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Ireland to Resume Travel Between EU, UK, and US
The Cabinet in Ireland has agreed to adopt the EU Covid Certificate system from July 19, allowing non-essential travel between Ireland and the rest of the EU to return. Holiday travel to the UK and US will also return from mid-July.
Qantas Considers Perks for Vaccinated Passengers
Australia’s national airline Qantas is reportedly considering introducing travel perks for passengers who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
The Turing Scheme Vs. Erasmus+
Named after famed mathematician Alan Turing, the scheme will replicate the same basic idea of Erasmus by providing financial support to students while studying abroad.
NSW Plans International Student Return
Plans to bring international students back to Australia have been revealed by the state government in New South Wales, only a few weeks after the feral government first indicated large numbers of students would not return to the country until 2022.
Traffic Light Travel Plan Leaves UK Vulnerable to Variants
According to leading UK scientists, it is inevitable that new coronavirus variants will enter the country when international travel resumes to and from England from 17 May.
Top 5 Countries to Teach English Abroad
With this article, we aim to help you select the best destinations for teaching English abroad, some of which don’t even require you to have prior teaching experience.
Australia’s International Students Unwilling to Study Remotely
A survey of over 6,000 prospective international students, conducted by student recruitment agency IDP, has found that only 7% of participants who want to study at Australian universities are unwilling to do so on a purely remote basis.
UK’s Vaccine Success Attracts International Students
A survey of over 100,000 students planning to attend university abroad has discovered that the UK’s successful vaccine rollout makes the country more appealing to students, with 47% of them stating they would be more likely to study at British universities because of vaccination rates.
The Countries Welcoming Vaccinated Tourists
From Iceland to Seychelles, countries around the world are dropping border restrictions or easing them significantly for those who’ve been fully vaccinated. We detail the countries reopening to tourists who’ve received a COVID-19 vaccine.
Trips to Book a Year in Advance
Say you have your heart set on a specific destination, specific experience or are trying to co-ordinate with several people. In this case, waiting and planning will ensure you’re not disappointed come travel day. With this in mind, the journeys we will discuss in this blog are best planned at least twelve months ahead.
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Student House Hunting Tips During COVID-19
Besides all of the fun and games that a shared house can bring, there are also some boring adult things to do. Firstly, the process of finding and successfully getting a house, then things like picking rooms, setting up Wi-Fi, electricity, TV, splitting bills and so on. There’s also the small matter of staying safe and acting responsibly, especially in light of the current situation.
Top Tips for being a Productive Student
Productivity at University is a challenge when you also want to enjoy your student days, having spontaneous nights out during the week, having a day out with friends or binge-watching Netflix all day when you have no seminars or lectures. Send My Bag have included our top tips for being productive at University, so that you can do what is needed done and still enjoy the fun part of University!
Face Coverings Mandatory at Ulster University
Staff and students at Ulster University (UU) in Northern Ireland will have to wear face coverings in lectures and classes when the 2020/21 academic year begins on 21 September.