Paolo Maroma took part in the Seoul Changing Biotechnology study tour. He is now working as a laboratory technician for agricultural company Viterra.
Jonty Dear studied at McGill University in Canada, took part in the Cambodia Humanitarian Design Summit run by Engineers Without Borders, and has since undertaken an internship with Jeumont Electric in France.
Harry Lucas has completed five Study Overseas programs. His first was a Civil Engineering study tour to China, followed by a placement in the USA, an internship in Germany, an internship in Switzerland, and an exchange to the Czech Technical University in Prague.
Lucy Pittman completed an exchange to Lund University, Sweden. While overseas, she exchanged emails with her Grandpa to help combat homesickness. Lucy has happily agreed to share some of these emails with us.
Chiqui Manalastas took part in the Nursing Japan study tour, which lead her to focus on a more globally-focused career, starting with the Walt Disney Company Australia and New Zealand Cultural Exchange Program.
Katie Bezzoubov completed two overseas programs, one self-reporting program to Mexico in 2015, and the Beyond the Great Wall, Public Health in China study tour in 2016. She currently works as a Project Support Officer for Disability SA.
Ryan Cunningham attended a Confucius Institute Semester Program, completed exchanges to both Tsinghua University and the University of Hong Kong, and completed an overseas internship. Ryan works in the Department of the Premier and Cabinet in their International Relations division.
Ben Hauser took part in the Japanese Media Industries and Cultures study tour to Kyoto, Japan. He currently works as an Assistant Language Teacher in Amagasaki, Japan.
Tom Russell took part in the Japanese Media Industries and Cultures study tour to Kyoto, Japan. He currently works as an Assistant Language Teacher in Takahashi, Japan.
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