I did my international mobility in Glasgow, United Kingdom, back in 2019. Getting involved in the university life and meeting people from all over the world opened me to a new world of possibilities and made me get more involved in my city and student representation initiatives at the University of Granada. It shaped who I am today, and discovered me what I enjoyed the most for my academic and professional future.
Studying in the UK is quite different in terms of methodology and evaluation plans from Spanish universities. It might be difficult at the beginning to keep track with everything, but it makes you develop some other skills such as critical-thinking and research skills.