Join our Human Rainbow

The Gold Coast is home to 32,000 international students from 130 nationalities. A diverse and global city. 

Our differences make us stronger. It’s time to celebrate who we are as individuals. Our differences, our experiences and our similarities as a student community and city.

Explore the diversity of stories from the students of the Gold Coast Explore now  
Lucas Bastos de Jesus photo

Lucas Bastos de Jesus
Brazil

Lucas Bastos de Jesus, Brazil
Ana de Abreu Rosa photo

Ana de Abreu Rosa
Brazil

Ana de Abreu Rosa, Brazil
Rika Uezono photo

Rika Uezono
Japan

Rika Uezono, Japan
Maui Yamada photo

Maui Yamada
Japan

Maui Yamada, Japan
Prudhvi Charan Mariserla photo

Prudhvi Charan Mariserla
India

Prudhvi Charan Mariserla, India
Severino Murze photo

Severino Murze
India

Severino Murze, India
 Rohan & Diksha Gidwaney photo

Rohan & Diksha Gidwaney
India

 Rohan & Diksha Gidwaney, India
Xiao Dan (Danna) Wang photo

Xiao Dan (Danna) Wang
China

Xiao Dan (Danna) Wang, China
Jermaine photo

Jermaine
zimbabwe

Jermaine, zimbabwe
Jasmina photo

Jasmina
Gold Coast, Australia

Jasmina, Gold Coast, Australia
Nicolas photo

Nicolas
France

Nicolas, France
Celia  photo

Celia
Jamaica

Celia , Jamaica
Abdul photo

Abdul
Pakistan

Abdul, Pakistan
Malik  photo

Malik
United States

Malik , United States
Martin Ebata photo

Martin Ebata
Sweden

Martin Ebata, Sweden
Saskia Walgenbach photo

Saskia Walgenbach
Germany

Saskia Walgenbach, Germany
XingLong Jin photo

XingLong Jin
China

XingLong Jin, China
Michael Timoscuk photo

Michael Timoscuk
Slovakia

Michael Timoscuk, Slovakia
Kazi Haisam Siddiqui photo

Kazi Haisam Siddiqui
Pakistan

Kazi Haisam Siddiqui, Pakistan
Mona Izzeldin photo

Mona Izzeldin
Sudan

Mona Izzeldin, Sudan
Steven Wey photo

Steven Wey
Australia

Steven Wey, Australia
Rohan photo

Rohan
Oman

Rohan, Oman
Rizu Sawaki  photo

Rizu Sawaki
Japan

Rizu Sawaki , Japan
Prabhjot Kaur  photo

Prabhjot Kaur
India

Prabhjot Kaur , India
Alexia David photo

Alexia David
India

Alexia David, India
Tatiana  photo

Tatiana
Russia

Tatiana , Russia
Yukta Kapoor  photo

Yukta Kapoor
India

Yukta Kapoor , India
Alexander Cujko photo

Alexander Cujko
Gold Coast , Australia

Alexander Cujko, Gold Coast , Australia
Alvin Yap photo

Alvin Yap
Malaysia

Alvin Yap, Malaysia
Bren Domingo  photo

Bren Domingo
Philippines

Bren Domingo , Philippines
Brianna Bailey  photo

Brianna Bailey
Australia

Brianna Bailey , Australia
Emily Hancock photo

Emily Hancock
Australia

Emily Hancock, Australia
Jake Goodall  photo

Jake Goodall
Australia

Jake Goodall , Australia
Jamie Houston  photo

Jamie Houston
United Kingdom

Jamie Houston , United Kingdom
Jaycee Li photo

Jaycee Li
Australia

Jaycee Li, Australia
Joseph Prospere photo

Joseph Prospere
Norway

Joseph Prospere, Norway
Mercedes Semaan  photo

Mercedes Semaan
Fiji

Mercedes Semaan , Fiji
Michelle Matsika photo

Michelle Matsika
Zimbabwe

Michelle Matsika, Zimbabwe
Nicole David  photo

Nicole David
India

Nicole David , India
Phebe Mills  photo

Phebe Mills
Australia

Phebe Mills , Australia
Thais Assis photo

Thais Assis
Brazil

Thais Assis, Brazil
Anita Kissi photo

Anita Kissi
Canada

Anita Kissi, Canada
Gene Huang  photo

Gene Huang
Australia

Gene Huang , Australia

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A MAN FOR ALL STUDENTS

Gary Lee is a facilitator of people, ideas and opportunities. He’s a motivator, a mentor and a mensch.

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Ojay Moka grew up in Papua and New Guinea’s capital of Port Moresby. As the focal hub of a developing country it’s a vastly different experience from a fast emerging cosmopolitan centre like the Gold Coast, the city he now calls home.

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Embracing Diversity on Harmony Day

The Study Gold Coast team began celebrating Harmony Day early with a breakfast launch of their Embracing Diversity campaign. The Gold Coast’s new Home of the Arts, or HOTA, was plunged into darkness to see cultural diversity in a new light.

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The Gold Coast is home to 32,000 international students

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Students from more than 130 nations are studying here

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Almost a third of the city's population were born overseas

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Voted #1 regional city in Australia for international students

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Named the world's first World Kindness City

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Diverse study options with over 200 education and training providers

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