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2019 New Colombo Plan Scholars – Maria Positano

Maria Positano is currently preparing to go on exchange to Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, in Semester 1 2019. Maria is currently studying a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Media. As the recipient of a 2019 New Colombo Plan Scholarship and a PricewaterhouseCoopers 2019 fellow, Maria has been funded for her exchange and an […]

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Study Overseas Alumni #9 – Cassandra Cook

Cassandra Cook is currently studying in her third year of a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Creative Writing and minoring in Anthropology. In February 2018, she took part in the Reimagining India program through the New Colombo Plan.   During the Reimagining India program, Cassandra spent a few days in Mumbai, before moving on to […]

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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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Why Exchange Makes the Ordinary Become Extraordinary – By Megan Lock

Studying abroad is a truly amazing experience. Your ordinary university routine may well be largely similar, but will definitely be enhanced by a new city, a new country, new friends and maybe even a new language. It’s now been two months since I left little old Adelaide for the bright and bustling metropolis of Osaka […]

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