Diary of a Master’s Student Abroad: Month 4 (December 2016)
Somehow we’re already at the end of 2016 and with it, I’ve left the Netherlands as I near the end of my first semester at university. This is the fourth of my […]
Saying Goodbye to Groningen
Yesterday I packed up my belongings, said endless goodbyes and left Groningen. Technically the semester doesn’t finish until the end of January but I have no lectures or exams after […]
Where is home? Where are you local?
Where do you call home? Is it the place you were born, the place you spent your childhood in, the place where you live now, the place you miss the […]
Diary of a Master’s Student Abroad: Month 3 (November 2016)
It’s now December, which marks a full 3 months since I moved to the Netherlands to start my Master’s! This is the third of my monthly updates (here’s the first […]
Why the Haitian hurricane barely graced your newsfeeds: bad timing or do we simply not care?
Originally posted on The Euroculturer:
? The aftermath of the Haiti Hurricane. Photo by DVIDSHUB Virginia Stuart-Taylor It’s the stuff of nightmares. You wake up around 6am and you’ve no…
Why Every Pupil Should Study a Foreign Language at A-Level
If I could write a letter to my 15-year-old self, I’d thank her profusely and congratulate her on taking one key decision. Although she had no idea at the time, […]
Diary of a Master’s Student Abroad: Month 2 (October 2016)
Today marks 2 months since I moved from London to Groningen to start my Master’s and although it feels like time is passing really quickly, I also feel like I’ve […]
I’m moving to Sweden!
I’ve got some exciting news! I’m moving to Sweden in January! My Master’s degree involves moving country every semester, and last week I had to submit my preferences for the […]