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Leaving home to travel to another country is an exciting experience. It also involves a lot of challenges that you should be prepared for.
Here’s what some of our students and staff say about what you have to look forward to!
“Come to Australia to enjoy a country where cultures coexist and blend together. The weather is great here all year round and a great lifestyle for beach lovers.” - Jihad Lotfi (USFP)
“Learning English is very important to do when travelling overseas.” - She Hai Shan (USFP)
“Students should be prepared to miss their families and friends a lot. Food in Australia is also very different, thus it takes time to find some you’re used to. The weather in Australia will be liked by everyone though.” - Olga Yahkno (USFP)
“Learn how to cook your own meals!” - Bryant Wong Jiaming (USFP)
“Try to be friendly to people around you and smile to people who smile at you.” - Yuliana Halim (UWAFP)
“Australia is a wonderful place to study, however most overseas students will get homesick. So don’t forget to bring your family photos with you.” - Yang Xuan Qi (Melbourne High School)
“Organize yourselves on a day to day basis, allowing time for school, homework, friends and rest time during the week.” - Sarah Darker (MUFY)
“Bring warm clothes for winter!” - Justin Chin (Melbourne High School)
"Pursue a Maori cultural experience. Also eat a teaspoon of Marmite everyday!" - Kei Eagle (TELP teacher)
"Be prepared to look after yourselves effectively by eating and drinking well prepared meals not relying on buying fast food. Also, be open minded in the culture and way of life you find here." - Mario Torelli (Head of English, Sydney campus)
"People are friendly and proud of their country and will always be willing to help out at any stage. The weather varies from very hot in the summer to cold and rainy in the winter. As far as food goes, with a range of different foods to choose from students will not be disappointed." - Damon Grieve (MUFY teacher, Melbourne campus)
"Students should understand that Australia is the land of educational oppurtunity. Although not all students can gain a place at the most elite universities, all can find a pathway to a good degree and satisfactory career." - Jenny Oglesby (Careers and Tertiary Advisor, Melbourne campus)
"Australia is a very tolerant and multi-cultural country, come with an open mind and willingness to learn and adapt to new ways of living." - Smita Sah (Counsellor, Sydney campus)
Don’t take our word for it, listen to what our students say about studying at Taylors.