The thought of living abroad, away from home and all the people that you love is truly terrifying. However, the chance to study abroad is something I would do anything to do again… Flashback to three years ago – the reason why I chose to study at UEA was because they would allow me to study abroad for a semester or year, in Australia, which … Continue reading “I’ve never been happier than when I was in Australia” – UEA, FTM, student Annabel on studying at Murdoch University.
South Korea isn’t at the top of many people’s bucket lists, but it should be. When most students consider a semester or a year abroad, the temptation is to go to a country where they speak the same language as you (I know I had to fight that temptation pretty hard!). Especially because it sounds absolutely terrifying to live on the other side of the … Continue reading “I put Seoul National University at the top of my list, and I haven’t regretted it for a second.” – UEA, Media Studies, Student Louise.
Having reached the end of my studies at UEA this summer, all I can say is that I wish I had more time! Though I’ve loved every minute of my studies and travels, I will miss it and the connections I’ve made here. From the moment the International Summer School picked us up at the airport, to the final celebration, congratulating us on a job … Continue reading “UEA was the perfect fit for my study abroad” – Summer Studies’ student, Marissa.
It has been two weeks since I have returned from my time in Perth, Australia, and the funniest thing has occurred; I have found myself referring to my tiny student flat in Murdoch as “home”. Let’s back-track three years ago. As a girl who comes from a family who never had the opportunity to go to university, the idea that I could even think about … Continue reading “It truly was somewhere I loved going every day” – UEA student Alana on Murdoch University, Australia, and receiving the Santander Scholarship.