Tokyo Medical and Dental University

Student Blog: Tokyo’s tiny medical school defied my expectations

A fifth-year medical student says the reality at Tokyo Medical and Dental University, one of the world's best small universities 2016, is very different from what she expected.
Cour aux Ernests at ENS

Student Blog: The positives and negatives of studying at a small university in Paris, France

Two students at École Normale Supérieure, ranked number two in the world’s Best Small Universities 2016, reflect on their experience studying in the centre of Paris
Lausanne, Switzerland

Student Blog: A year abroad at university in Switzerland

A UK physics student meets people of all nationalities, improves her language skills and enjoys beautiful scenery on her year abroad in Switzerland
Flags at the United Nations, Geneva

Student Blog: Making international connections studying in Geneva

Ashley C. Pilipiszyn says that studying at the University of Geneva, the fifth most international university in the world, gave her life-changing opportunities to connect with influential people and students from around the world
Skyscrapers in Hong Kong

Student Blog: Discovering my passion at the University of Hong Kong

Vesta Eresta Jaya from Indonesia explains how stretching her comfort zone at the University of Hong Kong allowed her to gain valuable insight
Luxembourg city

Student Blog: My experience as an international student at the University of Luxembourg

As the University of Luxembourg is named as the second most international university in the world, Heidi Flinkman, from Finland, explains why she transferred there from her home university to complete her undergraduate degree as an international student.
Stressed student

Student Blog: Applying through Ucas as an international student

One international student offers a first-hand account of navigating the confusing hurdles to completing your application to a UK university through Ucas
Student feedback

Student Blog: Should students choose their course content?

Blogger Laura Warner reflects on the UK government’s higher education Green Paper and argues that student choice and feedback are important, but only with the right aims in mind