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This website gives you information about the joint mobility project "Border Crossings: People and Places", but also functions as the participating students' blog, where they reflect upon their experiences.
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Just a quick information to all EU-students: when you write your posts, please tick your host university’s box under “Categories” (on the right side in the edit mode) Don’t forget to tag your post also, meaning that you write words … Continue reading
I just wanted to thank all of the Australian students for writing some excellent blog posts throughout the semesters at the four different European Universities. You have made me laugh, think and reflect. WELL DONE! I hope that you will … Continue reading
Guys – check this out! The European Commission has launched an Alumni Association for students and faculty who participate(d) in mobility projects funded in the context of the bilateral programmes with the US, Canada and Australia, Japan, New Zealand and … Continue reading
Very soon you will be able to follow the Australian students’ life in Europe on this blog.
At many of the Partner Universities application to the Border Crossings Project is now open. Contact your home university’s coordinator for more info!
This is the start of an exciting project, that brings together 4 Australian and 4 European Universities. The project allows 64 students and 40 Faculty members to do an exchange over seas. Students receive a generous scholarship/travel grant, more information … Continue reading