Budgeting Tips!

Lille Madeleine Barlow

Madeleine – Exchange to Catholic University of Lille, France Semester 2, 2016 As most Australian university students work part time while studying, it’s easy to feel daunted at the prospect of making your savings stretch of over a 6-month period of exchange. But don’t let this put you off! Exchange is an amazing experience that […]

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Lyonnaise Potatoes

Lyonaise Potatoes Sarah Williams

Sarah – Exchange to Catholic University of Lyon, France Semester 2, 2016 Most people don’t think about Lyonnaise cuisine when they think about traditional French food…note: croissant, baguette, frog legs, escargot etc. Although I have enjoyed my fair share of baked goods while here in France, I have been enjoying the attraction of classic Lyonnaise […]

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Surviving a Swedish Winter

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Gabi – Exchange to Malmo University, Sweden Semester 2, 2016 If you read my last blog post you’ll know I was pleasantly surprised by what seemed like the endless summer in Malmö, Sweden. But alas, the sun has set, the winter has made itself at home and the time has come for me to learn […]

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Side Travel from the UK

Croatia Tara Croker

Tara – Exchange to Bradford University, UK Semester 2, 2016 Before beginning my exchange studies in the United Kingdom, I embarked on three months traveling around Europe. I was able to do this because of the difference in the semester dates between Australia and the United Kingdom. I left Australia in early July and did […]

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Facts About the USA

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Jarrod – Exchange to Georgia College, USA Semester 2, 2016 Georgia has been full of surprises ! This beautiful state is home to so many wondrous sights and history. Georgia is the 24th largest and the 8th most populous of the 50 United States. Atlanta is the capital of and the most populous city in […]

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Living away from home

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Kate – Exchange to ZHAW, Switzerland Semester 2, 2016 We all love the comfort of our homes. Home cooked meals, our own bedrooms and spaces, and being surrounded by the people we feel the most comfortable with. We feel safe and protected there and life goes on in our little bubbles. Moving to Switzerland, living […]

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