Accommodation Moving to Scotland

Finding accommodation in Glasgow or Edinburgh

Finding an accommodation in Glasgow or Edinburgh is anything but a walk in the park.

Glasgow being a student city, the hardest time to find a flat is from July to October. If you plan to arrive during this time of year, maybe consider a reconnaissance mission to view some flats and book one in advance.

On the other hand, you should have more choice if you arrive around April-May when the student year ends and flats become available little by little.

Brexit Moving to Scotland

Brexit for European citizens: get your pre-settled status.

If you have just moved to the UK or if you are planning to move in the next few months, you must have heard about one of the Brexit consequences: settled and pre-settled status for European citizens.

You’ll find here the different steps to follow to get your status.

Health Moving to Scotland

How to register and book an appointment with the GP in Scotland

Booking an appointment with the GP in Scotland could seem a bit complex when you don’t know the Scottish health system.

Nothing to worry about, this article explains each step of the GP registration process. Moreover, did you know that NHS Scotland is one of the most efficient systems in the UK?


Bike rides to do in Glasgow

We can finally get some fresh air! Lockdown rules are slowly starting to be eased in Scotland, so we thought of five easy bike rides to do in Glasgow, just a few km from the city center.


Where to buy face masks in Scotland?

Face masks are becoming the must-have accessory of the year. Have you thought about getting a reusable face mask? If you’re not really confident in your sewing skills, you can still order your face masks from small businesses selling their products on the Internet. And since it’s always better to buy local, here is a small selection of shops based in Scotland where you can buy them.

Moving to Scotland Work

How to find a job in Scotland: a guide to get started

If you would like to find a job in Scotland, I have a good news for you: the unemployment rate is quite low. It’s pretty easy to find a job.


What to do in the East End of Glasgow

There are a lot of things to do in the East End of Glasgow: this neighborhood is full of iconic locations. It’s also the medieval heart of the city.

Follow our itinerary to make the most of your time in the East End

Non classé Scotland

10 things to do during lockdown (Scotland Edition)

Looking for things to do during lockdown? We have gathered 10 ideas to keep you occupied during the corona virus crisis whether you’re in in the UK or elsewhere in the world. And of course, the common theme is… Scotland!


Frenchie Weegie events: our partners

Frenchie Weegie is also all about cultural events! We are thrilled to announce our collaborations with The Language Hub & The Cafe Hub and M Gallery Glasgow.
They will be hosting our first series of events and we could not be more grateful for the opportunity!

The Language Hub & The Cafe Hub 

Logo The Language Hub

The Language Hub offers innovative, exciting and affordable language classes and events for children and adults from various language backgrounds. Starting at the age of six months, the management team work to create sustainable and valued employment opportunities for language teachers.

The teachers are all native speakers with experiences and qualifications in linguistics and/or education and are dedicated to providing the high-quality learning experience the learners deserve.

They also run an English and foreign language children’s bookshop stocked with new and preloved books and a nice and cosy coffee shop with play and reading corners for your little ones.

The Language Hub Facebook page

M Gallery Glasgow

M Gallery is providing an exhibition space and a rich programme of workshops and events for all ages at the heart of the Language Hub on 7 Keith street, Glasgow.

Discover the programme on the gallery’s facebook page.

Frenchie Weegie events

At Frenchie Weegie, we want to offer joyful and innovative events to the community. Our goal is to give you the chance to discover talented artists and new cultures while having a great time!

We can’t wait to welcome you soon to one of our events. Follow us on social media to stay informed:

Facebook: Frenchie Weegie

Instagram: @FrenchieWeegie

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How to get to Edinburgh and Glasgow city centre from the airport

The main Scottish airports are Glasgow and Edinburgh airports. This article lays out the different options to get to the city centre of both major Scottish cities from the two airports.