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Studying abroad opens you up to new experiences and ways of thinking, and immerses you in exciting cultures from across the world.  

What is it like to study abroad?

Life in the USA

A snapshot of the USA 

  • From the deserts of Arizona to the dazzling city lights of New York, there are so many places to explore 
  • The third largest country in the world
  • It’s also the third most visited country in the world
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9 reasons why you should study in the UK

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A snapshot of the UK 

  • The United Kingdom has a rich and diverse history
  • There are beautiful countryside escapes and stunning coastlines to explore
  • Home to some of the most vibrant, multicultural cities in the world
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4 things I wish I knew before studying in the UK

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A day in the life of a student in the UK

Life in Canada

A snapshot of Canada

  • Canada is among the top 15 safest and happiest countries according to the World Happiness Report
  • With 600,000+ international students, Canada is not just diverse, its people welcome international students with open arms
  • Higher education in Canada is 25–35% more affordable than a comparable education in the USA

Life in Australia

Discover 5 of the top reasons why Australia is a great place to study 

A snapshot of Australia

  • Australia is known as the sports capital of the world  
  • The Great Barrier Reef is the biggest reef system in the world
  • 90% of Australians live on the coast
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Life in New Zealand

A snapshot of New Zealand

  • 30% of the country is a national reserve
  • New Zealand consists of two main landmasses: the North Island and the South Island — and over 700 small islands
  • New Zealand is one of the world’s least populated nations with only 4.4 million residents

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