Student Snapshots: Bond University Awards Scholarships To AustraLearn Degree Abroad Students, CBC Radio Airs Segment On College Degree Transfer Programs
Two AustraLearn Degree Students Awarded Dean’s Scholarships from Bond University
Two American university students enrolling in full-degree programs at Bond University via AustraLearn have received Dean’s Scholarships toward tuition on degree abroad programs beginning 2010.
Bond University is one of the leading Australian universities according to the Good Universities Guide rankings, has a strong international student mix, and features two-year Bachelor’s Degree programs and one-year Master’s Degree programs. The Bond campus is located on Queensland’s Gold Coast, considered one of the most desirable places to live in the world.
- Jesse Towne, who attended the University of North Dakota and is from Moffit, N.D., has been awarded the scholarship for a Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) covering 40% of her tuition fees.
- Jenna Voigt, who attended Asbury College and is from Normal, Ill., has been awarded the scholarship for a Master of Journalism covering 25% of her tuition fees.
Canada’s CBC Radio Program Features AustraLearn Degree-Transfer Student Attending Australia’s Griffith University
Leclerc, 19, is currently in her third year in Business Administration Technology (Accounting and Management) and will transfer from her three-year Champlain St. Lawrence program in either February or July into a Bachelor of International Business at Griffith University, with five campuses in the Gold Coast – Brisbane region of Queensland, Australia.
Griffith University is only the fifth university in Australia to receive accreditation for all its business programs from the leading international business education accreditation body, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).
Via the degree-transfer pathway between Champlain St. Lawrence and Griffith University, Leclerc will be able to finish her bachelor’s degree in two semesters (one year).