Meet Harrison Kabolo
Harrison Kabolo, USFP student, Sydney campus
Harrison Kabolo is from Solomon Islands and is studying USFP at the Sydney campus.
How long have you been at Taylors College?
More then 6 months.
What are you studying?
Currently I am in the Sydney University Foundation Program in economics stream. I would like to study economics and social sciences at the University of Sydney.
Ask 5 friends to describe you in one word.
Generous, sensitive, funny, kind and sociable.
What have you enjoyed the most about studying at Taylors?
The thing I enjoyed most about studying at Taylors College is the outstanding teaching services provided by the teaching staff. This includes both academic and moral support.
What are your hobbies?
My hobbies include playing sports (soccer, volleyball and rugby) and music. On the weekends I mostly stay at home surfing and chatting on the internet with friends.
What is the most interesting place you’ve ever been to and why?
The Sydney Opera House and the Harbor Bridge are the most interesting places I have been. I enjoyed them because of their international status as Australia’s icons and attractive sites.
Who is your favourite Taylors College teacher?
Shelly Phillip and Peter Brown are my favorite teachers because they make classes more interactive as well as fun.
Tell an interesting story about an experience you’ve had at Taylors College.
Taylors College is the place where I have been introduced to the internet for the first time. When browsing the internet, every click of the mouse I always thought I was making a mistake. Not long after I realized I have the whole world at the tip of my fingertips.
What is your most favourite item that you brought with you from home?
A traditionally woven bag.
What is your favourite Aussie or Kiwi word?
What makes you unique?
It seems like I got a sixth sense that always reveals certain things to me at certain times. This enables me to foresee unusual circumstances that may happen to me or someone whom I am related to.
What is the best thing that has ever happened to you?
Having the opportunity to study abroad.