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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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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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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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Exchange in Milan – By Trang Nguyen

Academic experiences   I was doing a double major of the Bachelor of Commerce, Accounting and Corporate Finance, and the semester I chose to study abroad was also my very last semester overseas. I had 4 subjects needed to be completed: Portfolio theory management III – equivalent to Equity Portfolio Management Options, Futures and Risk […]

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HEC Montreal Exchange- by Gabriel Calilung

I am a 3rd year student majoring in Corporate Finance and International Business who went on exchange at HEC Montreal, Canada. My primary goal during the exchange was to find out if I can live independently while simultaneously trying to improve my communication skills. The program was one of the best and scariest experience of […]

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Exchange: Exploring, Chilling and Never Growing Up in Europe – By Siddharth Shah

To begin with, I’d like to reflect upon the advice and experiences I heard when I was preparing to go on exchange last year. From all the blogs I read, the past exchangers I listened to and the Global Learning staff whom I consulted, there were a few recurring benefits mentioned and expectations created. In […]

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Consider the Academic Possibilities (HEC Montreal) – by Steven Mann

You’ve probably all heard about how great an exchange is, what an amazing time you’ll have visiting exotic foreign locales, meeting new people and having adventures that simply aren’t possible in Adelaide. Of course all these things are true, but the market for saying so is saturated, so rather I suggest you should think about […]

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Exchange to the University of Birmingham – by Johnny Kong

Semester 1, 2014 I went to the University of Birmingham for a 6-month exchange program. The reason why I chose Birmingham was because it is the second largest city in England and the University has a very good ranking and reputation. Further, I chose Britain was because I grew up in colonial Hong Kong and […]

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Semester Exchange at the University of Exeter – by Thi Ngoc Anh Nguyen

I had been at Exeter in the second last semester of my three-year Bachelor of Finance degree. I chose Exeter University for my exchange because I have a friend studying in Exeter. Exeter is also a very prestigious University with an award-winning campus, which was another pull factor. Global Learning was fantastic in helping me […]

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