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Niall O'Donoghue

Niall O'Donoghue

Nationality

British

Qualification

BSc Biology; MSc Environmental Change & International Development

Bio

Niall is a freelance writer and editor for Hotcourses Abroad, WhatUni and Postgraduate Search. He travelled to Australia, Tanzania and Cameroon during his time at university, and now writes to help students work out where they could end up during their studies.

The ultimate student guide to Belfast

The ultimate student guide to Belfast

Belfast is Northern Ireland’s capital city, with a population of over 600,000. Though it has always been a prominent hub for industry and trade in the past, today the city has transformed into one of the UK’s leading student cities known for its buzzing nightlife, great universities, and low cost of living.   Known as the city where the Titanic was built, Belfast has a long history of ups and downs over the years which visitors can explore through the

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The ultimate student guide to Limerick

The ultimate student guide to Limerick

Stretched across the longest river in Ireland, the River Shannon, Limerick is a city with history at its centre, both spiritually and physically – with the gigantic King John’s Castle dominating the skyline.   The city is separated into several areas, including the so-called English town, which is built on an island in the middle of the River Shannon, and the Irish town. This separation is left over from the 10th century when Viking raiders set up a

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The ultimate student guide to Galway

The ultimate student guide to Galway

There are several reasons you might call Galway the jewel of Ireland. Firstly, it sits at the centre of the wild, rugged west coast, which crowns the country and reaches out into the Atlantic Ocean. Second, it’s small – but packed with history, culture, and beauty. Lastly, it crystallises everything there is to love about Ireland, attracting visitors from all over the world who come to enjoy the food, music and people that make the country what it is.  

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The ultimate student guide to Palmerston North

The ultimate student guide to Palmerston North

Palmerston North is a meeting point for many things. It’s located on the boundaries of the Rangitikei and Horowhenua regions. It's also a central point in the KiwiRail network, between Auckland in the north and Wellington in the south. This location at the heart of North Island allows ‘Palmy’ to thrive as a centre for learning, transport, production, and an excellent base for travel around the country.   The city is particularly known for Massey

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