UEA student Isis on studying at the University of Technology, Sydney, and making everyday an adventure.

Being the first UEA student to study chemistry at the University of Technology, Sydney, was at first a daunting prospect but I have since come to the realisation that us students are adaptable; we’ll just get on with most things. Thus, the cliché transpires; this has been one of the best years of my life (so far)! When I first arrived, to a winter that … Continue reading UEA student Isis on studying at the University of Technology, Sydney, and making everyday an adventure.

“I’m sure that I’m not the only one who has built their career on experiences from their study abroad programme.” Rachael who studied in Sydney in 2006/07

I went on a year abroad to the University of Sydney (USYD) in 2006/07 as part of my Undergraduate Art History degree. This was in the early days of the programme and only one other student from my school went. At this time UEA didn’t have a Study Abroad Office to help arrange everything. We just got our visas, booked our flights and went. We … Continue reading “I’m sure that I’m not the only one who has built their career on experiences from their study abroad programme.” Rachael who studied in Sydney in 2006/07

“The time feels like it is going so quickly” – Yiwen Pan at The University of Technology Sydney

Hello, I am Stephanie Pan. I started my year abroad at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) in August 2016 and will finish in July 2017. As I am enjoying my life in Sydney the time feels like it is going so quickly. The UTS is in the centre of the city and the buildings are decentralised around it. The picture below is of the … Continue reading “The time feels like it is going so quickly” – Yiwen Pan at The University of Technology Sydney

“This year has been an amazing cultural immersion” Rachel at the University of Sydney, Australia

When I tell people I’m living in Sydney because I’m studying at the University of Sydney for the year, the first thing they jump to is the weather; “Oh you must be loving life in the sun”, and “I bet that’s a welcome change from our minus degrees winter”. And yes, it’s a lot sunnier here than in the bracing Norfolk climate. But the heat hasn’t … Continue reading “This year has been an amazing cultural immersion” Rachel at the University of Sydney, Australia