Information sessions

We regularly host online information sessions so you can learn more about our working holiday programs.

Unlock Your UK Working Holiday Adventure!

Are you thinking about embarking on a life-changing working holiday in the United Kingdom? The opportunity to explore new cultures, build your career, and create unforgettable memories awaits you!

Don’t miss out on our upcoming webinar where we’ll guide you through the essential steps to make your UK working holiday dreams a reality.

The UK is a melting pot of history, culture, and traditions. Discover how a Working Holiday provides a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of British life. From exploring iconic landmarks to mingling with locals, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the UK’s cultural nuances.

If you have any questions about a Working Holiday experience in the UK, or specifically any of our programs, our experts will be on hand to answer all your queries during our webinar sessions. Get personalised advice and gain the confidence you need to embark on this transformative journey.

Need to know more? Get in touch.

Information Sessions for a UK Working Holiday

UK Working Holiday Webinar
Thursday 11th July
7pm AEST
UK Working Holiday Webinar
Thursday 15th August
7pm AEST
UK Working Holiday Webinar
Thursday 12th September
7pm AEST

Don’t miss this opportunity to turn your UK working holiday dreams into reality. Spaces are limited, so register now to secure your spot and take the first step towards an incredible adventure in the United Kingdom.

Why Attend?

  • Gain valuable insights from Sophie, our Program Manager, who is based in London
  • Learn more about our programs, locations and partners to kickstart your UK adventure.
  • Connect with a community of individuals sharing the same aspirations.

Check our blogs

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Blimey! A Guide to British Slang

Lush, quid or poorly; when moving to the UK for a Working Holiday there’s some British Slang you should know. You might think you speak English, but once you read this blog you might not be so sure.

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