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A Reflection on Milan by Maria Positano

Search “study abroad” on the UoA website and you’ll receive dozens of results stating how exchange programs are “life-changing” and “unforgettable.” As I prepare to head home from spending a semester studying at Bocconi University in Milan, I can confirm that the hype is accurate. Getting settled into Milan was even easier than I anticipated […]

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The Coldest and Best Semester – Emily Anderson

Emily completed an exchange to HEC Montreal, Canada, in Semester 1, 2017. I’m currently sitting at the Lima airport waiting for my flight home. I’ve been to 7 countries and 2 continents in the last 6 months, I’ve met some amazing people and shared some great experiences. Whilst sitting here I’m trying to think of […]

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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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Study Abroad – The University of Guelph by GLObewatcher Claire Nemeth

“It felt so surreal to actually be in the city and see all the places I’d dreamed of going.” Claire Nemeth is studying at The University of Guelph in Canada for Semester 1 of 2017. As a GLObewatcher, Claire is documenting her travels and sharing her experiences with us through videos. Get started with Claire’s […]

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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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Humans of Global Learning – Gabriel Calilung, HEC Montreal

INTERVIEW BY CHELSEA ALLEN Gabriel didn’t originally have HEC Montreal, Canada, as his first preference. He originally wanted to go to Norway and Denmark after discovering that the only university offered in Canada was in Montreal, a predominantly French-speaking part of Canada. However, he eventually decided to just go for it and applied for HEC […]

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Making the Most of Brighton, England – By Angus McFarlane

Studying at the University of Sussex in Brighton, England is an experience totally different than I expected and greater than I could have imagined. Settling into Brighton was easy, I have been living off campus in sort of boarding house accommodation just out of the center of Brighton with about 70 other exchange students from […]

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Alex Adamson – Endeavour Australia Cheung Kong Awardee – National University of Singapore

Published in the Endeavour Australia Cheung Kong Awards 2016 Memoir Book. Why go on exchange? Why not? That’s how it started for me. At some point it just clicked, and I decided that I was going on exchange. I realized that I couldn’t go to university and not go on exchange – that seemed like […]

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University of Nottingham Exchange – By Anthony Cormack

I’m not much of a writer but here goes. My semester exchange to the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom came upon by studying a Bachelor of Commerce in International Business and Corporate Finance. Without the requirements of having to partake in a semester abroad, personally I don’t think I would have left Adelaide […]

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