Review Of Passport 2 Trade From UNIsorted

As founders of student advice website UNIsorted ( we highly recommend this website for students going or looking to student abroad.

Uni Sorted Manchester, UK
Uni Sorted Manchester, UK

We have both worked abroad and some things just can’t be found from Google or travel guides.

The students from Greater Manchester and other European Countries have collected useful information from 31 different European countries that help readers understand the work and study culture in that country. The information is available in English – the full version as well as German, French, Bulgarian, Czech, Finnish, Greek, Italian and Romanian.

The information offered is rare to find or not available elsewhere on the internet.

We particularly enjoy how precise the information is and really feel it would go a long way to helping a student settle into a new culture. Our only regret is that we wish this was around a few years ago when we worked abroad.

Sean Barber
Managing Director

About Aleksej Heinze

Passport to Trade 2.0 project leader. My research interests are in the area of disruptive innovation using information technology (IT) and the use of IT in business management. Topics include: enterprise 2.0; web 2.0, international business culture, search engine optimisation, and social media marketing.