Francisco Barcellos first fell in love with Australia in 2012 when he landed in Newcastle to study English.
Choosing to study on the Gold Coast was an easy decision for mature aged student and single mum Jodie Gregg. It’s the stepping-stone she needed to fulfil her dream of becoming a nurse.
Yanji is a small Chinese city located within a stone’s throw of the North Korean border, given its location Yanji has had a challenging history and while officially part of China, a substantial part of its population is ethnic Korean.
Bond University Senior Teaching Fellow, Caroline Graham has given some of her Bachelor of Journalism students the chance to put their super-sleuthing investigative skills to the test, by being involved in a six-part, podcast series being produced for The Australian.
After years of attracting students via word-of-mouth, Southern Cross University has held its first open days in more than a decade; lifting a veil on one of the best-kept secrets in Australian higher education.
Since 2001, the Queensland Government has run nine Queensland Cup English Speech Competitions with Chinese education authorities, institutions and Queensland education providers. For 2017, the Queensland Cup High School Students Short Video Competition invited entries from the Sichuan capital of Chengdu, China.
TAFE Queensland Gold Coast students undertaking studies in Screen and Media and Sound Production have been given the opportunity to get hands on experience in the broadcasting environment with NEP.
They say beauty is only skin deep, but they haven’t met Brittany Hazelman. Spend just a couple of minutes with the former Miss World Fiji and it’s quickly obvious that she is more than just a pretty face. Brittany is the epitome of beautiful.
Melody Cargill was among the first cohort of students to graduate from Southern Cross University’s Bachelor of Podiatry last year, and has scored a full-time position with Ashmore Podiatry. Looking for your career? Attend the FREE Gold Coast Careers Festival on 10 & 11 May.