Three tips for travelling to Britain

Red telephone box in London, UK

As I mentioned in my previous blog, your application to go on exchange or study abroad can be a long process. During the application process it’s a good idea to start looking for the cheapest flights; the earlier you book, the more money you save.

A well-prepared journey takes a lot of pressure off when you eventually arrive and can start you on your way to enjoy your experience from the very beginning. Here are my three tips you should consider for an enjoyable journey.

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Three things you didn’t know you could do on the Gold Coast

Cat at the Crazy Cat Cafe

If you think you’ve done everything the Gold Coast has to offer (and a tad more), think again! Not too far away from the usual pubs, bars, clubs, cinemas and shopping malls are a few hidden gems, and chances are you haven’t explored at least some of them yet.

I present to you my personal top 3 things you likely didn’t know you could do on the Gold Coast. Try these and you won’t be disappointed.

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Music to soothe your exam stress away

Girl listening to music to soothe stress

Exam time has a way of sending us all into a tailspin; a never ending cycle of worry and dread. Arguably, this can affect the way we concentrate and function, causing the cycle to continue. While some students get by on the ‘Ps get degrees’ mentality, others place greater expectations on themselves and strive for higher results. But no matter who you are or what your ambitions, stress affects us all and the pressure of exam block can be draining. Keep reading…