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Student Experience – Sebastian Levesque – The National University of Singapore

Returned student Sebastian Levesque (aka Gauzier) sat down with us to chat all about his exchange to the National University of Singapore and his travels around his exchange. 

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The Benefits of Multiple Overseas Programs – Harry Lucas

  Harry Lucas has completed four programs through Study Overseas, and is on track to complete another. His first program was a Civil Engineering Study Tour to China in 2014, followed by a placement in 2015, an internship at the start of 2018, and an exchange for a Full Calendar Year in 2018. Harry is on […]

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GLO Alumni #4 – Katie Bezzoubov

Katie Bezzoubov graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2016 with a Bachelor of Health Sciences, specialising in Health Promotion and Indigenous Health. Katie completed two overseas programs during her time at The University of Adelaide and currently works as a Project Support Officer for Disability SA. Katie told us she had previously travelled to […]

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Exchange at Shanghai Jiao Tong University – by Ellen Schulz

10 reasons why you should consider study in Asia Dynamic and modern world cities Living in Shanghai, a city of over 24 million people, was an amazing experience. I loved being in a city where things are constantly happening – from the great nightlife to the ever-growing startup community to never-ending new restaurants and events, […]

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Digging my hole to China: A new chapter – By Angus Heida

Education is one of the most important weapons you have. It will place you in a far better position to serve yourself and your community.”  This quote was made by an international leader who, in my eyes, redefined what it meant to be a true human. Time and time again, he influenced and continues to […]

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Exchange to Shanghai Jiao Tong University – by Larry Cavallo

I applied for an exchange in China because I am studying Chinese and I believed that immersing myself in the country would be the best way to improve my language skills, and I wanted an experience that would help me to grow and mature and I thought that China is a country very culturally different […]

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Exchange to Shanghai Jiao Tong University – by Jodie Gleeson

Before I began my exchange in Shanghai, I travelled around China for almost one month. After first arriving in China, my new home for the next six months, I began to understand the differences between my culture and the Chinese culture. Even now after two months of being in China, I don’t think I can […]

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Exchange at Tsinghua University (Beijing, China) – by Michael Norris

I am currently completing a semester exchange at Tsinghua University. Below I’ve documented my experiences to date under three broad categories, with the aim of providing some tips for making the most at China’s foremost university. Studies As an exchange student, you have 20 credits of study to complete per semester. Most subjects are 4 […]

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Exchange to Tsinghua University – by James Langanis

I arrived in Beijing in the middle of September 2014 full of promise and expectation for the semester at Tsinghua University to come. Whilst travelling from the airport to Tsinghua in my university-organised car, I stared out the window in awe at the sheer size and bustle of Beijing. The city sprawls out almost endlessly […]

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Confucius Semester Program at Shandong University – by Dale Clayton

During Semester 1 of 2014, I studied Chinese language at Shandong University in Jinan, capital of the Shandong Provence in the People’s Republic of China. This proved to be both a challenging and rewarding experience. Arriving in November of 2013, I spent several months travelling and experiencing different regions of China. After a brief sojourn […]

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