Tagged: travel

INTO Giving: My trip to Zambia

Ever wanted to know more about our INTO Giving charity and the great projects it’s involved in? Here, INTO Giving Advocate, Hannah Mold, shares the diary of her four-day trip to...

Student experience: my first Chinese New Year

The Spring Festival, or Chinese New Year, is the biggest celebration in the Chinese calendar. Sian, a former international student in China, talks about the first time she experienced the...

10 ways to have fun for free

If you’re a student then you’re probably on a budget. But the question is – are you going to let that stop you from having a good time? We hope...

Taste Test: 6 classic British dishes

British cuisine is a strange and mysterious thing to many international students. Why do Brits eat Yorkshire “pudding” as part of a main course? What’s a “banger”? And is there...

Best recipes for Bonfire Night in the UK

“Remember, remember, the 5th of November…” Why? Because the 5th of November is Bonfire Night in the UK. Otherwise known as Guy Fawkes Night, it’s an eardrum-splitting British celebration that’s...

A student paying for good on a Chinese market stall

How to haggle in China…with confidence

We’re chuffed that INTO China has made it into the top 10 of Abroad101’s best short-term programmes – and better still, it was voted for by students! The award, from...

INTO Infographic: 10 signs that you’re an international student

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How to feel at home in your new home

You’re an international student. You’ve arrived at your Study Centre. You’ve found the library and the canteen. Now how about the business of turning your student accommodation into a new...