Moving overseas seemed too good to be true. It was the perfect next step for my career. I was able to stay in Europe, play competitive volleyball, and get my masters at the same time.Emmy Blouin, 27 Northumbria University, Women’s Volleyball
I decided to go to England because I wanted an adventure - to do something different after graduating college. It was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made, and I would 100% recommend this experience to people of all ages.Kathleen Collins, 22 Durham University, Women’s Lacrosse
My life could not have changed more drastically in one year’s time, and I can’t tell you how happy that makes me. If you are on this site, you are considering doing something incredible with your life - don’t pass up an opportunity like this.Alex Hodge, 24 Durham University, Men’s Volleyball & Rowing
My reaction to finding out that I could study and play soccer overseas was, WOW! I thought it would be amazing to play football in the country that made the sport what it is today while studying at one of the top universities in the world.Jessica Quador, 24 Durham University, Women’s Football & Futsal
My initial reaction to finding out about this opportunity was that I had to be a part of it. There was nothing more exciting than having a chance to experience life overseas and be a part of the sporting culture in a new county.David Heller, 25 Durham University, Men’s Volleyball
Studying and playing volleyball in the UK was the best year of my life! Living in another country, playing the sport I love, and getting my masters in one year was an experience I couldn’t turn down.Holly Fong, 21 Durham University, Women’s Volleyball
Taking a chance and moving to a new country was one of the best choices I’ve ever made. This opportunity has changed my life and given me more memories, wisdom, and an incredible degree on top of that.Kaiyana Johnson, 22 Durham University, Women’s Volleyball
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