It’s a big debate, is it better to travel alone or would you rather go with your friends? And sure, there are definitely arguments for both sides. However, right now we’re making a case for why travelling with your existing friends is awesome:
This post is courtesy of Monica Arora.
Studying in London, you will not only learn a thing about how to master one of the world’s oldest cities, but you will also learn a few things about yourself. Things and events will happen to you that will you make you dance with joy, terrify you, or will have you scratching your head at one in the morning while waiting for a bus home. Here are some of those “things” as told by my favorite movie set in London, 101 Dalmatians.
There are a lot of things us students do that the wider world simply can’t understand. Apparently going out at least four times a week isn’t that normal?
Either way, here are 50 things we hold as indisputable fact that the rest of the world simply can’t get their heads around..
Want the real story about who you’ll meet when you go travelling? These are the 14 real types of people that you can’t help but bump into – even if you don’t want to!
If you’re lucky enough to have a semester or year where you study abroad, hopefully you’ll give England a visit. I live here, went to university here and have met some lovely people from the USA who were studying abroad here. So I think I’m a qualified source to provide some sage advice about studying in the UK.