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Advice - Australian to Canadian

PostPosted: Sat, 09 Apr 2016 04:17:18 -0500
by Blogger101
I'm currently in my junior year of high school and will be graduating next year. I would like to have some idea of the process of moving to Australia after high school is finished. I was looking into this university in Australia, however it required you to be eighteen when enrolled. When I graduate I will be seventeen going into the semester, so I'm wondering if it would be wise, or I should say possible, to backpack around Australia before I turn eighteen and then settle into university there. I don't like the idea of gap years, nor do I want to take one, but I would like to at least see the country as I think it would be an amazing experience.

A Few More Questions:

1) How hard is it to find an employer who knows you only have 6 months to work for them?
2) How much money should I take with me if I am back packing before starting school?
3) Has anyone done this before more importantly?
4) Should I bring my car with me or focus on transportation there?

Thanks, would love any feedback.

University mentioned is Sunshine Coast University

Re: Advice - Australian to Canadian

PostPosted: Mon, 23 May 2016 04:51:06 -0500
by Olivia.Flatcher
Good universities to go to is University of Sydney or Melbourne. Maybe go to the top university in canberra called the Australian National University.

Re: Advice - Australian to Canadian

PostPosted: Thu, 09 Jun 2016 03:22:14 -0500
by Olivia.Flatcher
Good universities to go to is University of Sydney or Melbourne. Maybe go to the top university in canberra called the Australian National University.



Are there any philosophy faculties in this university?