Tag Archives: University of the Sunshine Coast

Relationships in Australia (Jaime Kamps-Duac)

Original post date: 02 November Today begins my last day of courses here at USC. My semester has flown by faster than I could have imagined. Currently I am a few hundred words away from completing my last assignment for … Continue reading

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First Week of Classes (Dale Bishop)

Original Post Date: 25 July 2011 Well classes are underway and I’m already adapting to the differences in the schooling experience between Australia and America, mainly those in vocabulary. Today in class we were typing on the computers when the … Continue reading

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First Week (Dale Bishop)

Original Post Date: 19 July 2011 Well Orientation has started for all of us international students. We were all placed into groups after the big meeting, where all of the international students were present. At first the prospect of befriending … Continue reading

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Senior Year in Australia Begins (Jaime Kamps-Duac)

Original Date: July 24, 2011 Classes began yesterday afternoon for me. My last summer as a student has officially ended and now I begin the end of my formal education! Exciting, yet somewhat strange to grasp. Introduction to Indigenous Australia was a … Continue reading

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The Land Down Under (Jaime Kamps-Duac)

Original Date: July 17, 2011 Today was day two here down under, and what an awesome day it was. It began early, around 5:40am when I awoke from my alarm I had set the previous afternoon. Apparently I set up my … Continue reading

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The First Month (Jessie Richards)

I am shocked I’ve already been here on the beautiful Sunshine Coast of Queensland Australia for a month now. It seems like I only just arrived. I am still surprised by the little things- like being able to walk into … Continue reading

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