The Impact Of Brexit On Universities & International Students

January 18th, 2018

Brexit – it’s a term that sends shivers down the spines of citizens not only in the UK, but in Europe and beyond too. On February 1st 2017, the House of Commons voted in favour of the bill that would authorize PM Theresa May to invoke Article 50 and set ‘Brexit’ into motion. Since that…

The Broke Student’s Guide To Couch Surfing

January 12th, 2018
sofa with laptop

They say that your student years are the ideal time to travel, and they’d be right. Whether it’s by taking a gap year, or by making the most of the long summer breaks, there is plenty of time to see more of the world you’ve spent so long growing up in. But while you might…

The Growing Global Challenge UK Universities Face

December 28th, 2017

No matter how much you might try, there’s just no denying that the UK is in turmoil – at least where global mobility and trade is concerned. Uncertainty is relentlessly dribbling through the ranks to a point where there is no sector of our economy or livelihood that doesn’t seem to have one simple question…

5 Ways To Make The Most Of Your University Christmas Break

December 20th, 2017

Student life is exhausting. Now, before any non-students who have stumbled across this article argue with that statement, hear us out. Between countless deadlines, even more countless nights out and having to learn how to be a (shudder) grown-up, we students can find it all exhausting and so when Christmas break comes around, there’s no…

Why Dual Careers Matter

December 12th, 2017

Anyone who finds themselves chasing a career and a family life at the same time may very well be aware of the term ‘Dual Career Couples’ or simply ‘Dual Careers’. Those who understand already know the benefits, but what about those of us who are new to such a term? What exactly are Dual Careers,…

How To Manage Moving at Christmas

December 6th, 2017

When it comes to moving house, there’s no denying that it can become quite the stressful affair. You’re surrounded by cardboard for days on end, you’ll probably lose something you need in the mess of bags and boxes you’ve been packing, and if you’ve got children? Well, that’s a whole new level of stress. For…

Top Tips for Choosing a University Abroad

November 29th, 2017

Picking a university is one of the biggest decisions you’ll ever make. You need to find somewhere that you’ll be happy to live, study and work for the next three to four years which can be tough. International students have an even trickier job, as fees are higher- the average international student in the UK…

The Latest Global Mobility Technology Trends

November 23rd, 2017

Almost every industry has been impacted and shaped by rapidly advancing technology in recent years. Our world is more connected and faster paced than ever. The global mobility industry has felt the force of these technological changes more than anywhere else, because data sharing and worldwide communication is essential to the success of the industry….

5 Employment Skills You Can Gain From Study Abroad

November 17th, 2017

Making the decision to study abroad is monumental. Whether you’re going for a year, or you’re an international student completing your whole degree abroad, it’s sure to be the best experience of your life. Not only will you make lifelong friends, immerse yourself in another culture and gain that all-important degree, international study is valued…

The Global Mobility Gender Gap: How Can It Be Reduced?

November 17th, 2017

The global mobility gender gap is an issue that needs to be discussed. A recent PWC survey found that most employees consider international experience to be an important step to gaining leadership positions. There’s no doubt that there are many benefits to international assignments, both for personal development and the growth of the business. However,…