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Summer in Exeter

How to prepare for British weather

If you’re about to come to the UK for the first time and begin studying you’ve probably heard myths and legends about the great British weather. While some of the...

Aina’s story: A prize-winning trip to London

Last month, INTO University of Exeter student, Aina Sultanbekova won our Jubilee June competition with her fabulous montage of Union Jack themed images. She won an all expenses paid trip...

Christian - Study in China

10 Questions, 1 Student: INTO China part 2

Today we reach the concluding part of 10 Questions, 1 Student. We hope you’ve enjoyed reading it as much as we’ve enjoyed putting it together! To round off the series...

Enter, the Dragon

According to the traditional Chinese zodiac calendar, with the dawn of the Chinese New Year on Monday we have now entered the year of the Dragon. Dragons are the only...

Celebrating Chinese New Year

Today officially marks the Chinese New Year – the year of the Dragon. Our Web Editor, Danielle Colyer, explores some traditional ways in which the festival is celebrated. Chinese New...

early style ice skates

Ice Skating and the City

Ice skating is a tradition that goes back thousands of years. In fact, a study from the University of Oxford puts it as far back as 4000 years ago, when...

Bonfire night with INTO Higher

Bonfire night: Gunpowder, treason and…Parkin

We’ve barely blown out the candles in our pumpkin lanterns after Halloween, yet already the UK is preparing for its next annual winter celebration. 5 November 2011 marks 406 years...