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Hey, I need some help? Pleaseee!*

Postby alyssa_lauren » Wed, 10 Feb 2010 10:34:35 -0500

Hey, my name is Alyssa! I am just looking for some information on studying abroad in Australia. I live in Phila, PA as of right now. I would just really like to talk to someone who was or is in my position. I am twenty years old I would love if it were someone who is around my age who could chat with me! :) Thanks!! :wink:
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Postby GBell » Sat, 27 Feb 2010 11:49:38 -0500

I have a friend from philly, he moved over to study enviromeental science, since Murdoch university has the best facillities.

Theres plenty of good unis in Australoa, depending on what you want to study. let me know if you want any info providing your following this thread.
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Postby Degrees Overseas » Tue, 06 Apr 2010 05:44:40 -0500

Hi Alyssa,

That is great you are interested in furthering your education in Australia! Each university in Australia was created as an act of Parliament, therefore the quality of their educational programs and research practices are highly regulated by their national and/or state governments.

What are you looking to study and when are you looking to go? I work with students who are interested in pursuing degrees in Australia or New Zealand, and am happy to help answer any questions you might have.

I look forward to hearing from you Alyssa!

Take care,
Degrees Overseas
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Postby AustralianStudy » Thu, 08 Apr 2010 03:04:38 -0500

Hi Alyssa,

I work for the Australian Agency for Education and Training (AAET) and we provide a free service for students coming to Australia to study.

Unfortunately I can't think of anyone on our database that has come from Phily that is around your age, but I can definitely set you up in the Phily or USA click when you get here, there are dozens of clubs and events and you will have a little Phily gang within weeks.

Just FYI as well as the above we support you in numerous other ways including:
- Choosing location and University
- Visa and immigration issues
- Accommodation and lifestyle questions

We can make sure that your appications are processed quicker and we can often bypass the University application fee.

I would answer you questions here, but unfortunately I only log in every few weeks making our communications a little difficult, search for Australian UniHelp on Facebook and I can answer your questions live.

Speak soon,
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Postby chris19700 » Sun, 13 Dec 2015 08:24:55 -0500

For students currently searching for accommodation close to campus, it would be worthwhile to check out this property rentals app called Snailapp. The app handles self-managed property in Australia and is a super efficient/convenient medium that accommodates for interactions between landlords and tenants.
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