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Happiest Time of My Life

Jade – University of Strathclyde, Scotland Semester 1, 2016 Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Laws (Honours) What a task – asking me to reflect on my exchange experience in less than one page, where to even begin? Semester 1, 2016 was the happiest six months of my…

Blossoming in Sweden

Hayley W., Bachelor of Urban Development Kungliga Tekniska Hogskolan, Sweden (Semester 1, 2017) For my semester abroad I attended KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm City, Sweden. It was by far the best six months of my life. I was challenged in many different ways, given the…

A Semester Abroad in Calgary

Brendan S., Bachelor of Information Technology University of Calgary, Canada (Semester 2, 2018) Last semester I got the great opportunity to spend four months studying at the University of Calgary in Canada. It was an incredible experience, and in this blog I’ll try to give you some insight into…

An Amazing Time in Lille!

Amelia O., Bachelor of Business IESEG School of Management, France (Semester 2, 2018) I went on Exchange at IESEG School of Management in Lille, France. IESEG School of Management is not a very big school but it is very spread out over Lille and the buildings can be…

My Exchange Adventure

Mackenzie G, Bachelor of Industrial Design Aston University, Birmingham, England (Semester 1, 2016) My Experience Do you fancy seeing the world? Feel like shaking things up? Want to make uni a lot more fun? If this sounds like you then go sign up for student exchange! Student exchange…

Uni at the Top of the World

Kieren Q., Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) BI Norwegian Business School, Norway (Semester 1, 2017) My name is Kieren Quach and I spent a semester abroad in Norway. During this time, I studied at BI Norwegian Business School in Oslo, the capital city of Norway. I…

Fall in Love with Copenhagen

Vicky Z., Bachelor of Creative Industries Danish School of Media & Journalism, Denmark (Semester 2, 2017) Host University The Danish School of Media & Journalism (DMJX) is seriously a great school, and SO different from QUT. It’s academically intense and the students are older (23-30, since most have…

Tokyo Game Show

Grace G., Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) International Christian University, Japan (Semester 2, 2016) As an engineering student at QUT, my primary motivation for studying overseas was to better understand how computer-human interaction differs between cultures. And now, having spent the Autumn trimester at the International Christian University (ICU)…