Tue 24 March 2009, The Guardian

The art of studying overseas

By Harriet Swain
Going overseas to study is like starting a new relationship. First, everything about it seems amazing. Then you discover the faults. Then you find these faults charming. Then you adopt the faults and irritate old friends by being constantly late or preferring to take your tea black.
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