The 2018 Commonwealth Games is the biggest event in the Gold Coast’s history and Study Gold Coast is shining the spotlight on not only our city, but the beautiful, brave and unique people who call this place their second home – our students.
On the eve of the 2018 Commonwealth Games, the biggest event in the Gold Coast’s history, Study Gold Coast will shine the spotlight on not only our city, but the beautiful, brave and unique people who call this place their second home – our students.
Members of the Study Gold Coast team visited Chengdu in March 2018 to sign a renewed agreement with the Chengdu Education Bureau and launch the third Chengdu to the Gold Coast Student Competition.
Rose Lopez studies Law at Bond University. The former Mayoral Ambassador recently chaired a UN General Assembly Committee at the World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) model conference (WIMUN) in New York.
World-renowned Australian artist Guido van Helten is in the process of transforming a 10-storey building overlooking North Kirra Beach at Southern Cross University’s Gold Coast campus. Guido is a Southern Cross University alumnus who is an in-demand artist with over 50 large scale murals painted across the world.
If there was any doubt that the Gold Coast university sector is a fertile training ground for elite athletes, the number of students competing at the 2018 Commonwealth Games should put that to rest.
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.