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Study Overseas Alumni #8 – Paolo Maroma

Paolo Maroma is currently in his third and final year of a Bachelor of Biomedical Science, majoring in Immunology and Biochemistry. Paolo took part in the Seoul Changing Biotechnology study tour in Mid-Semester Break of Semester 1, 2018. He is now working as a laboratory technician for agricultural company Viterra.   Paolo was born in […]

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GLO Alumni #5 – Chiqui Manalastas

Chiqui Manalastas graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2017 with a Bachelor of Nursing. Chiqui took part in our Nusing Japan study tour while at the University of Adelaide, which lead her to focus on a more globally-focused career, starting with the Walt Disney Company Australia and New Zealand Cultural Exchange Program. Chiqui comes […]

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International Development Practice in Vietnam – Amy Rowe

Amy Rowe (Bachelor of Social Sciences) participated in the study tour International Development in Vietnam in July, 2017. The following article consists of feedback received from Amy, and the abstract and conclusion of her final assignment for the study tour.  My international development study tour to Vietnam was breathtaking and has left a lasting impression. I […]

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Everyone Falls for Fake Emails: Lessons from Cybersecurity Summer School

This article was originally published on The Conversation by Richard Matthews, a University of Adelaide student who took part in the Digital Security in Estonia study tour in Winter School, 2017.  What do nuclear submarines, top secret military bases and private businesses have in common? They are all vulnerable to a simple slice of cheddar. This was […]

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Humans of Global Learning – Blake Smart, Japan Media Industries and Cultures Study Tour

INTERVIEW BY CHELSEA ALLEN Blake chose a study tour over an exchange because, as he tells us, “I was at a point in my life where I wanted to change something and do something adventurous. But I didn’t have a lot of money, and the media trip to Japan was pretty much the perfect choice. […]

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Throw Back Thursday – Jasmina Cubelic (Japanese Media Industries and Cultures Study Tour)

Knowing no Japanese (other than phrases learnt from the anime my brother watched) and having never been to a foreign country, I prepared myself for the Japanese Media Industries and Cultures study tour. This included many travel guides, a handy phrase book, and a super-useful guide to navigating a Japanese menu. For this tour a […]

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Writing China In Country (July Study Tour) – by Jonathan Renwick

In Beijing, a city that shares a similar aerial view to my hometown of Adelaide but is so vastly different in any way that it’s ridiculous – I did everything in a group. I ate with a group of twenty somethings who were all in various stages of their degree. We hunted for vegan meals […]

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