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Undergraduate education: article on So you think you want to do an Arts Degree?

So you think you want to do an Arts Degree?

Posted by Bridget Conway | January 04th 2016

It’s great to hear that you’re keen on studying an Arts Degree. Deciding what degree you’d like to do, let alone what major, is always a difficult task. So if you’re considering tackling...more

Undergraduate education: article on A Positive Experience Studying Nursing

A Positive Experience Studying Nursing Posted by Nick Bartholomeusz | October 24th 2014

Finding the right career path can seem almost impossible for some. How will I contribute to my local and broader community? How much money will I make? Will I be happy? These are the over... more

Undergraduate education: article on Interview with a Monash University Business Law Student

Interview with a Monash University Business Law Student Posted by Nick Bartholomeusz | October 23rd 2014

At an early age Faith Wong possessed an uncharacteristically clear vision to pursue a career in law. Throughout her secondary and tertiary studies, Faith has made it her mission to separ... more

Undergraduate education: article on Come to the Dark Side and embrace PR

Come to the Dark Side and embrace PR Posted by Tanushree Rao | April 10th 2014

Often known as “the dark side” that journalists turn to for stability and income, public relations (PR) has earned a rap for feeding the public with subjective “new... more

Undergraduate education: article on Your home away from home

Your home away from home Posted by Vince Stahtiaris | March 14th 2014

There isn’t anything much more important when studying abroad than your accommodation. Sightseeing may be fun, but in the end you are going to need a place to live for the mont... more

Undergraduate education: article on Helping Your Parents & Friends Deal With Your Study Abroad Plans

Helping Your Parents & Friends Deal With Your Study Abroad Plans Posted by Ryan Harrison | February 28th 2014

Ryan Harrison is an avid outdoorsmen and a business graduate who moved to Australia a few years ago for a postgraduate study abroad program. Moving to a different country ... more

Undergraduate education: article on Why you should study in Canada

Why you should study in Canada Posted by Jess Brewster | February 18th 2014

Do you want to experience the beauty of Canada? Dreaming of snow-capped mountains, heading to an ice hockey game or hanging out with locals who are commonly regarded as some of the fri... more

Undergraduate education: article on Why you should study in Japan

Why you should study in Japan Posted by Jess Brewster | February 18th 2014

Have you always been fascinated by the unique culture of Japan? Why not expand on that knowledge with a study exchange semester there? Not only will you improve your Japanese language ... more

Undergraduate education: article on Why you should study in Sweden

Why you should study in Sweden Posted by Jess Brewster | February 18th 2014

Sweden’s famous for Ikea and ABBA, but wouldn’t you like to see what else this incredible country has to offer? A s tudy exchange program in Sweden is one of the most popu... more

Undergraduate education: article on Why you should study in Germany

Why you should study in Germany Posted by Jess Brewster | February 18th 2014

If you really want to experience a different culture, learn a new language and enjoy a diverse society and country, then Germany is a great destination and it’s no surprise that ... more