Universities in Valencia

Universities in Valencia: an international students’ guide

Valencia is a global city with 6 universities that welcomes nearly 4,000 international students every year. If you’re going to be one of the many Erasmus Valencia students next year, you’ll want to check out this quick guide to all of the Universities in Valencia.

Universitat de Valencia (UV)

Universities in Valencia: Universitat de Valencia A famous façade ofRead more

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Getting into Lisbon St Apolonia

Lisbon student guide – getting into the city

Whatever transport you’re arriving in, it’s really easy getting into Lisbon.  But if you’re going to arrive here for the first time, it pays to be prepared. Read this short post with helpful hints and tips to make your arrival into the city extra-easy.

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Cityliving Living in Madrid

Discover Madrid’s secrets with Citylife Madrid

Sandra, our journalist-hearted Spanish correspondent with dancing feet, is known to give really helpful advice. In today’s blogpost, she explains the easiest way to make the most of Madrid – even if you’ve only arrived. So – are you new in Madrid and looking for advice? Read on! Read more

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student accommodation in St Pancras

St Pancras neighbourhood guide – where to live in London

The London neighbourhood St Pancras is where you’ll find the college of fashion’s Central St Martins campus (a part of the University of the Arts London) . It has been a traveller’s hub for centuries. Large hotels, busy roads and two of the largest and most important train stations in England were St Pancras’ main landmarks. These two train stations are all that most tourists see. But there is a lot just around the corner in this promising neighbourhood!

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Study Visa to study in London

Do I need a Study Visa to study in London?

Thousands of international students go to study in London every year. In 2011, according to UKCISA, over 100,000 students were studying in London alone. That’s over a quarter of all international students in the UK. And a lot of them need a Study Visa to study here. Do you?

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