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Why volunteering is great for your CV

Studying abroad can do wonders for your CV but it’s not the only way to get yourself noticed. In our last post, we talked about how joining campus societies can boost...

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Clubs and societies: building CV skills

Want to know how to boost your CV skills? Duc, a Vietnamese student from INTO Queen’s University Belfast, explains how joining clubs and societies while studying abroad can help you...

5 secrets to being a super socializer

Studying abroad soon? Feeling nervous about meeting new people?  Moving to a new country and having to make conversation with a bunch of strangers can be a daunting prospect –...

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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...

6 tips for studying Medicine in the UK

Interested in studying Medicine in the UK? Not sure what’s involved?  Two alumni student, Amika and Moyukh, share their top tips with you… Tip 1: Study, study, study! Amika and Moyukh...

5 Reasons to Study Abroad

  Is it worth leaving your family, friends and home behind to study in a foreign country? Well yes, we think it is! We talk you through some of our favourite...

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Arriving at your accommodation

The past few weeks have seen huge cohorts of new students arriving in our Centres, having embarked upon their INTO journey. Here, Eleanor Dann, Marketing and Communications Co-ordinator at INTO University...

Settling into your new home abroad

If you’re coming to study with us in the next couple of weeks there are some exciting new experiences ahead for you. But of course, with new experiences come some...