Surely, many of you may know about the website Airbnb, but for those who don't, we’ll explain it quickly here. Airbnb is a kind of social network where you can post, discover and rent homes. The company is American and puts hosts who rent their house or apartment (or part
Of all the Spaniards who come to Bristol every year, 15% study at the University of Bristol and UWE, either on an Erasmus scholarship or for an entire degree.** In total, there are more than 50,000 students from around the world living in the city.
It is the same in other
When you’re going to study abroad, it’s normal to have quesions about the universities: which is the most prestigious? which has better facilities? parties? will I be able to find a job soon after graduation?
Well, English speakers seem to really like lists about these things, so here arethe best universities
British universities have risen in the world reputation rankings, according to the latest table published by Times Higher Education (THE), with Oxford and Cambridge beating the big names of the US to come in at the top just after Harvard.
The 2015 table shows 12 UK universities in the world’s top
For any reason. You can’t miss this year's festivals organized throughout the UK. The wave of festivals throughout the country begins in May. These great musical events accompany the first rays of sun and the growing desire to camp, and we are here to tell you about them. Here we
It is very easy to get around London and its outskirts. But when you get to Bristol, Bath, Cardiff, Plymouth, Bournemouth or Exeter, it’s another matter... There are several different companies with fewer routes or lines, different bus companies, etc…. and you might not know where to look up the
If you are considering living in Bristol and you think you need information, you will find basic information about the city in this article. I couldn’t believe I hadn’t written it before... even though I had an article, it was very superficial and only had vague information.
1. General information about
It’s easier to immigrate to another country with degrees like engineering, biology, physics, tourism, veterinary science, marketing, etc. which almost don’t require additional validation or certification to work within the European Union.
Then there are the degrees like law, where local legislation is essential to your studies and, therefore, affects future
Many Europeans residing in the United Kingdom have chosen giffgaff as their mobile company and the reason is very a simple: the network coverage is good because they use the O2 (Telefonica UK) network, but the prices are very low. Three is another popular network, but we’ll talk about that another
After the years of crisis in Europe recently and with unemployment rates as high as 50% for young people in some areas, it is normal that recent graduates are looking for an alternative in other countries.
UK has been a top destination for European immigrants in recent years and out of