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Humans of Global Learning – Emma Williams, University of Leeds

INTERVIEW BY CHELSEA ALLEN Emma describes the university life in England as quite different to Adelaide. “The thing that probably took the longest to get used to was the grading system. It’s not harsher, just different. So like, a 70 is the equivalent of a High Distinction here, and so when lecturers would say that […]

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New York City – by Jason Vines

Before making the final decisions on my exchange trip, I spent a long time contemplating on how long to go for. Six months, twelve months, six months, twelve months? Every day I was weighing up the pros and cons of both until I finally settled on twelve months–and that decision was one of the best […]

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