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Why Study Marine Biology in Australia?

With the Great Barrier Reef on your doorstep and hundreds of opportunities to conduct your own marine research, Australia is one of the most...

Is a Music Teaching Career for You?

Teaching is a richly rewarding profession, and music is a powerful medium of expression. If you have musical talent and ability, then teaching music...

5 Things You Should Know About Your IELTS Results

IELTS prep is ultimately all about exam results; getting that qualifying score is always the end goal. So, let’s look at five very important...

How To Meet People Who Speak Your Language While Studying Abroad

Going to University is a daunting enough task as is. However, when you are on the other side of the world from everyone you...

How to Become a Lawyer in Australia

If you are looking for a rewarding career, you'll find that studying law can take you just about anywhere you want to go. Here's...

Top Motivational Movies for Students

Ready to procrastinate? Here are 6 movies to inspire students at university Need some inspiration? Look no further. Our list of top motivational movies for...

Australia: Preparing the Workforce of the Future

Education is about more than knowledge, it’s about true job readiness. Work-integrated learning is a top priority for Australian universities as it is a...

Why Should You Study English Abroad?

When deciding to learn English, one of the big questions you will have to ask yourself is whether you are going to study in...

16 Inspiring Movies that Will Give You Motivation to Study

Studying abroad could be one of the best and most challenging experiences you'll ever have. Between settling into your new accommodation, opening a student...

Top 10 Most Popular Countries for International Students 2020

So you want to go to university, but you're not sure where. Don't worry, we've got you. You'll be pleased to know that living...

Why study in London (by a Londoner)

Samuel Johnson famously said: “when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life”. As a born and bred Londoner, I have...

Reflections on Studying Abroad in a Changing World & a Warming Climate, Part 2

The Carbon Footprint of International Education Many education institutions do essential work around climate change. Universities and research institutes produce much of the data and...

Reflections on Studying Abroad in a Changing World and a Warming Climate, Part One

I have spent much of the last three years talking to people who work in international education about the need to cut down how...

Studying in Australia – The Application Process

Every year, thousands of international students flock to one of Australia’s 39. According to the latest available figures, only the USA and Britain attract...

Critical and original thought…procrastination by another name?

There are many reasons people attend university. To achieve a lifelong career dream. To pursue a financially rewarding career. To pass a few years...