Gap Year Abroad

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Ten Reasons Why You Should Take a Gap Year

Going on a gap year is highly recommended if you want to see new parts of the world, while taking on new experiences. You can choose to take a gap year between school and university, or at any time in your career if you just want a break from work. There are many reasons for […]

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Top 5 Tips for Teaching English Abroad

Teaching English abroad is a role that will give you the chance to meet new people and see the world. If it’s a job role that you’re considering there are a few things to remember before embarking on this exciting journey. Do you have the necessary qualifications? You’re going to need to have been educated […]

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Planning the Perfect Gap Year to Australia

Thousands of students every year apply for visas to allow them to live and work in Australia for their gap year, where they can spend up to 12 months travelling and experiencing one of the most popular gap year destinations in the world. Volunteering For a really different and rewarding experience, one of the many […]

Volunteers and residents of Mbeya, Tanzania

Volunteer Opportunities Abroad Give You a Chance to Observe the World

Observing more of the world is not limited to travelling abroad. If we talk on a broader perspective, then everyone will agree that volunteering abroad is a more fulfilling experience. This is because you do not only get a chance to take photos while volunteering abroad; you also get exposure by interacting with different people […]

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The Last Places on Earth without Western Tourists

In a time of global travel, with tourists heading to every last part of the world, it can be tough to find a place that still feels pristine and untouched, a reminder of what the world was like before everywhere was conquered by tourists. Even relatively quiet and extremely remote corners of the planet have […]

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Circumnavigate the World Whilst Giving Something Back

The rat race gets everyone down at times, and a superb way to recharge your batteries, get a fresh perspective on life and give something back to the world is to take a little break and work overseas. With plenty of socially and environmentally responsible positions available in exciting and exotic locations across the globe, […]

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The Top 5 Destinations to Study Abroad

Studying abroad is a great experience for college students to visit a new country, experience new cultures and expand their horizons. Many universities and colleges have programs where students spend a month, a semester or even a whole year taking courses in a new country. Where you pick should be based on the college programs […]

Adult helping South Korean child study English

Culture Shock – What to Expect when Moving Abroad

I’m fascinated with other countries and different cultures, especially those of Japan and South Korea, so when I found out that not one but two of my best friends were moving to these countries for their studies I was green with jealousy. They’d each been in their chosen country for just a few weeks when […]

An Idiot Abroad – What Not To Do On Your Gap Year

Planning a gap year abroad can sometimes feel a little overwhelming. From the old-hands who chide you for even thinking of visiting Thailand (‘that’s so 90’s, no-one goes there anymore’) to the friends who’re aghast that you’re not packing a hair-dryer, to your parents frantically worrying about money belts, lockable bags and emergency telephone numbers, […]

Taking A Gap Year Causes Demotivation: Myth Or Reality?

  The idea that travellers who take a gap year return with a loss of motivation is of course a debate that incurs some truth. There are in fact people who on their return home decide to avoid work and education whilst pining for the adventurous life they’ve left behind. However is this new found […]

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