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Study Overseas Alumni #6: Jonty Dear

Jonty Dear has completed two programs with us, and is about to start his third. In Semester 2, 2015, Jonty studied at McGill University in Canada. In Winter School of 2016, he took part in the Cambodia Humanitarian Design Summit run by Engineers Without Borders, and for the duration of Semester 2, 2018, he will […]

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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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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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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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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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Exchange at the University of Strasbourg – By Madeline Sarre

Earlier this year, I went on a university exchange in Strasbourg, an old city in North-Eastern France. It took months of paperwork, all my savings and a lot of courage, but it was pretty great. Here are some of the wonderful things that I experienced. The town of Strasbourg is incredibly beautiful, sitting on a […]

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Exchange at the Université de Strasbourg – By Henrietta Byrne

I’m sat at Café Bretelles (the coffee is the best you’ll find in town, but it is a little costlier than the 50 cent sludge you’ll find in vending machines scattered across campus). It’s my last week of being a student at the University of Strasbourg and I’m thinking back on what has been a […]

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Exchange at McGill University – By Justin Low

This year, McGill University was voted the best student city in the entirety of North-America, and my experience while on exchange here has been telling of this status. From the get go, events around the campus kept me occupied and gave me a chance to meet new people. Frosh week (or as we would call […]

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Exchange to Sciences Po, Paris – by Eleni Christaki-Hedrick

“Paris is always a good idea” – this iconic phrase could not be more perfect to summarise my exchange experience so far. I am a seasoned traveller and this is certainly not my first time to the city of love and lights, but upon arrival I couldn’t hold in my excitement to finally start my […]

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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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