Welcome to Singapore Overview Hi my name is Paul Dampierre and during my fourth year at the University of Southampton, while studying Eletrical and Electronic Engineering, I spent a semester abroad at the National University of Singapore (NUS). In this
G’day, I’m a 3rd year Marine Biology student on exchange at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, I’m coming towards the tail end of my semester here so now seems a good time to reflect on my time.
Over the last academic year, I have been studying in Washington D.C., United States of America. Before flying out there, all I could think is ‘how on earth am I going to survive?’ And now, having spent just under 2
I’d like to quickly preface this post with an acknowledgement that I talk about parts of Korea that I’m not 100% knowledgeable on, and I may get some information wrong, which I apologise for. If anyone notices anything erroneous in
The last stop of the holiday saw us in Thailand, the place I had been most excited about since booking. The flight and customs process through the airport was incredibly smooth, which for the most part satiated my airport anxiety,
Much like Hong Kong, before visiting I was pretty apprehensive about what I would find when I went there. No amount of googling was enough to reassure me, and despite all the snooping I’d done on the net, I still