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Studying in Australia is an experience of community and purpose. Every international student has an experience to share, a story to tell.
Zu Jia - Malaysia - Monash University
Zu Jia graduated with a Bachelor of Food Science and Technology from Monash University in 2020. After studying with Monash remotely from her home country, Zu Jia did the Monash student exchange progra ...
Anushka - India
I arrived in Perth in 2019. I chose to do my exchange semester in Perth as it is a partner university in my home country of India, and I’d be establishing a link between my home university and a unive ...
Karan - India
Karan chose an Australian Master of Business degree in Singapore to prepare him for an international career in financial services. He’s now Wealth Manager at an advisory firm in India.
Radka - Czech Republic
Radka came to Australia to study Event Management in Sydney.
Ashwin - India - University of Melbourne
Ashwin Chhaperia shares their experience of studying onshore and online in Australia. They also add how their studies led them to start their business.
Animesh - India
Prospective international student, Animesh Sahoo, hopes to study in Australia. He shares his thoughts on the application process and his dreams for the future.
Simone Khoo - Monash University
Simone Khoo almost lost her chance to do a study exchange to Monash University's Clayton campus in 2019.
Nuvin - Sri Lanka - University of Technology Sydney
Studying in Australia was always a dream and when it was finally fulfilled, Welhelmus never could have anticipated the opportunities in student leadership he would encounter. This is his #InThisTogeth ...
Hang Sheng - China - University of Technology Sydney
Have you wondered what it’s like to be a UTS international student unable to return to Sydney during the COVID-19 pandemic? This is Hang Sheng's student journey.
Anneshwa - India - Australian National University
As Anneshwa Dey approaches the end of her master’s degree in digital systems and telecommunication, she is already preparing for the next step on her academic and professional journey.
Mingjun - China - Australian National University
ANU College of Business and Economics (CBE) alumna, Mingjun Sun, is currently working within the global market department of Nanyang Commercial Bank in China.
William - Indonesia
William has been studying in Perth where he shares his experience of COVID-19 as an international student.
Zia - Indonesia
Zia is working with the World Health Organisation helping to combat malaria. She believes her Australian education played a critical role in preparing her for this important work.
Luisa - Indonesia - University of Queensland
Originally from Jakarta, Luisa came to Australia to study a Bachelor of Engineering at the University of Queensland.
Earth - Thailand - JMC Academy
Since graduating from Australia’s JMC Academy with a Diploma of music in songwriting, Earth Patravee has gone on to become one of Thailand’s most popular music artists.
Angella - Kenya - Australian National University
In 2020, Angella Ndaka was awarded Alumna of the Year by the Australian National University for her work empowering young women and girls.
From a design degree in Sydney to founding one of Indonesia’s biggest digital beauty platforms, Chrisanti Indiana’s journey highlights the value of following a passion, learning from the best and find ...
Chi Vu’s career has taken her from Vietnam to Singapore to the US, working for some of the world’s largest multinational companies.
Maria Margarita Maldonado
For Maria Margarita Maldonado, a teenage holiday to visit relatives in Sydney led to full tertiary studies in Australia.
Ravin Mirchandani has extensive commercial and corporate experience across a range of sectors around the world, including energy and gas, telecommunications and traffic enforcement. It all started wit ...
Dr Reema Joshi
Dr Reema Joshi used to ‘go with the flow’, but studying in Australia soon supercharged her public health career. Today, Reema leads a team of healthcare professionals using innovative digital platfor ...
Dr Mrs Buddhima Subasinghe
As a young child Dr. Mrs. Buddhima Subasinghe discovered education was her superpower, now she is passionate about inspiring others.
Meet Drishya, a student from India
When Drishya came to study in Australia in 2019, she wanted to do everything she could to maximize her experience.
Meet Harry, a student from China
Harry came to Australia from China when he was 17 to finish his final two years of high school. In Year 12, Harry became Vice Captain for his school, and this ignited his passion for helping others.
Arooj - Pakistan
Arooj chose to study and live in Canberra. In this article, she tells us what day to day living is like in Australia's capital city.
Meet Abhishek, a student from India
After working in consulting in India, Abhishek moved to Australia to pursue his passion for sport.
Meet Ghian, a student from Indonesia
Ghian grew up in Indonesia and came to Australia to study a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Politics at Monash University.
Welhelmus - Indonesia - University of Canberra
Vicky - China
Huijia Liu (Vicky) describes herself as a woman who loves sunshine, smiles and exploring the world.
Radhika - University of Melbourne - Nepal
Radhika is studying a Master of Environment in Integrated Water Catchment Management at the University of Melbourne, through an Australia Awards Scholarship.
Mithat Can Ömür - Turkey
I was looking for a country that will help me to look at life from many different angles. Australia is a completely different part of the world and offers limitless new experiences.
Ezgi Bal - Turkey
After completing my Bachelor in Industrial Engineering in Turkey, I looked for options to do my Masters of Civil Engineering overseas.
Leo - Philippines
My name is Leo and I am studying for Certificate III and IV in Commercial Cookery at the Australian Professional Skills Institute.
Kimberlyn - Jamaica
When Kimberlyn Campbell first arrived in Perth in 2012, there were two things she couldn’t get over - Western Australia’s heat and vast distances. But she'd come back again in a flash.
Diego Montiel - Spain
Spanish international student Diego tells us about studying at the University of Queensland and why he chose to live and study in Brisbane, Australia's new world city.
Planning your holidays and study breaks in Australia
Australia is all about natural wonders, beautiful beaches, native wildlife, vibrant cities and amazing adventure opportunities! Here are some tips on some of the best places to visit when you're study ...
Accommodation tips: How to find the right house and housemates for you
Tips to help you find your ideal home in Australia. Plus, everything you need to know about your rights as a housing tenant in Australia.
The most popular courses and highest growth industries
If you are not sure what to study yet, that’s ok. We’ve listed the most popular courses and skills in demand to help you decide!
Australia shines again in global THE Impact Ranking
Australian Universities are making a change in the world.
6 Tips for Healthy Eating at Home
Fuel your academic performance with these 6 helpful tips to help you improve your eating habits.
Tips for coping with COVID-19
It’s important that you do your best to safeguard your health, but also to prepare for the possibility of catching COVID-19 – wherever you are in the world. Here are some top tips on how to prepare ef ...
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