EMILY JONES Study […]

What I wish I had been told when I moved to a foreign country: as told by a Norwegian

There’s a lot of preparation to be done before moving to another country, but what I have learnt is that no matter how much you prepare in advance, you just can’t be fully prepared for everything that comes your way. And what I found most difficult after having moved abroad to England was (quite unexpectedly) […]

Theo talks about moving to Cyprus when he was just 7

Theo is currently in his third year at the University of Lincoln studying Journalism, but he hasn’t always lived in England. When he was about 7-years-old, his entire family relocated to Cyprus, where he lived for four and a half years – he even had to go to a Cypriote school. He talks to us about the travel experience. Read more about Theo talks about moving to Cyprus when he was just 7

Meet Maria Sousa, a girl on a gap year

She first caught our attention when she tweeted her summer camp application video and we saw all of her passions in one place. Then we found out that she got accepted into uni but before starting decided to take a gap year to travel. She was born in Portugal, speaks three languages, and has put her dream of being a fashion designer on hold to explore the world: What more could inspire us? Read more about Meet Maria Sousa, a girl on a gap year