Options abroad for a gap year

Graduate students can further their education in foreign universities, and can gain great experience by volunteering for work with an aid agency. Dick O’Brien and Nicola Cooke report

17th July, 2010

Most graduates would ideally like to combine a gap year with either travelling or working, but sometimes these are not options. Money worries can put paid to the idea of leisurely working your way across the world.

Others will find it hard to get work when much of the world is still in recession or struggling to get out of it. One option is to continue your education abroad, while also gaining the experience of...

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