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Assistant travel editor and third-year English undergraduate at University of Birmingham, originally from South Wales. You can contact me on: travel. assistant@thenationalstudent.com
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No,  that does not mean Shakespeare should be excluded from the syllabus.

Why the Eurocentricity of university English courses needs to be challenged

No, that does not mean Shakespeare should be excluded from the syllabus.

We're talking bamboo treehouses, caves, and renovated cavanas.

Take a look inside Airbnb’s 10 most wish-listed homes

We're talking bamboo treehouses, caves, and renovated cavanas.

From stylish cocktail bars and superclubs to renovated warehouses and roof terraces, these are the places to know as a fresher in Birmingham.

A Fresher's Guide to clubbing in Birmingham

From stylish cocktail bars and superclubs to renovated warehouses and roof terraces, these are the places to know as a fresher in Birmingham.

A Birmingham student had 8 pm finishes two years ago

Some Birmingham uni classes will finish at 7 pm

A Birmingham student had 8 pm finishes two years ago

Post-travel depression is a common experience for students and young people, so why is no one talking about it?

Post-travel depression: what is it and how can we combat it?

Post-travel depression is a common experience for students and young people, so why is no one talking about it?

A great victory for animal rights advocates.

Thomas Cook has announced it will stop selling tickets to SeaWorld

A great victory for animal rights advocates.

It's called the Stormzy Scholarship
You might be surprised by who studied neurosurgery.

12 famous faces who went to university and what they studied

You might be surprised by who studied neurosurgery.

Óbidos is Centro de Portugal’s best-kept secret, a fortified literary town where you can stay in a hotel surrounded by 45,000 books.

Óbidos: the fairy-tale Portuguese historical village known for its literary culture and chocolate-cupped cherry liqueur

Óbidos is Centro de Portugal’s best-kept secret, a fortified literary town where you can stay in a hotel surrounded by 45,000 books.

Santa Cruz is one of many destinations on the Centro de Portugal coast taking strides for sustainable festival culture and environmentally conscious tourism.

Santa Cruz is the festival and surf destination pioneering sustainable tourism

Santa Cruz is one of many destinations on the Centro de Portugal coast taking strides for sustainable festival culture and environmentally conscious tourism.

 “My first language is BSL and I want the chance to do this as a GCSE

GCSE in British Sign Language may be introduced following a 12-year-old boy’s campaign

“My first language is BSL and I want the chance to do this as a GCSE

Set up base at one of Peniche’s affordable and chic surf houses to enjoy diverse surfing conditions and a dynamic nightlife.

The ideal student surf destination: Centro de Portugal’s laidback “surf capital” Peniche

Set up base at one of Peniche’s affordable and chic surf houses to enjoy diverse surfing conditions and a dynamic nightlife.

A vibrant fishing town located on Centro de Portugal’s coast, Nazaré is home to some of the largest waves in the world and is characterized by its enchanting legends and ancestral fishing traditions.

Nazaré is a town ripe with fishing traditions and animated by mammoth waves

A vibrant fishing town located on Centro de Portugal’s coast, Nazaré is home to some of the largest waves in the world and is characterized by its enchanting legends and ancestral fishing traditions.

Finland is all smiles as it tops the World Happiness Report in 2018.

These are the happiest countries in the world

Finland is all smiles as it tops the World Happiness Report in 2018.

Love Island fever may have swept the nation, but don't let it affect your travels.

Love Island 2018: How to avoid the contestants on a trip to Mallorca

Love Island fever may have swept the nation, but don't let it affect your travels.

You don't have to go far to take a plunge in some crystal clear water.

Summer in the UK: the best places for wild water swimming

You don't have to go far to take a plunge in some crystal clear water.

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