• Japan: A New Tourist Hotspot?

    Japan is an island rich in culture, history and nature. Animé, sushi, technology, cherry blossom trees, Samurai and temples are just some aspects that have filtered through to a Western imagination of the country. The East Asian island hosts something for everyone, and in the last few years this...
  • Moscow: the City of Contrasts

    What do you think when you hear the word ‘Moscow’? It may be the Kremlin’s clock tower, Lenin’s mausoleum or a church that looks like a gingerbread house, but this is definitely not the full list of the places worth visiting. You never know where will you end up:...
  • Have student holidays had their day, or is there still a gap (‘yah’) in the market?

    We all know that one of the best ways to get through the university year when deadlines, relationships and life are giving you stress, is knowing the exact date that you are jetting off to some exotic location to avoid all responsibilities and let the crippling anxieties float away...
  • How to Take Awesome Photos When Travelling Solo

    There are so many great things about solo travel, so it is not surprising that more and more people are choosing to head off into the unknown alone. However, one of the struggles of solo travel is photographing yourself when you have no one else with you! Do not...
  • Adventure Thrifts: Paris

    Paris, the city of love, culture, fashion… As a French student, I toyed for a long time with the idea of living and working in Paris as part of my year abroad. Of course, it’s an amazing city and the majority of job opportunities were all in the capital....
  • An Invitation to Poland

    An under-appreciated country brimming with history, culture and charm – if you’re considering going abroad, whether to travel, study or work, take a closer look at what Poland has to offer: Careers Being the most successful post-communist Central European state, Poland has many unprecedented opportunities for foreign students. With the...
  • Should We Be Travelling to North Korea?

    Most people would rather spend their holidays relaxing on a beach in the Mediterranean than embarking on a highly restricted tour of one of the most tightly controlled dictatorships in the world. The North Korean government, however, wants to change all that. Hoping to improve its international reputation, The...