Lunar New Year in London

Coming back to your uni routine after a long break can be challenging. I spent my holiday staying up late and running out and about. Now it’s all about tutorials from 9am and afternoons spent in the library… welcome back I guess. Before I truly accept this fact, I thought ‘why not go on a…

From the very south to northernmost point.

Back to the old routine, now. Essays, tutorials, lectures, library times. The holidays are over now. However that does not mean we cannot enjoy the wonders of the island. I spent my holidays not going back to my country (as most visiting students do) but staying here and enjoying the places of England. I went…

72 Hours in Dublin

A few weekends ago, I was lucky enough to spend the weekend in Dublin, Ireland, visiting a good friend who’s doing an internship there. Dublin is a truly wonderful city, with a rich history and interesting layout. The vibe of the city varies from truly historical and seaside to modern and cosmopolitan to edgy and…

Blog 3: Getting used to Edinburgh again

Hello everybody!! Long time no see!! I’m so sorry for not having posted any post until today but this Christmas has been full of things to do and I’ve tried to spend as much time with my family as possible. I decided to come back home to Spain this Christmas and it has been really nice…

¡Hola! Hej! 안녕! – How to learn a Language in Edinburgh. Part II: Tandem

There is hardly any place that is more international than Edinburgh. With over 140 different nationalities, the university is highly multicultural – and multilingual. As a language enthusiast, you could not ask for a more inspiring and enriching environment to learn a language. There are two ways to do it.

¡Hola! Hej! 안녕! – How to learn a Language in Edinburgh. Part I: Courses

There is hardly any place that is more international than Edinburgh. With over 140 different nationalities, the university is highly multicultural – and multilingual. As a language enthusiast, you could not ask for a more inspiring and enriching environment to learn a language. There are two ways to do it.

Rugby : the beeline to Scotland’s heart

When you are an exchange student you tend to meet a lot of other international students – exchange or not. Especially in an university as cosmopolitan as Edinburgh. It is a great experience, you get to discover many traditions from all over the world. Everybody is far from home and want to try to keep…

Getting Lost in Edinburgh

It is hard to believe that I have been in Edinburgh for more than two weeks! I suspect the next 4 months will go by at a seemingly rapid pace, which is a shame because this place is wonderful. The Old Town is stubbornly stuck in a century past. If for some reason you forget its…

Dublin and Belfast city breaks.

Hi there, and welcome back! I’ve never written an article comparing the academic style in Edinburgh and in France. However, if there’s one thing I can say is a hundred per cent better here, it’s having all your exams in December and not in January. Being able to enjoy Christmas without guiltily thinking that you…

The Highlands… again

I keep traveling as usual.  I will never change that …at least this year. Although I have been out of the UK this month exploring the Scandinavian countries, I will tell about my journey through the Highlands. Obviously, I had my weeks of studying. Not all the month was travelling. As exam period I spent…

Glasgow day trip & exam period

It took me a while to settle in and accept the concept of square sausages (they taste great btw) but once you get past that.. time flies fast. Maybe even faster due to strong wind. There are constantly events to go to and before you know it classes have ended. In Heidelberg semester one ends…

Blog 2: Day Trip to Glasgow!

Two weekends ago I went on a trip to Glasgow and I haven’t had time to show you this beautiful city until now! It was during my friend’s visit that we decided to make a short day trip to Glasgow, which, for the ones that don´t know the city, is about an hour away from Edinburgh….