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by Fiona Edwards 22-03-2017
If you happen to be living in Portugal for your semester/year abroad I would advise you to visit as many places as possible as it is such a beautiful country and its small size makes it easy for you to do so. Travelling around Portugal can also be fairly cheap whether it’s by train, coach or hiring...
If you happen to be living in Portugal for your semester/year abroad I would advise you to...
If you happen to be living in Portugal for...
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by Fiona Edwards 06-03-2017
Many people I know who study languages tend to study two, which means that their Erasmus year is split: studying or working in two countries for a few months. I was quite jealous of them as I initially wanted to study only languages, but due to my university’s requirements I wasn’t able to...
Many people I know who study languages tend to study two, which means that their Erasmus year...
Many people I know who study languages tend...
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by Fiona Edwards 17-02-2017
The administration side of your year abroad it is probably the most boring and stressful part, yet it is the most important one. Your year abroad will most likely be the first time you move to a different country on your own, which is why it is up to you to be responsible for all the paperwork. It can...
The administration side of your year abroad it is probably the most boring and stressful part,...
The administration side of your year abroad...
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by Fiona Edwards 03-02-2017
Finding accommodation for your year abroad is one of the most stressful parts, which is why it’s important to know where to look and what to avoid so here are a few tips: Firstly, don’t rely on your home university for help. It’s a scary thought, but with so many people going abroad...
Finding accommodation for your year abroad is one of the most stressful parts, which is why...
Finding accommodation for your year abroad...
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by Fiona Edwards 18-01-2017
To continue on from my last post, here are the rest of my 10 reasons to choose Lisbon for your year abroad. 6) Culture Lisbon is the perfect example of a city which is both modern yet has a lot of visible history and culture. Wherever you go you’ll be able to see a lot of vibrant, colourful art...
To continue on from my last post, here are the rest of my 10 reasons to choose Lisbon for your...
To continue on from my last post, here are...
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by Fiona Edwards 05-01-2017
It is pretty evident that Portuguese is not a very common language to study, especially amongst students in the UK. Not only the language, but Portugal itself tends to be quite underrated, which is why I’m happy to be able to share my experiences with everyone and show what this beautiful country...
It is pretty evident that Portuguese is not a very common language to study, especially amongst...
It is pretty evident that Portuguese is not...
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by Hannah Kitching 11-07-2016
Studying in Portugal is similar to studying in any other European country, however, inevitably there are differences so here are some pointers about the experience of studying in Portugal. 1. FORMALITIES Generally in the UK, we have friendly relationships with our lecturers as, more often than not,...
Studying in Portugal is similar to studying in any other European country, however, inevitably...
Studying in Portugal is similar to studying...
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by Hannah Kitching 18-05-2016
Portugal is one of the less well-known countries in Western Europe but this means that it is full of hidden gems to visit whether you live there or are just visiting… 1. LISBON As the capital city of Portugal, Lisbon has so much to offer. I’d definitely recommend going on a walking tour...
Portugal is one of the less well-known countries in Western Europe but this means that it is...
Portugal is one of the less well-known countries...