By Laurianne Lingbondo

As much as the #Feesmustfall campaign has sparked a national debate about the effect of fees on the poor South African citizen, there’s a small bunch of people that fee increments affect even more and those are international students. 274 more words

University Of Johannesburg

11 Lessons Every Future Expat Should Learn

When you move from one country to another, many times you are left unprepared in knowing what skills you will need to survive in another country. 1,914 more words

10 things you shouldn't forget when in the Netherlands - Part II

After the first part of essential information for newbies in the Netherlands /link to previous blog/, here’s another 5 tips on how to have a smooth start for your time abroad! 333 more words

About Netherlands

First meeting of International Student Association on Wednesday

International students interested in being a part of the International Student Association must come to a meeting in P479 at lunchtime on Wednesday. Bring your lunch! 28 more words


A Year Abroad: When You're Sad You Understand the Lyrics

Everything in my life always connects to music. Songs remind me of different periods, events and people. I can listen and sing the same song for a long time, until it is no longer relevant to what I am going through… then a different one comes along. 703 more words

International Students

Coping with Transitions and Change

For many students starting a program at college or university is a huge transition.  Some  people have left home for the first time or are coming back after being out of school for a long time or have moved many miles from their home and country to pursue an educational goal. 260 more words

Thriving As A Student

Workshop:Effective Writing: Grammar and Punctuation - 11 October 2016

(PGT) Effective Writing: Grammar and Punctuation

  • Tuesday 11th October 2016 @ 09:30 – 12:30

Grammar should be like the background music in a film.  If it’s good you hardly notice it.  144 more words