Are you thinking of travelling over the summer? Whether you are taking part in study abroad, travelling for work, or just fancy a holiday, we asked our well-travelled Study Abroad Team for their top 10 tips to help you along the way:
Nia, Study Abroad Manager (Outbound): There are loads of tips to make your summer travel brilliant, but here are a couple of things to sort out in advance…
Rich, Deputy Head of Study Abroad: You can pack a lot into a summer of travel, but here are my top tips to make sure you don’t get overwhelmed with all that choice…
Aimee, Study Abroad Co-ordinator (Inbound): Making sure you don’t get caught out unexpectedly on your summer travels just takes a little bit of planning…
Sally, Study Abroad Manager (Inbound): Before you arrive and once you get to your summer destination, there are so many ways to seek out those hidden gems…
Rachel, Study Abroad Assistant: Once you’re abroad, don’t forget to share your experiences to inspire others (and buy a plug!)…
Other useful things to consider:
If your travels this summer inspire some serious wanderlust, why not check out our amazing study abroad opportunities when you get back to campus! Depending on your degree and your year of study, you could find yourself spending next summer at one of our partner universities or even taking part in an amazing year in China!
However you choose to spend the summer, have a great time!
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