I remember September, the noise of the plane when it left Italy, the roll-out and the landing, London and the sunny days. Long gone! It is already five months since I live in England and every day I am more satisfied of the route I took and I might never come back, because I am…
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Happy Easter to everyone! I’ve decided to come to Italy for Easter holiday: I wanted to see my family. That’s one of the big advantages of England for Italian exchange students like me: it depends where you are from, but as a general rule in less than 2 hours you can be at home! Unlike…
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No kidding, exams are done and I am so happy! As you may remember, I am doing the IB program, which is a 2 year course, and therefore the actual exams are going to take place at the end of year 13 (this time in one year). The exams I’ve just done are only mocks…
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This is my final blog, so I thought it would be a good opportunity to reflect on my experience and talk to you about the various elements – the people and the organisations – which must combine to make sure you have a successful Study Abroad experience. Local partnership: There are so many Study Abroad…
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I have never liked to express my feelings. And I am not sure if I like to do it now but there comes the time when you realise that you do not have to keep everything for you. So I am giving you my story away. This summer I went on a vacation to Sicily…
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It has been little over a month since I arrived to the UK. Unbelievable how time goes so quickly. When I arrived, I had a bit of a problem with understanding people with a strong accent. Funny fact: I am not able to express myself in my mother tongue without those awkward pauses anymore! It…
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It has been whole two months since I started my college programme in the UK. I have had one of my best times in my life. Not only I developed academically but also I have had an amazing chance to meet fellow students from all around the world whose culture I would never be able…
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When I was a little girl, I thought that the world was very small and I could experience different kinds of interesting things in my hometown. But it changed once I saw a TV programme which was named “Searching and Finding”. It told me a country of glorious history. For example, by the time of…
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My flight to Britain can be an unforgettable experience for me. Since I went to the airport at 2a.m. so when I arrived there I felt too tired to talk with anyone. As I was waiting in the line, my parents looked like it was a quiet normal thing and just took some photos with…
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My name is Luma, I am 15 years old and from Brazil. I’m going to spend the next school year doing a High School Study Abroad programme in a city called Southampton, in the UK. A year is a very long time. Things change, things happen, you meet new people and new places. If we…
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