When considering studying abroad in the UK, it’s likely crossed your mind that you might want to join a club, a team or an society. Hopefully you’ve explored the universities you’re interested in to see what they have to offer, from fencing to academically-oriented societies, and picked out a few that you want to explore in person.
I may be biased, but I think my university town of Aberystwyth is the best hidden gem in Wales. It’s hidden so well, it’s right in front you, and you still can’t pronounce it, can you? (I’m kidding, it took me months, think: Aber-wrist-with.) In this blog, I'd like to make sure you get a better idea of what Wales has to offer and why it is an untapped gem of the UK.
When I realized that I would be studying in Wales, my father did what many parents do and found some books about Wales. We spent a while flipping through the books, trying to find information about Aberystwyth (Aber-wrist-with), where I'd planned to study, and enjoyed the various facts we stumbled into along the way. However, some of the most interesting facts about Wales are best learned by visiting in person. Here are some things I have learned about Wales from my time studying here: