Study Abroad stories
Laura Monikowska: XJTLU, China
"I believe, such experience is truly life changing lesson and I cannot stress enough how much I have learned"
Read an interview with Laura.
Olivia Bennett: Georgia, USA
"It was really fun being part of such a large international community of students as we all got to hang out a lot."
Read an interview with Olivia.
Sophie Irwin: Oslo
"It opens your eyes to a new culture and a new way of living and just makes you a better, more rounded person"
Read an interview with Sophie.
Daniel White: Copenhagen
"I feel much better-rounded as a Management School student thanks to study abroad"
Read an interview with Daniel.
Wiktoria Bres: Marseille
"It is a great opportunity to meet new people from around the world and build connections with them"
Read an interview with Wiktoria.
Maddie Wong: Hong Kong
"Not many universities have this opportunity and it will look great on your CV. It's also a great experience which you will never forget."
Read an interview with Maddie.
Callum Kyle: Denmark
"I met some great people and learnt a great deal; academically and about different cultural perceptions and how other countries operate."
Read an interview with Callum.
Nephele Yeager: Hong Kong
"I believed that being able to spend a semester in a new city which would enable me to truly explore and understand business studies from a different cultural and academic perspective in the classroom, and another culture outside."
Read an interview with Nephele.
Megan Purcell: Canada
"I have always considered myself a motivated student. Being immersed in this new environment has given me a short glimpse of what I can achieve if I put my mind to it. I am finally realising that these experiences are here for the taking!"
Read an interview with Megan.
Jordan Rimmer: France
"Living in another country is just a rewarding experience in itself, it makes you feel amazing if you just embrace it."
Read an interview with Jordan.
Bakyt Kuntuarova: Hong Kong
"There are not enough words to describe how amazing the experience was, or how much I have learned..."
Read an interview with Bakyt.