Published on September 30, 2014

5 ways to budget on your international internship

What should I expect to spend in country? One of the questions we frequently get asked is ‘how much will I spend in country?’ So here’s a rough guide on what to expect and how to budget your spending money during your international internship! We all know it can be tempting to splurge on your… Read More

Published on August 20, 2014

5 admissions interview tips and tricks

The admissions interview is the first hurdle between you and your dream internship. Typically you will have 20 minutes to present your skills, reveal your personality and impress your interviewer. Here are 5 interview tips and tricks that will help you perform to the best of your ability during the first interview: Step 1: DO… Read More

Published on July 15, 2014

Alumni tips: Internship in Madrid

By Nikki Sude, Intern Madrid What should you expect upon arrival to Madrid? Upon my arrival in Madrid, the city that I now consider to be my home away from home, I was pretty nervous about what the city had in store for me. The Intern Group had a driver waiting for me right as… Read More

Published on May 14, 2014

Colombia: The "Trendy" Travelers' Destination

Travelers are finally discovering what they’ve been missing after decades of bad press.The Guardian writes that “Medellin’s metamorphosis provides a beacon for cities across the globe”. Why the sudden hype? The Happiest Country in the World Voted Happiest Country in the World 2013, travelers are welcomed by a nation of content and carefree Colombians. The… Read More

Published on April 8, 2014

From one intern to another

As a Modern Languages student, I was “forced” to take a year abroad. I use the word “force” very lightly as, essentially, I get to explore the world for a year and I can call it “studying”. On starting my second year at Bristol, I was 99% certain that I was going to spend six… Read More

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