While there is plenty to be gained from spending some time abroad, travelling isn’t just fun and excitement. There are tons of studies that suggest it’s beneficial for your physical, mental and emotional health.
Despite the common ideology that a gap year is all about lazing on beaches, wild parties and non-stop good times, it’s not. While it’s definitely a once in a lifetime experience, it can offer much more than just a chance to escape the daily grind.
G’day mates! Internships are where education goes to meet employment. They allow students to gain experience that will set them apart from the rest and perhaps even jump start their future careers in the process.
Though you may believe that the US invented the custom of tipping, legend has it that the word ‘tip’ originated way back in the 17th century in England. While its history is not entirely clear, it’s speculated to be an acronym for "To Insure Promptitude”. So, it should be thought of first and foremost as a reward for prompt and exceptional service.
Xin chào! Come hitch a ride with us as we guide you through the land of the ascending dragon (yep, they love their dragons) and one of the most vibrant countries in Southeast Asia. From the bustling city of Ho Chi Minh to the beautiful beaches of Halong Bay. Ancient shrines galore, some of the best beers in the world and of course an endless supply of Pho. Where else but, Vietnam! Interested? Here are a few of our must visits.
As epic as travelling is, it can be a slippery slope when you’re trying to navigate new environments. Sometimes it can feel like you need a holiday from your holiday. So here’s our game-changing travel hacks, guaranteed for smooth sailing, wherever you are in the world!
Whether you’re on the gap year of your dreams in Canada, or a short-lived volunteer trip in Africa, sooner or later you’re going to be hit with that deep feeling of unfamiliarity after stepping foot in your new home away from home - this my friends, is culture shock.
What better way to understand the life of an Au Pair than to see it through their eyes! Our Global Au Pairs from Australia, Italy, France, Holland, America, the UK and Canada answer the most frequently asked questions, touch upon their own experiences and offer advice on what it’s like to live abroad with their host families.
Tired of living the same old routine? If you’re looking for an exciting way to challenge yourself and have the adventure of a lifetime, teaching abroad can be an exciting way to take your skills outside the ordinary classroom and on the road with you.