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Design For Life: 5 Career Tips For International Arts Students

“Design For Life: 5 Career Tips For International Arts Students”

Charles Runacres, principal at Bellerbys Oxford There is a common misconception that STEM subjects are for serious-minded, career-centric students and ‘creative’ subjects are for hobbyists destined to become HR professionals or management consultants. Thankfully, as global creative economies … read more


Defeat The Winter Blues - Ally Vitale

“Defeat The Winter Blues - Ally Vitale”

When I was asked to write a blog post on how to “Defeat the Winter Blues,” I first felt as though maybe I wasn’t best suited for the job, considering that there are some days where I feel that the February Blues have defeated me. After some research, it was brought to my attention that the glo… read more


10 East-European Don’ts Which Are Actually Dos In The UK - Marina Abramian

“10 East-European Don’ts Which Are Actually Dos In The UK - Marina Abramian”

Since a very young age, our loving parents and teachers dictate to us a set of rules which are supposed to make our lives safe and easy. But one day we reach the stage when we question them. My experience showed that some of the “don’ts” I was taught in Ukraine, could have led me nowhere in En… read more


An Interview with Marina Abramian, International Journalism Graduate, University of Sussex

“An Interview with Marina Abramian, International Journalism Graduate, University of Sussex”

Yesterday I-StudentGlobal met up with recent University of Sussex MA International Journalism alumna Marina Abramian to reflect back on her time studying in the UK. What were your interests when you were younger? Did you always want to study abroad when you grew up? From a young age, I wanted to s… read more

Relevant Student Blogs

The End of a PhD

Monica Hess - “The End of a PhD”

So, this is it! After three years full of smiles, tears, happiness and tiredness, I am (not) ready to say goodbye to Chichester and University of Chichester. Although still a PhD student in the writing up phase, my full bursary runs out on 1st of October 2015 and, hence, I have been hunting for the … read more


One Day Trip to the Romanian Countryside During Summer Holidays

Monica Hess - “One Day Trip to the Romanian Countryside During Summer Holidays”

  After what I could easily call the busiest summers of my life, I managed to still go home to Romania for couple of days during summertime. With a new job under my belt and with my dad getting a new job as well at age of 64, my family and I had a lot of reasons to celebrate. “Hot weather… read more


Chinese New Year

Yulin Wang - “Chinese New Year”

xin nian kuai le新年快乐 This year was no different to history, across China millions of people were making great efforts to travel thousands of miles by train, air or coach through many different cities and provinces to make their way home. It is not exaggerating at all to call it the world’… read more


Travelling

Irina Dumitru - “Travelling”

Travelling makes me feel like I don’t belong. Being an international student, you get to have two places to call home, whether you want to admit it or not. And travelling between the two can sometimes make you feel confused about which one you prefer. I went back home to Romania for the winter ho… read more