H. Cohn, ‘Studying in Salamanca – The Spanish Oxford’

Author: Henry Cohn My time in Salamanca so far has been fascinating and relatively stress-free. As potentially one of the last British Erasmus students I feel privileged to be here and able to experience something completely out of the ordinary without needing to worry too much about the logistics. That said, when you’re poorly organised…

L. Wood, ‘Ich bin Berliner: Studying Law in German’

Author: Laura Wood   From the moment I accepted my offer from the University of Glasgow to study Law with German Language, I knew that I would be spending a year of my degree studying in a foreign language. I am currently at the Freie Universität Berlin and soaking up all that this amazing city…

N. Frame, ‘Savoie – A Year in The Alps’

Author: Niamh Frame   The Set-up Last year I had the pleasure of going to the Université de Savoie Mont Blanc in Chambéry (SE France) as part of my Joint Honours Law with French. From my first couple of lectures, I was welcomed by the French students and also professors. I think this was the…

E. Tarbet, ‘Studying Abroad in Paris’

Author: Emily Tarbet I’m Emily, and I spent my 3rd year studying abroad at SciencesPo in Paris, France: and I can honestly say I had a life-changing experience. As a Law with French student, I also took the majority of my classes in French, and vastly improved my language skills as a result. Hopefully I…

F. Macmillan, ‘Uppsallutely loved my year abroad’

Author: Francesca Macmillan   I studied in Uppsala for the year and can’t recommend it highly enough!  Uppsala is a student city which is a half an hour outside Stockholm by train, and it’s the fourth largest city in Sweden. I know a big concern I had before moving away was the thought of starting…