10 October 2019
"Chichester University is very effective in preparing students to face real life; its teaching system encourages individual development by using real application projects in class. If you ever feel lost in any area, there is always a departament ready to help you cope with the issue, whether it is financial or personal. Chichester is more than an educational institution, it is a community you belong to from the moment you arrive."
10 October 2019
I have started my Griffith University journey from Griffith College. I came there straight from high school and they gave me the foundation of my Griffith University program. I believe that after Griffith College I was more familiar with the Australian education system, and I felt more confident and prepared to enter the university life at Griffith.
08 October 2019
I heard about Colby-Sawyer College through the recruitment from the tennis coach and decided to come here because of the generous scholarship that the college offered. One thing that I enjoy the most here is my sports team because they are just like my family far away from home. The ballet class is my favorite class on campus because it gives me the chance to be back on a stage, something that I was always passionate about. And buffalo chicken wings are my favorite American food!
08 October 2019
"The experience of living and studying in Perth is completely different from my country, I learn quicker by talking to my classmates. After graduating from UWA CELT, I am going to study business or science at UWA. Learning in a place that is developing rapidly like Perth is very interesting as you can have several options for your career."
07 October 2019
As the CEO of Sunfarmer, Avishek is leading a team who have implemented over 1,600 solar energy projects for hospitals, some of which have only ever had 15 hours of power a day, schools in local communities, government buildings, farms and water and sanitation facilities.
“The most important lesson my professors taught me at Murdoch was a holistic approach towards implementing any project. We need to understand and integrate four pillars – technical, social, environmental, and political and economic aspects. This has been my main mantra and approach to any work or project I am involved with. “It was a great opportunity to get exposure to international education and learn about things that we are not aware of, and to find out about things that we can adopt in our country to create ample benefits.”
05 October 2019
There are two memories relating to my semester abroad that are really important: my Southeast Asia trip and my big trip to Australia with my friends from Germany. In all, we took in Bali, Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand because to go there from Australia was relatively cheap. Then afterwards, I came back and I travelled around Australia with two friends from Germany for five weeks. Studying abroad made those experiences possible. Continue reading Hermann's journey on whatALUMNIsay
04 October 2019
"The global study environment of Deakin has attracted me to continue my studies. Lecturers are well-informed, caring and supportive. Classes are interactive, fun and motivating. Deakin provides myriad resources to support students and the facilities here are impeccable."
02 October 2019
"Before coming to Australia, I felt very nervous and excited, but also very curious. Then, when I arrived here at JCU, it was exactly how I've imagined it."
25 September 2019
"I wanted to study in a smaller city and live with locals to get to know the New Zealand culture and to improve my English. People here are really friendly and open-minded. Nelson has been a good base for me to travel around the rest of New Zealand as well as it is situated centrally and you can reach both islands easily."
16 September 2019
"Without a doubt, my Roehampton degree opened many doors for me. Having my MSc from a British school has allowed me to stand out from other professionals in my field. Never in a million years did I think I would be working on projects of this size, scope, and importance. Plus, I met my future wife at Heathrow Airport on my first day in London. She was heading to Roehampton just like me!"
12 September 2019
"During my time here I got to travel around the entire South Island and some of the North Island. My favourite part was definitely Abel Tasman National Park for its golden beaches, crystal clear blue water and all the activities to do. If you like the outdoors and adventures, I would recommend coming to Nelson as there is something new to see around every corner."
11 September 2019
As a Griffith Mate, I love helping students settle in to life in Australia and university. The Mates are such a wonderful, tight-knit family and are always a friendly face on campus. Not only is it an amazing opportunity to make new friends, but the experiences and leadership skills I have gained are immensely useful in improving my employability.
10 September 2019
Hoang, from Vietnam, studied the Graduate Diploma in Information Technology. He took advantage of NMIT’s Internship with Study opportunity and it has set him up on a path to a great career in the information technology industry.
08 September 2019
"For me, the best part about studying at FM was that I really connected with my inner passion. I recognized how much I love studying about marketing and how I developed an interest for the stock market. Plus, I’ve never been so motivated to achieve my dream and that is possible now due to the fact that I met the best professor I ever had, Mr. Laurence K. Zuckerman. He is my idol, my motivation and a person I look up to for guidance. This is what FM offers. It's not just good academics but a good relationship with your professor, which is important and people tend to neglect it."
23 August 2019
I chose to study at Griffith University in Queensland because it has great weather. My friends studied here already, and recommended me. Griffith’s support services helped me at the start when I wasn’t used to how university worked especially in a totally new country like Australia.
23 August 2019
The global research reputation and academic staff at Griffith are why I chose to study in Brisbane. A highlight of studying at Griffith University has been making many good international and domestic friends, particularly by being a Brisbane International Student Ambassador in 2016.
14 August 2019
I am honoured to have Ailsa Lamont as a Mentor for our Climate Action project awarded by Australia Awards under Regional Australia Awards Workshop. Ailsa has been an inspiring mentor. Her commitment to Climate Action made has actually helped us making the project flawless. Her willingness to share her own experiences, attention to details and listening are all the qualities that helped us developing an amazing project.