Best places to visit while studying abroad in Australia

If you’ve been lucky enough to get a chance to study in Australia as a foreign student, then you must have been thinking about which places to visit to experience Australia in the best way possible. If you’re not sure which locations to put on your list, here are 7 places you shouldn’t miss. Find a way to visit them and you won’t be disappointed. 1. Great Barrier Reef This is the number one on the list because it’s one of the most incredible world’s wonders. The reef is even longer than the Great Wall of China and can be…

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Best cities in Australia for foreign students

Students

Australia is not only one of the top favourite tourist destinations, but also a country where many foreign students decide to attend universities. Its cities are included among the best university centres in the world with regard to knowledge and living standards. Namely, every third student comes from abroad. Australia attracts almost 300,000 foreign students a year primarily from India, China, Korea, Malaysia, and Vietnam. However, young people from other parts of the world also consider Australia as one of the most desirable study destinations. Below are some of the best cities in Australia for international students to study and live….

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Preparing to study abroad

I’m not yet in a position to reflect on my study abroad experience.. I’m still in England itching to start my big adventure with little over a week to go until I’ll be boarding the plane. I’m sure there will be lots of new challenges when I arrive in Australia, but I wish someone would have given me the heads up about the challenges, obstacles and delays I would face before even getting to the airport. I don’t want to put you off studying abroad I’ve heard it’s amazing, but I thought I would share some of my top tips…

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Why you should celebrate Australia day

Australia Day is on the 26th January, you might not be Australian or in Australia, but this doesn’t mean you shouldn’t celebrate. Here are 5 reasons why you should make sure you celebrate Australia Day this year: 1)    Australia is part of the British Commonwealth – we share the Queen with Australia and the Union Jack is on the Australian flag 2)    The Inventor of Wifi, John O’Sullivan, is from Australia – imagine where we’d be without Wifi! 3)    According to the BBC, an estimated 1.3 million Brits currently live in Australia – this is the largest number in any…

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