Tag Archives: Studies

International student’s life on campus

Last week I’ve finally got my concession card. I applied for it the week I came to Townsville, cause everybody was saying, that without it I won’t get any concession for transportation in Queensland (apparently student ID is not enough…). … Continue reading

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Not so fast, I can’t keep up!

Long time no hear. Time flies by so fast. In fact, time is running away from me! My latest updates: After 10 days of adventurous egg-hunting in New Zealand with random, zero-priced sleeping facilities (airport, Hilton Hotel – the latter … Continue reading

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Trough Australian Eyes

We don’t hear that much about Australia in the news or at university back home. Their politics, the social problems they face, I just never really thought about it before I came here. Here in Australia on the other hand, … Continue reading

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Time flies

Today I realised that I am one third of the way into my six-month European adventure. That’s a bit scary, considering how many more things I still want to do. Lately I’ve been settling into daily life more than I … Continue reading

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The start of a journey

I’m Cara, a student of English literature, Italian and French at Flinders University in Adelaide. This semester I am living the Dutch life while I study at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. I’m using this opportunity to work my way … Continue reading

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The Most Traumatic Moment of my Life

31 October, 2011 My word. It’s been a while since i’ve updated this. Anyway, this was quite a traumatic event for me. I honestly had no idea what to do. I guess it’s how a fish feels when it’s out … Continue reading

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Just enjoying some practical experience

Last week’s internship meeting was very exciting for me, as I was able to meet someone who is currently involved in urban and environmental planning in the area of Rosengård. This was an exciting prospect as for the last 3 … Continue reading

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Well Endowed

This blog is based upon a conversation I had on Friday with one of the guys from my internship. We were talking about why I study what I study, and about some of the content of the presentation that I … Continue reading

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Over Halfway

This post won’t be as long as my others, but I just want to briefly talk about being over halfway through the semester here! Time certainly flies when you’re having fun! Before I left, people would often say that it … Continue reading

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Encountering a new academic system.

I thought I would write this blog for those who are considering studying in Sweden or Australia and are wondering what to expect in terms of studying.  Hope this helps Studying in Sweden varies quite a lot from Australian Universities. … Continue reading

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