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My first few days in the UK...

In our interview with American graduate, Emilia, she reveals what her first few days in the UK were like...

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Being confronted with a new culture can be the scariest part of studying abroad. But it can also be the one of the most rewarding challenges you’ll be set to encounter.

 

We spoke to Emilia, an American graduate who studied at the University of Bristol, UK about her experience getting to know a foreign culture.

 

 

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