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Learn About Other Cultures

Samantha D., Bachelor of Creative Industries Bath Spa University, England (Semester 2, 2017) I attended Bath Spa University as an exchange student in September 2017. This experience opened me up to the world and I believe I have grown as a person due to it and my travels…

No Worries In Washington!

Julia S, Bachelor of Creative Industries/ Business University of Central Washington, USA (Semester 2 2017) It all started on the 31st of July. I left for Italy to meet my friend Clare who was also studying abroad. We planned to travel Europe together for a month before attending…

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…

Why Singapore?

Penelope F., Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Laws (Honours) Singapore Management University, Singapore (Semester 1, 2017) The most common question I’ve been asked over the last few months is, “Why Singapore?’ Why did I choose to spend 6 months studying and undertaking an internship there? I could answer…

Taiwan, A Country of Warmth

Yuheng L., Bachelor of Business (Dean’s Honours) Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan (Semester 2, 2017) I have always imagined Taiwan to be a warm little country which is often neglected by the international society. Due to political reasons, Taiwan is isolated internationally. It is not part of the…

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)…