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7 Pros and Cons of Being a Digital Nomad

The lifestyle of digital nomads is pretty popular, and many people from all over the world strive for it. What are the main benefits of becoming a digital nomad? There are many advantages, but there are also drawbacks you should keep in mind before deciding to switch to such a lifestyle. Let’s compare the pros and cons of being a digital nomad to find out whether this decision will suit you.

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Asia

KOREAN LANGUAGE COURSES IN SOUTH KOREA

The best way to learn Korean is by taking language courses and living in South Korea at the same time. That is why Asia Exchange enables students to study at a Korean University and take Korean language classes in Seoul, Ansan or Busan. Are you interested in a language program in Korea? If that’s the case, keep reading! 

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Beyond Abroad

STUDY IN PORTUGAL IN ENGLISH

Do you want to study abroad in Portugal, but you thought you needed to study in Portuguese? Luckily, that is not the case. You can study in Lisbon in English indeed! Portugal hosts more than 50,000 international students each year. Its capital, Lisbon, is one of the most favored study abroad destinations in Europe.

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Asia

Moving to South Korea – Part II

Someya from Sweden moved to South Korea at the beginning of 2021. She started her full degree in international business at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul. Last week we published the first part of this interview series on our blog. This week, you will find out about Someya’s daily life and challenges in Seoul as a foreigner. (Part II)

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Asia

Moving to South Korea – A student experience

From Stockholm to Seoul! Someya started her full degree program in South Korea in March 2021. She will be studying international business for four years at the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul. Someya is sharing her honest experience with us. (Part I)

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Asia

My honest Experience in Busan – Aïtzbea from France

Aïtzbea Hyau studied abroad at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul, South Korea, in 2021. She is a French student from the University of Havre Normandy, and during her stay, stayed in Seoul. But Aïtzbea also travelled around Korea and fell in love with Busan. Check out her interview if you are interested in Busan or South Korea!

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Asia

TOP 3 ACTIVITIES TO RECHARGE IN BUSAN

On the one hand, Busan’s economic strength with South Korea’s biggest port and 3.4 million inhabitants characterizes the big city life. On the other hand, Busan is a haven for over 7 million tourists per year. Consequently, Busan has endless opportunities for leisure activities and relaxation. We have collected our top 3 recharging activities for you!

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Asia

Why Study in South Korea student insights

I am Aura from Finland and I’m studying Industrial Management at the University of Vaasa. When my plans of studying abroad in Norway got canceled due to COVID-19, I was first devastated. But then it turned out that life had planned something different for me! Find out more about my decision of studying abroad in South Korea in this article. 

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Asia

Top 4 places you must visit in Seoul as a K-pop fan

As Hallyu is taking over the world like a storm, more tourists and international students are packing their bags and heading to the heart of Korean pop culture, Seoul. Seoul acts as the home of the biggest K-pop management companies, various K-pop tourist attractions, numerous filming locations of the most popular K-dramas and much more!

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Tips for studying abroad

4 reasons why you will benefit from travelling solo

Solo travelling can be challenging and stressful and it requires courage. Indeed, travelling all by yourself to a foreign country can be intimidating. However, jumping in at the deep end will be worth it! We share our top 4 reasons why solo travelling can be more beneficial than grouping up with friends.

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