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    Australia, New Zealand
    The latest Times Higher Education World Universities Ranking is out now, and once again many of the Australian and New Zealand Universities have hung on to their positions amongst the world’s best.Six Australian universities made the top 100, with the University of Melbourne taking the highest position at number 33 in the World.  The University of Western Australia, and the University of Adelaide made positions 125 and 147 respectively, which means that all the Group of Eight universities...
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    New Zealand
    There’s much more to studying overseas than simply the quality or availability of a university course – you will be living in the country as well.  If you are considering university overseas, you’ve probably also wondered how easy it will be to settle in and make friends in the new country.Well, luckily if you’ve chosen New Zealand as your university destination you will be pleased to hear that according to InterNations’ Expat Insider survey for 2016, people currently living there would...
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    Queensland
    The University of Queensland has recently launched a brand new website dedicated to it’s research output.  Research Impact provides information about all the different research projects being conducted at the University.University research plays an important role in developing and changing our world.  Breakthroughs including a vaccine for cervical cancer, the discovery of the accelerating expansion of the universe and the bionic ear (cochlear) transplants; all stemmed from research...
  • Special scholarship
    Griffith International Undergraduate Excellence ScholarshipsThe Griffith International Undergraduate Excellence Scholarships are open to any international student starting a Bachelors degree at the University, and will be awarded based on academic achievement and a personal statement.  Winners of these scholarships will receive up to AU$10,000 towards tuition fees in their first two trimesters of study.  There are a range of application deadlines vary depending on your start date, but...
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    Queensland
    Griffith University has announced a number of brand new scholarships for international students beginning their studies in 2017.  There are scholarships available for both undergraduate and postgraduate study at the University.The Griffith International Undergraduate Excellence Scholarships are open to any international student starting a Bachelors degree at the University, and will be awarded based on academic achievement and a personal statement.  Winners of these scholarships will...
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    New South Wales
    Macquarie University have recently introduced a new European Scholarship that will contribute up to AU$5,000 per year for all students commencing their undergraduate or postgraduate studies during 2017.These scholarships will be granted in the form of a fee reduction of AU$2,500 per semester for the duration of the programme you originally enrolled on.  To be eligible for the scholarship, students need to be enrolled on a full-time course starting in 2017, and be a citizen of the one the...
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    Queensland
    Many Olympic athletes are able to hone their talents whilst studying at University and perhaps go on to achieve their Olympic dream either as a graduate or whilst still studying.  Many university campuses can provide elite and promising athletes with excellent training facilities, support and competition that they may not have previously had access to.So, if an Olympic Gold medal is something that you aspire to, then you may be interested to find out which of the world’s universities...
  • Student Testimonial
    South Island

    Kerstin is studying towards a PhD in Speech and Language Sciences at the University of Canterbury

    ‘My main motivation is to make a difference in other people’s lives,’ Kerstin says about her PhD research.Having previously studied Speech and Language Pathology qualifications in Germany, she was determined to contribute more of her expertise in swallowing disorders to the field.‘Current rehabilitation options didn’t satisfy me in their outcomes when I was working with individuals that suffer from swallowing disorders. I was always curious to try out new things that I thought might be more...
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    South Island

    Denny is studying towards a Bachelor of Forestry Science at the University of Canterbury

    With a goal to start a career in the forestry industry, Denny decided on travelling to New Zealand from China, as recommended to him by family and for the opportunity to experience study in the unique New Zealand environment.‘New Zealand is a good place to study as it provides a better environment for me to live in and pursue my future life quality,’ he says. ‘New Zealand has high diversity of landscapes and cultures, and Kiwis are friendly and willing to help international friends.’Denny was...
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    South Island

    Emma is studying towards a Master of Science in Speech and Language Sciences at the University of Canterbury

    It was UC’s reputation in Speech and Language Sciences that lead Emma to travel to New Zealand from Ireland, particularly for its research in swallowing and dysphagia. Emma’s own research is conducted through the Rose Centre for Stroke Recovery and Research where she is supervised by Prof Maggie-Lee Huckabee, which has been an incredible opportunity for her.‘Maggie-Lee’s research that has come out of the Rose Centre is highly influential as far away as Ireland,’ Emma says. ‘Her...
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