Traveling as a full-time university student requires some serious saving. One of the first questions you guys ask me is how I afford to go on all these trips and live out of home, while not having a stable job. I’ve narrowed down what I’ve learned in the last three years into these three budget tips […]
Moving to a new place and a new country is never easy. When I was studying abroad on exchange in Europe, I freaked out the first month. But I’ve learned from my mistakes, and these are my best tips for a smooth adjustment in your first month of exchange.
I did my exchange in the United Kingdom and so I’ve added some tips specific to studying abroad in England, if this is helpful for your exchange, look for the little UK flag emoji .
Being in a new country is overwhelming but by having these apps on your phone you can navigate your new study abroad, all at your fingertips and in your own language. These are the apps I wish I had when I studied abroad!
1. Rayka App -travel reviews by and for study abroad students