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The Benefits of Multiple Overseas Programs – Harry Lucas

  Harry Lucas has completed four programs through Study Overseas, and is on track to complete another. His first program was a Civil Engineering Study Tour to China in 2014, followed by a placement in 2015, an internship at the start of 2018, and an exchange for a Full Calendar Year in 2018. Harry is on […]

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6 Weeks in Stuttgart – by Dechlan Victory

Dechlan completed the German in Germany Study Tour in Summer School, 2017, before starting his exchange at the Technical University of Munich for a Full Calendar Year in 2017. The following blog post is an excerpt from Dechlan’s blog, Dechlan and Deutschland.  I arrived in Germany on the 4th of January and spent the first […]

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Coming Back to Reality – Asat Mahmutov

Asat studied at the University of Mannheim in Semester 1, 2017 at part of his Bachelor of Finance.   I can’t believe it took my fourth year of university to finally go on exchange, even when I had planning on going on exchange since my first year of uni. I was always hesitant about going […]

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GLObewriter Introduction: Lauren, University of Mannheim, Germany

“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes Freedom, responsibility, and the first few, somewhat, frightening steps towards adulthood have come 15000 kilometres from home. From negotiating language barriers, opening a German bank account, understanding the local customs, to renting my first […]

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Exchange at the University of Mannheim – By Ching Yang Ong

Before even realizing it, it is already the middle part of the semester. Looking back, I can still remember the complex feelings I had when I first arrived into Germany as an exchange student. Germany was the first non-English speaking country I have ever lived in, coming here was both equally exciting and terrifying at […]

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love my Mannheim Exchange – By James Rudd

’ve been thinking a lot about ol’ Vater Deutschland recently and trying to figure out if I love the country or hate it. The scales in my mind have never really tipped too far one way or the other. Whenever I’m feeling super cool with the general German happenin’s around me there’s usually some reminder […]

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University of Mannheim Exchange- by Emma-Luise Zirkel

As expected it did take sometime to adapt to life in a city where I did not know anyone or was familiar with my surroundings. However, as I began to attend more social events these initial nerves dissipated as I met more people. The University of Mannheim Exchange student program, Visum, put on weekly events […]

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Studying Abroad at European Business School – by Anastasia Gravas

I knew I always wanted to live abroad so choosing to go on exchange was the perfect opportunity. Arriving in Oestrich Winkel was somewhat of a culture shock. In comparison to Adelaide it was completely different. It is a small, quaint, peaceful town located on the Rhine River but also surrounded by vineyards and beautiful […]

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Semester Exchange to the Technical University of Munich – by Patrick Philbey

Going on exchange was the best choice I’ve made during my studies at Uni of Adelaide. In the middle of 2013, I made a reasonably uninformed decision about what country to choose as my top choice for an exchange. I chose Germany, mainly because I considered going to an English speaking country to be too […]

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Exchange to the Technical University of Munich – by Cathryn McDonald

Spending a year at the Technical University of Munich was one of the most daunting experiences of my life, but also one of the most rewarding. Adelaide life didn’t prepare me for living at the top of the tallest building in the “Student City”, an entire suburb of student housing that is home to three […]

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