I went to the Christmas market one evening with some friends, and it turned out to be one of my favourite moments from my time in Edinburgh. Here are three highlights from that evening.
Coming to a new place is always exciting but it comes with its own pros and cons. Here are a few things that I wish I had known before I arrived, that might help you to settle in quicker.
Time always finds a way to fly. Now that we have said goodbye to 2018, it is time to face 2019. The end of a year is always a good time to reflect on the things that you have still to achieve. Here are my New Years Resolutions for 2019!
If you need a study break, a place to have a chat with a friend or just a warm cup of coffee on a rainy Winters day, here are three cosy coffee spots to try in Edinburgh!
Many of us are familiar with the “student budget struggle.” For those of you coming from countries with less favourable exchange rates, this post gives some tips on how to spread your money just a little bit further.
When I first came to Edinburgh I felt overwhelmed by this city, with its mystic charm, old buildings and beautiful nature all around. Edinburgh has a way of making you feel at home very quickly, and there are many things about the city that make student life here an experience not to miss.
IBEM students at the School recently launched their first ever student speaker series “Real Talk: My Story.” This is an excellent student-led initiative which enables the cohort, consisting of 20 different nationalities, to share their life experiences – providing a great insight into business and cultures around the world.
It’s been four months since I arrived in Edinburgh to study my Masters programme and I think this is the right moment to write a little bit about this stunning city.