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Our students

 

Want to get to know our students better? Let us introduce you.

Our students come from across the globe and from many walks of life, however they all have one thing in common – they’ve had IDP’s help to achieve their dream of living and studying in a foreign country. To see what it’s like, meet a few students who made to move to study overseas.

Tips and advice from our students

Ushmi - Mumbai to Melbourne

The next thing I knew, I was on a plane to Melbourne. It was scary and over-whelming when I first got here. New faces, new streets, different food, found myself lost for a moment but then I thought to myself, coming here was my dream, I am here. What am I afraid of?

Jane - Kuala Lumpur to Melbourne

After finishing my undergraduate degree in Malaysia and working in HR and logistics I became very interested in marketing and branding more specifically. That’s why I decided to study a Master of Marketing at RMIT.

From Singapore to UQ - living the dream

As a student from Singapore, I chose to pursue my journalism degree at the University of Queensland. Studying abroad helped me deal with the challenges I faced as I took on different roles and responsibilities in my career.

DePaul University - a learning experience

I always knew I wanted to study at DePaul University and I worked hard on my grades. I got a scholarship from the university which makes life easier for me in Chicago.

Studying in the USA with a scholarship

I wanted to come to the USA because it offers the best education in the world. I received a scholarship of USD 5,000 because I had a 3.5 GPA in Sri Lanka. This helps me enjoy my college life in the USA as a sophomore.

Feeling at home in the USA

The moment I stepped into the main campus of Western Michigan University, I felt like this was my new home. It was so beautiful.

Embracing the study abroad experience in the USA

It was scary at first when I arrived in the USA, only because I was in a different country away from my home, on my own. It became easier when I arrived in Chicago and tried to set myself up in the city.
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Ask IDP

I completed a Msc in international business in France. Where in the UK could I do a PhD in international business?
by Purushothama
It's best to send your research proposal to universities directly or apply for scholarships via private and university funding bodies.
Are gap years accepted by UK universities?
by Mandeep
Gap years can be accepted in some UK universities, depending upon the course and the student's profile.
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