Gap Year – 10 top things to consider

Gap Years take a lot of planning!  Here are 10 Top Tips to consider when you are thinking about taking a Gap Year.   Random Travel or Volunteer in a project overseas for your Gap Year? Random Travel is one way of spending your Gap Year.   This is a very ‘chilled out’  type of […]

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Ghana Ladies Trip – 1st October to 15th October 2019

This 14 night Ghana Ladies Trip is designed for ladies who enjoy travelling with others who are like minded and fun, are happy to volunteer in one of  the many placements in Accra and would also like to see some of Ghana at the weekends.  You can volunteer in one of the following: Teaching Sports […]

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TESOL Teaching course

TESOL stands for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages and I have just completed the course and got my certificate – Yay!  This course (Trinity College of London) not only qualifies me to teach English as a foreign language anywhere in the world, but was also a wonderful journey into the English language and its […]

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A Level results not what you wanted?

A Level results not what you wanted A Level results are out today and you bet many of you will be disappointed with your grades because you don’t have what you need to do:   either the course that you dreamt of  – or at the uni you desperately wanted to go to.  Do not […]

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10 Top Tips to consider when planning your Gap Year

Assuming that you have already either chosen between the  “random travel” or “work on a volunteer placement with a charity overseas” options (or a combination of both?), here are the most important points you should consider when planning a gap year or career break overseas: 1.    What is your budget?  Most important factor that […]

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