“I never abandoned my study abroad journey; it is with me whenever I rise to a new challenge.”, UEA alumni and Study Abroad Administrator Grace on working as a British Council Teaching Assistant.

My study abroad journey began, unknowingly at the time, as an eighteen year old au pair, when I spent the summer in Buxy, a quaint, chocolate-box village surrounded by the infamous French vineyards of Burgundy. I enjoyed the fresh taste of independence as an au pair, along with the rural French lifestyle, where mobile phone…

Thank you!

This blog is a little different from our usual postings, as today we hit a milestone… 100 blog posts! From editing and reading this blog, I know that the overarching feeling that students get from studying abroad is a sense of breaking out of their comfort zone and being willing to try new things, learning…

“I love it in Brussels, and I’m so grateful to UEA for giving me the experience I had on my year abroad!” Amy Jayne on moving back to her study abroad destination after graduating from UEA

The period following graduation is one no-one really prepares you for, regardless of how many job fairs or events you attend in your final weeks at university. After being assailed by daily emails from graduate recruiters desperate for my ‘language degree’ (read: communication skills and degree in general) for a cold-calling sales position, I began…

Photos: Erasmus Work Placement in Valencia, Spain

UEA Spanish Language with Management Studies student Natalie Allen shares a few images from her semester abroad in Valencia where she did an Erasmus Work Placement at a wildlife conservation site.