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ThirdYearAbroad.com ThirdYearAbroad.com, May 22nd 2015, 12:36 Verified Guru

Here is some of the best pre-departure advice students were given by staff before their time abroad, covering practical tips, settling in emotionally, ways to improve language skills, getting to know the local culture, and taking advantage of new opportunities.

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