Though I’m now at university in the UK, I spent a sizeable chunk of my childhood and all my teenage years away from the country I was born in. My British passport alone won’t tell you much about me – because a huge part of my identity comes from having grown up going to international schools. I didn’t realise how much of a different experience I’d had to most people my age until I came to university – but now, I only appreciate my international upbringing more. Here are some things (good and bad) you too might experience as an international school kid about to launch your university career…

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