Experience News

French Fare to the Gold Coast

09/11/2018

Lyon’s cultural reputation is often framed by its cuisine and gastronomy, so when one of its native born sons moves half way across the world he carries a certain weight of expectation about his appreciation of fine food.

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Leadership, Cultural Intelligence, and Networking – Takeaways from the International Student Leadership Forum 2018

29/10/2018

 This year’s International Student Leadership Forum held in Brisbane welcomed over 100 Queensland students from 40 countries over two days in October to address leadership, community and cross-cultural engagement.

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A Love Story Transformed

26/10/2018

The Gold Coast is about to stage a bold interpretation of the classic Indian story of Meera, a 16th century princess who fell in love with the Hindu god Krishna.

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A Whale Tale

22/10/2018

The Humpback whale may not be the largest whale species on the planet, but they certainly take up their fair share of the ocean, with adults growing up to 18 metres long. Their tails alone can measure around 5. 5 metres wide.

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A Distinguished Contribution to International Education

16/10/2018

Gary Lee is a remarkable person - a former student who not only now advocates for students, but minorities, refugees and the disenfranchised. For Gary the key is inclusion, which is why Study Gold Coast invited him to lead our student engagement campaign during the Commonwealth Games.

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A Foundation of Hope – How A Refugee Rebuilt His Life On The Gold Coast

11/10/2018

Pouriya Khoshnoodi is an Iranian who started a Multi-level Marketing (MLM) business from nothing by importing products and selling them in his home country. As the business grew, Pouriya travelled the world attending seminars to understand how to improve his operations. “I went to Singapore, Malaysia, Dubai and Doha.

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From Japan to the Gold Coast - A School Girl’s Journey

05/10/2018

Alas, it has finally arrived! Being at the tail end of my schooling life is exhilarating, yet so daunting at the same time.

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Bill and Frank’s Excellent Adventure

07/09/2018

The landlocked city of Chengdu is one of Western China’s most populous cities with over 14 million residents. For a child growing up there the Gold Coast must seem like heaven on earth.

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The Joy of a New Life and Career.

20/08/2018

Babin Joy is from a small town just outside Kochi in India’s south. Recently he completed his Masters in Business majoring in Sports Management at Griffith University.

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