Europe: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

Feeling homesick while working abroad? Tori discovers that you can find a piece of home wherever you are.
Think that teaching English is a quick ticket to long-term travels? While it is a great way to explore other countries, it’s not quite that easy.
Why Amsterdam is the ideal student exchange city.
Hints: Start early and don't forget to read the fine print.
When a pros and cons list doesn't work, Sophie goes with her gut.
When it comes to a semester overseas, forget midterm exams. The real tests happen outside the classroom.  
When it comes to freelancing abroad, time management is perhaps the most important skill to master.
If you’re blessed with both the opportunity to go to Scotland and fine weather once you get there, don’t waste any time in getting out to explore.
All it takes is a little research and some cost-cutting techniques for fun-filled weekend in Norway's capital.
A comprehensive guide to surviving a weekend at Germany’s most famous beer festival.
Sick of germy children and gerund verbs, Danika looks at other overseas work opportunities for English speakers who don't want to teach.
Despite continued incredulity from others, Vanessa insists on wandering the globe. Here's why.
Page 17 of 25

Join the Verge Community

Verge Magazine Membership

Join our community of savvy travellers and put nearly two decades of inspiring articles, authoritative information and expert advice to work for you.

Show me more > Login >


Travel Intelligence Bulletin


The latest openings overseas—direct to your inbox.

Subscriber Login


Verge believes in travel for change. International experience creates global citizens, who can change our planet for the better. This belief is at the core of everything we do.

For more than a decade, Verge has produced quality resources and events to help people experience the world in a meaningful way, through opportunities to study, work and volunteer abroad.