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Studying downunder

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femika

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Posted: 2005-03-15 21:19:00   

For the last 2 years I've been living in Central America and have been enjoying myself to bits.

But it's getting time for some more serious stuff. I want to go back to school. I rather not go back to the Netherlands to study for 4 years or more. I would like to find out what my possibilities are on the other side of the world. Australia that is.

I'm finding loads of information on Aussie but I'm having some difficulty finding out what I need for studying for a year and what kind of studies I can do.

I didn't finished my studies in the Netherlands so I basically need to start over.

I don't have any contact with Dutch Universities right now. I'm planning on going back to Holland at the end of the year and hopefully get some help from them.



Anybody that has done this sort of thing and has some tips for me...that would be great!



thanks a lot!

Femke

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magsalex

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Posted: 2005-03-15 22:22:00   

Perhaps you could try these websites for further information:

www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

www.studiesinaustralia.com



Also immigration info at:

www.immi.gov.au



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femika

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Posted: 2005-03-16 23:22:00   

Hi Mags



Thanks a lot for the information. That's a great help.



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downundergal

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Posted: 2005-03-19 09:55:00   

I am not sure how old you are but you may be able to enter as a mature age student, entry requirements are not as strict.

Also there are many private universities in Australia where if you pay the tuition fees you stand quite a good chance of enrolling. For example I gave an Israeli friend who has been here almost 4 years studying at Bond University on the Gold Coast. There are also always loads of Brazilian and Scandinavian students that enrol there too as well as Griffith University as another example. Both of these unis would have their own websites with costs etc but if you can't find the info you need email me & I will make some inquires.

Cheers,

Kerrie

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krissie

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Posted: 2005-06-26 15:01:00   

do you only wanna spend a year or so in aus or you planning to get a degree? if you only wanna stay for up to one year and have already attended uni in holland you might want to apply for a study abroad program!?! just search for aussie unis on google; every uni in aus offers those study abroad programs.


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