To be completely honest, I am surprised that I made it to Prague after the lack of planning and preparation completed in Sydney. Going as a group of 4, Gerard, … Continue Reading Ahoj From Prague!
After the two-week introduction program has finished yesterday, now I definitely know what it means to study at one of the top 10 universities in the world. I’ve experienced four … Continue Reading Two Weeks At TU Delft
A lot of people I known of would ask me ‘where about?’ when I told them I am going on an exchange and they were all questioning ‘why South Korea?’ … Continue Reading Preparation for South Korean Exchange
I’m sure you are reading this blog because you are considering to go on an exchange. I just came back from this exchange program just a week ago after my … Continue Reading Scotland – full of Bagpipes, Haggis, Whisky and amazing Landscape
Munich is a beautiful city surrounded by mountains, lakes and fields, full of history with old and interesting buildings, mouth-watering beer and food and I’m sitting here thinking about community.
Well, it has been three months since I came to Singapore, alone in this great wilderness. However, I have managed to adapt and enjoy this great city, while studying at … Continue Reading Tales of Singapore – Student Edition
I have already spent more than two weeks in Japan and this is my fourth visit within two years. Nevertheless, the beginning of term is next week indeed so I … Continue Reading Wonderful memories of my Journey to Japan
Leaving Sydney’s scorching heat of 40ºC to arrive to Prague’s blistering winter of -6ºC was quite the shock. For me, the coldest weather I’ve experienced is the chiller section in woolies. … Continue Reading From Prague With Love
Hey there. My name is Amy and I’m on a semester-long exchange at the City University, Hong Kong (CityU). If you’re interested in exchange in Hong Kong, check out my … Continue Reading City Uni, in depth!
Japan is always the first in my bucket list among all the countries that I want to travel. Exchange to Sophia University for one semester is definitely a great opportunity … Continue Reading #GaijinLife
What to expect when arrive? Residence card Once you arrive in Tokyo airport, you will be issued a residence card, which looks like the one below. Please remember to provide these … Continue Reading Arriving in Tokyo
Copenhagen, a city known for many things, spectacular architecture, wonderful history, cheap(er) beer and the famous biking Vikings. And I can tell you it’s all true and much much more. … Continue Reading Copenhagen, Not just the happiest place in the world.
Konnichiwa! I’ve only been in Japan for a few days, but I’m ecstatic from what I’ve experienced so far. I’ve met so many great people and the cultural shock and … Continue Reading Konnichiwa from Nippon!
Montreal reminds me of a slightly larger sized Melbourne. With its cool hipster streets, arts and comedy culture, I kind of feel like I’m home. Little cool eateries are scattered … Continue Reading Montreal
In just under a week I will be travelling to Tokyo to study at Sophia University for one semester. It has been a long and arduous process but it will … Continue Reading Preparations & Applications: My Journey to Japan
The first week of my exchange in Tokyo has flown by extraordinarily quickly. As I have visited Japan twice previously I was excited more than anything to experience living here for … Continue Reading Moving in with Meiji