How an Internship and Study Abroad Helped Me Find My Happiness

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By Troy Stiles GlobaLinks Learning Abroad Customer Communications Manager “Somewhere along the line, we seem to have confused comfort with happiness.” That’s one of my favorite quotes. It’s from ultra-marathoner, Dean Karnazes, and it’s true, if you think about it.   As we grow up, we fall into ruts in our lives. All of us. … Continue reading

Guidance On Going to School Outside the U.S. from Fox Business News

Fox Business News recently wrote about college students earning their degrees abroad and included top considerations when choosing an international degree program. For college-bound kids hoping to get a little bit farther away from home than a couple of states over, pursuing a degree in another country could be an option worth exploring. Rather than … Continue reading

Degree Student from Texas Featured in La Trobe Publication

For Heather Rogers from Texas, studying in Melbourne is a great way to further her career as well as see Australia. Once Heather Rogers decided to continue her post-graduate studies, the decision to go overseas was a fairly easy one. ‘When I went back to the University of Texas (Arlington) to undertake a postgraduate course, … Continue reading

Scholarships Awarded To Degree Abroad Students

Four GlobaLinks Learning Abroad Participants Earning Degrees Abroad Announced As James Cook University Scholarship Winners Congratulations to the following students who have been awarded $2,500(AUD) scholarships to earn degrees at James Cook University in Queensland, Australia. Matthew Smith, Canadian, Brock University (Cambridge, Ontario), $2,500 scholarship to earn a bachelor of medicine, bachelor of surgery. (Accepted, … Continue reading

University of Sydney Representatives Visiting Canadian Universities to Educate Students on Degree Options

Representatives from Law, Medical and Exercise Sciences Making Stops in October and November Faculty from the University of Sydney’s law, medical and exercise sciences departments will visit a variety of Canadian universities in October and November to present their degree program options. Scheduled visits include: University of Sydney – Law School Executive Director Annette Giles … Continue reading

AustraLearn’s Degree-Abroad Alumni Asked to Complete Survey by April 16

AustraLearn to Donate $1 to Colorado Carbon Fund for Each Completed Survey Did you earn a degree abroad with AustraLearn’s assistance? Then please take just 10-15 minutes to fill out the AustraLearn degree programs alumni survey. In it you’ll find a variety of questions pertaining to many aspects of your experience. Some questions will require … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

University Highlights: AustraLearn’s Full-Degree Efforts Recognized By University of Queensland, University of South Australia Professor Wins Prestigious Award

University of Queensland Recognizes AustraLearn As “High Achieving” For Full-Degree Student Enrollment The University of Queensland, home to more than 6,000 international students, recently conducted a review of its educational representatives and announced AustraLearn as one of its “high achieving” programs in full-degree student enrollment. AustraLearn, which through DegreesOverseas.com provides an applications center for top-rated … Continue reading

American Student Recounts Winter Kayaking Trip Around New Zealand’s Southernmost Island

Mathew St. Martin, AustraLearn Degree Student At AUT University, Part Of Duo That Successfully Circumnavigated Stewart Island By Stacey Hartmann GlobaLinks NewsWire Editor Mathew St. Martin and his kayaking buddy, Jake Candy, knew they’d really accomplished something when a salty old fisherman motored up behind their sea kayak and delivered high praise in the form … Continue reading

Several Canadian Colleges Sign Degree-Transfer Partnerships With Australia’s Griffith University

Canadian students have more options to earn bachelor’s degrees overseas via Griffith University in Australia after the university signed degree-transfer partnerships recently with John Abbott College and Champlain Regional College, both in Montreal, and Holland College in Prince Edward Island. AustraLearn assisted in the development of the partnerships.

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