Australia Borders Open Fully to International Students


Australia is welcoming back students from across the world to study at their world-class institutions, and has launched a new ‘Welcome video’ (see below).

On a regular year (pre-Covid), 400,000 students study at universities in Australia each year, including a good number of Canadians. Read what Ontario student, Daanish, has to say about his exchange experience.

Daanish Kachalia
(student at McMaster University, Canada)

Doing an Exchange term at the University of Western Australia has allowed me to grow so much as an individual. It has helped me push boundaries that I didn’t know were possible. I now have a friend in six of the seven continents around the world. Furthermore, it has helped with my academic and professional development, like giving me a chance to be an English Tutor or host a LinkedIn Learning Session.

I would highly recommend anyone thinking to do an exchange at UWA to go forward with it. Travelling was a blast, especially exploring Karijini and the beauties of Western Australia. It is a unique university experience and a very welcoming environment. There are many events that the University hosts for exchange students and you are guaranteed to have a great time, all while experiencing the Australian culture.

Discussion6 Comments

  1. You deserve all the very appreciation because you, yourself being so very intelligent as well as knowledgeable are yet so very humble as well as generous that you just keep helping others with all the knowledge you have. Thanksgivings for all your sharing of knowledge.

  2. It is great to see that the Australian borders has been opened for the students in order to learn demanding skills and get trending degrees and serve the world with positive impact. I think every educational institute offer scholarship to those students who are going abroad. Here I found the best pattern for assignments and I am pretty sure these will be helpful for students as well.

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