International Student Rant V: #2

About Mr. V again…

When my family decided to host international students, we made some “rules” so that the household can be organized and normal. By rules, I mean the obvious stuff: Don’t make loud noises by singing/screaming/shouting at night, close the windows when the heater is on, clean up after yourself if you use the kitchen… etc. 273 more words


Snow, sun and international sponsorship at the University of Bath

With the appearance of snow and sunshine, our day at the University of Bath’s Recruitment Fair on Tuesday 26th April was a similar mix. Although some final year students were busy completing their dissertation, those that attended the fair were well prepared for seeking employment. 262 more words


Congratulations to Kings Education

Congratulations are due to Kings Education for being awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise. They have been awarded this prestigious award for their leading role in education and developing schools in the UK and USA. 49 more words


How international students selling Australian baby formula?

It is easy to notice that Australian supermarkets, like Coles and Woolworths, always have the shortages of baby formula. Some news’ websites report that the great demand of the Chinese market is the main reason for milk shortages in Australia. 491 more words

Yifan Kong: I want to be on the spot

As the development of educational industry, a variety of foreign students have been onshore these years. However, in campus social life, you could hardly find a foreign face among the cheering crowds. 898 more words

Tutor sacked over ‘Pig’ insult: How many more will go?

Reason And News Value

According to the accusation of students of Sydney University Business School, Wei Wu, the head tutor of the Business school subject FINC2012 (Corporate Finance II) used derogatory terms to abuse his students and made abusive comments on China and Chinese people on his social media platforms. 483 more words

Chinese In Australia

Sri Lankan student’s passion for computing

Charles De Silva Goonetilleke is a Sri Lankan student at La Trobe. A student in our Bachelor of Computer Science with Honours program, he arrived in Melbourne in 2012. 428 more words

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