20 January 2021
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15 January 2021
The MBA course has been a great journey for me, I met a lot of friends and I built a very valuable network. I met a lot of people that have years of experience in the industry and they shared their stories. The important value of the Australian degree to me is that it’s well recognised all over the world, and with this degree I feel like I can work all over the world like a global citizen. I can interact and learn more about the innovation that Australian’s are doing, and also use it to help my country in the future.
07 January 2021
I chose to study at Western Sydney University International College because of the great world rankings and the universities international profile. I have found the business teachers to be very friendly and caring, and they all have great real-world experience which is so important. My advice to students thinking about studying at the International College would be to come prepared and ready to work hard. It’s not just one big party! I’d really like to combine my passion for accounting and law, and one day be an accountant in a law firm.
28 November 2020
Coming to KOTO, I hope to be able to gain the skills to become a skillful bartender. This will provide me with the opportunity to improve my communication skills with the customers. In addition, it is a job where I can express my creativity, which is something I have always wanted to do.
27 November 2020
When I went to Curtin Open Day, I loved Curtin it at first sight. It appealed to me straight away. The whole environment, the atmosphere. Curtin offer more options and also provide a lot of support to students. Nursing is a hard course and the facilities are very much up to date, the simulation lab is my favourite because the set up it is exactly like the hospital and it helps me visualised how work placement later on could be like.
26 November 2020
"RRU helped me get a real-world learning experience. The multicultural and amazingly experienced cohort, brilliant faculty, research trips all along with fun not only helped me understand tourism from a global perspective but also gave me an opportunity to contribute to the academic world through my assignments and my final thesis. The experience at RRU was invaluable and I feel overwhelmingly lucky to have been a part of this academic journey."
13 November 2020
"I definitely recommend for any international student to study at Northwest. The kindness of the people, the intelligence of the teachers and the professional environment to grow and learn as a student and as a human makes Northwest an excellent place to study in the USA. Go Bearcats!"
01 November 2020
I chose London Met because it offered the course I wanted to study. While many UK universities combine translation and interpreting, which means fewer hours of interpreting practice, London Met offers an MA in Conference Interpreting with a broad range of languages, which was ideal for me.
22 October 2020
The Student Support Scholarship has been such a blessing, I have been able to focus more on my studies and less on the stresses of affording my finances and tuition. Receiving the 20% discount on my tuition has also assisted me in my decision to transfer from the LLB program to the JD program, given the JD program has higher course fees and the discount balanced out the increase in fees under the JD program
15 October 2020
I chose London Met on the grounds that it offered higher education that is recognised worldwide. London Met has lots of international and European students. I had the chance to meet people from around the world and made friendships that will last forever. The University is a truly multicultural society, with a great mix of people from different backgrounds. As a student, you'll get to know people from all over the world and be inspired by many cultures.
13 October 2020
Studying for my MBA at London Met has enriched me a lot both personally and professionally. The reason why I chose to study the MBA course is because I always wanted to set up my own business, and this is still one of my dreams, but it's on hold at present whilst I pursue the many other exciting projects I am currently involved in.
12 October 2020
I had a few friends who studied at London Met and they recommended it to me as a great place to study. I saw that London Met offered International Relations BA (Hons), I did some research and I went for it! The content of the course totally fitted in with my future career plans. I sent through my personal statement and here I am today – a London Met International Relations BA (Hons) student.
01 October 2020
The School of Art, Architecture and Design has a high reputation for teaching architecture with a pragmatic approach. Our training addresses current issues in urbanism and architecture, and has a good balance between research and practice. The School offers an opportunity to connect with experienced practitioners and ambitious students.
28 September 2020
I enjoyed my course so much that I applied for a scholarship to do my PhD here, and with the support of my fantastic tutors I was able to secure my scholarship and am studying my PhD part time. I chose London Met in particular because they could offer me a place on a PhD in Health Policy with excellent supervisors and opportunities to develop myself as a researcher, academic and teacher.
23 September 2020
Coming to Northwest has definitely made a difference in my life and career. I have had the opportunity to meet and learn from so many people from different walks of life that are now very close to me as well as knowledgeable professors that have guided me. I would highly recommend this experience to anyone!
16 September 2020
I chose London Metropolitan University because I wanted to get a job in marketing after completing her studies, and I love London. The best of it was the Accelerator, a a business incubator run by the university. My business plan won the Big Idea Challenge, an annual competition run by Accelerator. If I hadn’t applied for the Accelerator programme I wouldn’t have done what I did.
11 September 2020
I always knew that I wanted to have the chance to do more with my career, and this led me to Griffith University. The Master’s in Aviation Management from Griffith laid an excellent career foundation and framework in every aspect. [After graduation] during my time as a College Professor, the Master’s Degree provided me with valuable background knowledge that I used to make the course material and presentation more effective for the target group.
11 September 2020
I ended getting my job through one of the work-integrated learning programs that Western introduced right after my first semester. It was this program that basically kick-started my career as I was offered to work as an intern that converted into a part-time role, and the day I submitted my thesis in my final semester I was offered to work as a Programs Coordinator and Quality Assurance Engineer at one of the leading Australian Edtech startups in Experiential Learning.
10 September 2020
Studying for my degree abroad at London Met has exposed me to so many different cultures and ways of life, and I’ve found it to be very enriching on my outlook on life.My favorite part about studying at London Met is all the connections you make with people from all over the world. I love how creative and hands-on my degree at London Met is and how invested my lecturers are in supporting our success
01 September 2020
Having decided to study an MSc in London, I choseLondon Met because of the £30 million Science Centre. Although it took a few years before I was ready to come to the UK, I couldn’t have chosen a better time to study in London as it coincided with the year of the Diamond Jubilee and the 2012 London Olympic Games.
24 August 2020
Griffith provided me with a new sense of hope. I started my new life and immersed myself in everything at university. I entered Griffith University through the Direct Entry Program – Griffith English Language Institute pathway. Studying English through the DEP has been one of the best experiences in my life and I have improved my English a lot. Through GELI, I have learnt how to lead a formal discussion group, improved my critical thinking, learnt research techniques, and how to write in formal English. DEP has helped me to strengthen my English skills which resulted in me being able to continue my studies in Psychology at Griffith University.