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Easter Holidays in Europe– by GLObewriter Faith Blake

Faith Blake is studying on exchange at the University of Sheffield in the UK for Semester 1 of 2017. As a GLObewriter, Faith shares her experiences with us every month. This is her third entry. You can see all of her posts using here.  After spending twenty gruelling hours on a plane to the UK, it […]

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GLObewriter Introduction – Kate, University of Strasbourg

My name is Kate Neadley, I’m an undergrad student studying a double degree in BArts/BScience and I’m about to start an adventure at the University of Strasbourg, France for a semester exchange. I chose Strasbourg because not only is it situated in one of the most beautiful regions of France (a 20 minute walk over […]

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Humans of Global Learning – Blake Smart, Japan Media Industries and Cultures Study Tour

INTERVIEW BY CHELSEA ALLEN Blake chose a study tour over an exchange because, as he tells us, “I was at a point in my life where I wanted to change something and do something adventurous. But I didn’t have a lot of money, and the media trip to Japan was pretty much the perfect choice. […]

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GLObewriter Introduction: Jasmine, University of Sheffield

I usually have an extensively detailed spreadsheet organised by now! Only one month to go, and yet I’m preparing vastly different this time. By different, I mean I’m acting contrary to my moderate to high control-freak tendencies, and thoroughly against my better judgment. These blank slots in my exchange timetable are both nerve-racking and terribly […]

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Exchange Life in University of Nottingham – By Pui Yi Sabrina Lee

I am an international student in AU, and also an exchange student in UoN. Attention please: coaches in England are never on time… I waited extra three hours from Heathrow airport to Nottingham. So better catch train if you are in rush or only have one luggage. Nottingham is more likely as Melbourne; everything is […]

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Exchange at Nagoya University – By Henry Lu

Hello, my name is Henry Lu, I am currently a fourth year Law and Arts student. In April 2015 I headed to Nagoya, Japan to conduct a yearlong exchange program at Nagoya University. Going to Japan I had several goals in mind, some of these included to improve my Japanese language ability, eat delicious food […]

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Exchange to the University of British Columbia – by Max Jamieson

It’s quite difficult to break new ground in summarizing what it is like to go on an exchange. Phrases like “best time of your life,” “most incredible experience ever” and “unbelievable” are used frequently. Turns out, this is done for good reason. The opportunities to live somewhere else in the world, meet a bunch of […]

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