“UEA has broadened my horizons, on a global scale, and on a more personal and intimate scale.” Nick from Western Kentucky University on studying Literature and Creative writing at UEA.

I began university without a single thought of studying abroad. It was something I never considered, and honestly, something that never interested me. I was the person who was so focused on my degree and climbing my way up the ladder of ‘theatrical politics’ that it never occurred to me that studying abroad was a…

“I found that in the USA I’m a different sort of thinker… my advice would be to take courses you wouldn’t normally do at home.” Sophie at the University of Oregon

The University of Oregon is a beautiful university – I would describe it as a ‘typical American college’ with huge buildings and a massive student union. Although the campus is large and accommodates a vast number of students it is not overwhelmingly so – all of the important buildings are placed close together which gives…

“It is a challenge that is worth it.” Sarah at Temple University, USA

I am currently studying at Temple University in Philadelphia and I have been here for about three months at this point. As an American Studies student I feel lucky to be studying in one of the oldest, most historically-rich cities in America. Philadelphia is an incredible place to be a student, if occasionally intimidating and…