Do you make most of your decisions with your gut or your brain? Find out more about the 2 types of thinking and let us know which one you prefer to use and why!
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Join us in congratulating Anna Hamm for being awarded the title of student of the month and enjoy her to-the-point-interview!
Do you dream of a Life in the big city or the countryside? Tell us your thoughts on this topic!
You’ll never guess what happened to Sinha, a 23 year old apprentice from Germany who became “Student of the month - London” in the most unexpected way yet...
Congratulations to Majury Jasmin Rasiah, our student of the month for Dublin!
Do you ever sit there and wonder how it can be that some people are just good at everything whilst you could immediately think of a dozen things you are pretty bad at? THIS is the good thing about being bad at something…
Meet Glenn Boogaerts, the likeable health care enthusiast from Belgium who won over the hearts of both the staff and clients at Burrows House care home in London. Read Glenn’s personal letter about his experience now!
Czech student of the month Laura Mašijová continues to impress with her brief yet to the point interview revealing Laura’s stardust and maturity pretty quickly.
Embracing change can lead us on some truly remarkable paths we may never find if we hold on to that fear of loss too tightly. Whether you’re a student, teacher or else, we’d love to know what you think of change.
Hello! My name is Jennifer, I am a 19 year old girl from the Netherlands. I have two nationalities; Dutch and English. I live in The Hague, in the Netherlands with my father and I have my own beauty salon at home where I work every evening after school.
Meet Angelo Felkl, our next student of the month!
Everybody takes something different away from their Internship programme abroad. Maximilian turned out to be a natural at adapting to new situations and balancing city Life with nature’s adventures. Who knows where Life will take him next.
How do you reduce that tugging feeling of uncertainty about what’s around the corner? It’s easier than you think. Read on for more…
Meet Pleun, our Belgian student of the month who is full of enthusiasm and newfound Love for working and living abroad.
Amine received an impressive letter of recommendation from her manager in London without having to ask for it. Read on to hear more from this inspirational student from Norway.
Meet Jennifer, a keen traveller and explorer who has some great experiences and advice to share with you after completing her internship in Dublin.
Getting an internship in a Michelin star restaurant, as a foreign student may sound a bit like a far fetched dream. For Matilda however, a Swedish student who took part in the ADC College Internship programme, the dream came true.
5 simple steps that will help you master each day abroad with polite confidence.
The differences between American and British spelling can be as confusing as they are subtle. Yet using the proper spelling for each country helps avoid confusion, and also lends that touch of professionalism that marks a true global citizen.
You’re not expected to have as much experience as the experts in their field. If you can apply a positive attitude and give your best you’re already half way there.