University in Madrid: politics, relaxed exams and a lack of lined paper

My year abroad has come to an end! A lot has happened in the last few months, but, seeing as I spent the year as a student, I thought I’d focus this post on the differences between my home university

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Conociendo Chile

Hello Everyone! Now that I have spent six months in Chile, I am in a pretty good position to write my first blog post for the university on the Santander Scholarship. I have another blog alongside this one which can

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A Journey Through India’s Spiritual Landscape

India is overwhelming at every level to the first timer. The hustle and bustle, the constant cacophony of car horns, beggars, markets, lack of sewage all hit you as you first step out of the airport. India is an experience

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Chinese Language Summer Programme in CUHK, Hong Kong

If the thought of tight competition and application procedure hinder you from going on an exchange, I can tell you that it is not like that at all! I was fortunate enough to be able to go on this programme

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Canada eh?

From hearing the formidable tornado alarms to being woken up by our residence sophs at 7am every morning during o-week; the first 10 days as a ‘frosh’ at Western University has been a complete whirlwind!   Yes, being in university

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London Is Calling

Deleware, Deleware, Del-A-Ware echoes through the residence. There is no doubt that Canadians have school spirit. O-Week, known in the UK as “Freshers”, is packed with rallies, dances, chants and my personal favourite a 7AM wake up call. As the

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