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The World’s Smallest Big City: Aarhus – by Courtney Smith

Courtney Smith is currently studying a Bachelor of Psychological Science. In Winter School of 2018, Courtney travelled to Aarhus, Denmark, to take part in their summer program.   At the beginning of 2018, I had no idea that I would be traveling to Europe for the first time. I can clearly remember browsing the internet […]

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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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Humans of Global Learning – Carmela DeRobertis, Bologna University

INTERVIEW BY CHELSEA ALLEN Carmela originally wanted to study at an English-speaking university, however she decided to aim high and push herself by applying to a non-English speaking university. Carmela studied abroad at the University of Bologna, Italy. “I think the first week was the most challenging part,” She says, “It wasn’t homesickness. It was […]

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Exchange at Lund University – By Alexander Derrington-Borosewicz

To this day, almost five months have passed since I arrived in Lund, Sweden. Thinking back on everything that’s happened since I arrived, it seems a somewhat difficult task to compress it all into a blog, though I’ll try my best. First, the weather: if you’re coming here for the ‘spring’ semester at the start […]

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Kansai Gaidai Exchange experience – by Joel Caddy

I spent two semesters abroad at Kansai Gaidai, situated half-way between Osaka and Kyoto, and close to the old capital, Nara in Japan. Kansai Gaidai is a grand university, with conservative but impressive buildings and a great reputation within Japan. Japanese and English subjects are taught, and classmates come from all over the world – […]

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Exchange to McMaster University – by Sophie Kedzior

Before I embarked on my travel to Canada for McMaster University’s Winter term I was warned by many about how cold the weather could get. Nothing could have prepared me for the first few minutes out in the fresh Canadian air or the view of frozen lakes and snow during my travel to Hamilton, Ontario. […]

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Exchange to the University of Sussex – by Hayley Silenieks

I caught my flight on the 12th of September to London. The flight itself was very long and I spent most of the time sleeping and eating the meals which weren’t that bad. When I got to Heathrow I caught the free coach service run by the uni and met my first friend called Kirsten, […]

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