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Study Overseas Alumni #11 – Jan Noya

Jan Noya is currently studying a Bachelor of Arts with a Bachelor of Economics, majoring in International Studies and Politics. At the end of 2018, Jan completed a professional overseas internship in Fiji through Project Everest. He is also the President of the Adelaide University Filipino Club.   Jan wanted to gain international experience, as […]

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Study Overseas Alumni #7 – Bradley Thompson

    Bradley Thompson has completed three programs with us – an exchange to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Semester 1, 2015, and again for a Full Year across 2016-2017, as well as an engineering placement with Fire and Risk Alliance in Chicago for Semester 2, 2017. We asked Bradley some questions about […]

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Student Perspective: Sciences Po, Paris Campus – Elana Bartholomeusz

Elana Bartholomeusz completed an exchange at Sciences Po, Paris, in Semester 2 2017.  My experience at Sciences Po University in Paris was, to put it simply, like nothing else I had ever done in my life! This exchange was so rewarding for countless reasons, and I really enjoyed so many aspects of the student and […]

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Leaving my Heart in Vancouver, Canada – Rachel Ames

Rachel attended the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Semester 1, 2017 as part of her Bachelor of Arts.   Flying across the ocean, looking at the clouds drifting below, I began to imagine what Canada would be like. I pictured ice hockey, rivers of maple syrup, snowy mountains, mild rain showers, and maybe an […]

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Exchange at Dalhousie University – by Talia

Taking an exchange in Halifax, Nova Scotia, has been one of the most enjoyable experiences I have had with university so far. I took a semester long exchange during the fall term at Dalhousie University which was such a beautiful time of year. I got to see all the changing of the colours around the […]

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Exchange at McMaster University – by Kristof Nortkus

I began my studies at McMaster University (aka. Mac) in early September. It’s ranked as the 4th top university in Canada, it has great student life, excellent facilities, and is set in a beautiful location. The grounds are surrounded by a large lake and forest, where deer, and raccoons (and skunks) are free to roam […]

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A Month That Money Cannot Buy – by Tom Buchecker

It’s been an action-packed month since I touched down in the United Kingdom to begin my overseas adventure, and to sum it up in so few words is no easy task. After being waved off at the airport by friends and family, the 24-hour journey to Sheffield began, consisting of a flight to Dubai, another […]

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Another Australian goes to Canadia – By Jason Anglberger

Why You Should Come on Exchange to UBC (Anywhere in Canada will do) I’m going to assume that you want to go on an exchange. Trust me, its a good idea. It may be a lot of work, it may not really fit into your study plan, and it may not fit with your finances, […]

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What it means to say goodbye to home and my first month at Exeter University – by Liz Faggotter

For many the prospect of going on an International Exchange can seem a daunting thing – leaving your home, friends, family, culture and lifestyle behind. Personally this was not my first overseas experience, having gone on a high school exchange and travelling during my gap year I like to think of myself as an international […]

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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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