As you work your way through this final and very unusual term as an international student, some of you may be feeling disappointed because you have had to study remotely from home and haven’t had the international experience you had expected.
However you are feeling, here are some suggestions and tips to help you through this time of transition.
Video: Natalia shares her experience of adapting to student life as an international student during the pandemic.
U can connect with your peers wherever you are
Cameo and Mosaic Groups is an opportunity for international women to meet, chat and learn about British Culture
Globe café at Sutton Bonington
U can connect with Nottinghamshire and the U.K.
British things you will come to love as an international student.
Things to do in Nottinghamshire
Explore Nottingham Museums
Newstead Abbey Virtual Tours
U can make the most of support available
Centre for English Language Education
U can keep up to date about what you must do if you want to travel to the UK.
UK Government advice re travel and quarantine
British Council advice
U can shop for foods that remind you of home
Ozan International food Centre - Polish, Turkish, Latvian, German, American, Caribbean, Italian, Romanian, Greek, Cypriot foods
Murat Food Centre – international foods and Halal meats
Medina Continental Food Store near to the Jublilee Campus. Directions
African and Caribbean food stores
Yomode Favourite African store - Directions
Chinese food stores
WAN Li Chinese supermarket
Deyi Oriental Food supermarket
Persian and East European Food stores
Russian and East European Foods