Blogs

Kobe University

Learning new things at Kobe University

Chinese student Yue Xu chose to study at Kobe University owing to the high staff-to-student ratio and opportunities to study abroad, but found making friends harder than expected

Hiroshima University

Studying at Hiroshima University: an international perspective

A Brazilian student studying in Japan highlights the unique opportunities available at Hiroshima University as well as the cultural differences between Brazil and Japan

Why study a PhD in English literature?

Studying for a PhD in English literature is not just a “run-on from an MA”, writes John Francis Davies, but requires deep introspection and societal awareness

Osaka City University

Why I chose to study at Osaka City University

Osaka City University boasts a good reputation for science research, an international atmosphere and a stimulating learning environment with the opportunity to experience Japanese life

Tohoku University

The study experience at Tohoku University

Tohoku University is a research-intensive university that offers students a good grounding to develop their own education paths

University of Sussex

Global collaboration for film and media students

A study partnership between the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the University of Sussex will enable students to learn about media and communications on a global scale

student wellbeing

Student Experience Survey 2017: investigating well-being at university

PhD student Susan Oman outlines the findings from a year she spent listening to her peers about what is important to their well-being, and their broader experiences of higher education

Students on campus

Student Experience Survey 2017: hear from students at the top institutions

Students from some of the top performing universities in the 2017 Student Experience Survey discuss what makes their university great