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CAPA The Global Education Network: Sydney Study or Intern Abroad
A breathtakingly beautiful coastal city, Sydney is an exciting and diverse place to study abroad with 120 nationalities and the rhythm of 250 languages spoken here. That means delicious foods from around the world fill the markets and there are in... read more
Best decision you can make Liz Wong - Clark University - Worcester View Entire Review
The experience was definitely worthwhile and I learned how to be independent and how to interact with other people Thomas Van Vort - Stonehill College View Entire Review
I loved my study abroad experience, and it was definitely worthwhile. I gained experience working internationally and was able to complete a certificate in international business through my home university. Kristen Cotter - Arizona State University View Entire Review
I learned so much about adapting to a different culture and living life with a more laid back attitude. I also learned about living independently and traveling without family. Lilly Reding - Stonehill College View Entire Review
Through my time abroad, I gained intercultural competency, learned how to navigate/travel/work in diverse cultures and countries, developed friendships with coworkers, pushed myself to be adventurous and try new things in a foreign setting, as well as gained extensive knowledge and understanding in marketing and the global enter... Kaitlin - Augustana College View Entire Review
I learned so much about the history of Australia through my academic class, as well as my adventures around Sydney. I became more independent, confident, and learned how to navigate through a city! It was 100% worth every minute and I truly have nothing negative to say about my experience. CAPA is a wonderful program and there w... Jacee Y - Wilkes University View Entire Review
I learned travel skills, cultural competency, how to live on my own, how to deal with homesickness, how to make new friends, and most importantly pushed myself outside my comfort zone several times. Gillian - D'Youville College View Entire Review
I gained a new sense of independence and confidence from going abroad and going outside of my comfort zone. I met so many people that are now amazing friends! The opportunities for travel and adventure are limitless! Haley - Merrimack College View Entire Review
I learned how important intercultural communication is both personally and professionally. The more you are exposed to the rest of the world's culture, the more open and adaptable you become to other's beliefs and ideas. I believe going abroad was one of the most valuable experiences I have been apart of thus far. Lydia A - SUNY - College at Oswego View Entire Review
I learned about being patient and exiting my comfort zone. I went snorkeling and site seeing in a jungle, something that a girl from Brooklyn, NY never thought she would do. I made friends with people who were different with me and reconnected with those who were similar. It was definitely a worthwhile trip despite the long jour... Cherilyn Beckles - SUNY - College at Oswego View Entire Review
This program allowed my mind to be carefully crafted by the ideologies of hundreds of different people I got to interact with on a daily basis. I was taught knowledge on an educational and philosophical level that simply could not have been accomplished by reading a textbook, but by living amongst people of another culture. In e... Matt Christian - Hofstra University View Entire Review
I learned about myself a lot by opening myself up to brand new experiences. Go in with an open mind! :) Ashley Whittington - D'Youville College View Entire Review
It was the best investment you can ever make. I got a job offer with my internship site once I've completed my studies. Lilibeth R - University of California - Davis View Entire Review
I gained a lot of independence, and I also added a unique attribute to my resume because of my international internship. It was definitely worth it! Angella Barton - Stonehill College View Entire Review
My study abroad experience was an event in my life that has benefited me in so many positive ways. I was given the opportunity to work with a professional rugby team on the Membership and Ticketing team, which exposed me to sports practices in different countries to aide me in my sports management concentration. The classes at C... Kailee Stobbe - Merrimack College View Entire Review
It was worthwhile for me because my internship placement was extremely relevant which helped me build a standout resume. George Muirhead - University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh View Entire Review
I gain new perspectives and views of the world. Definitely worthwhile, I had a great time and can't wait to go back to that country. A student - University of Hartford View Entire Review
I learned a lot about myself and how I travel as well as about other cultures. It was very worthwhile. Alex - Arizona State University View Entire Review
I learned how different America is from other countries. In Sydney, everyone is so fashionable and professional. Also, they have a much healthier lifestyle than we do in the US. I still make some of the food I was introduced to there, and would have never tried the different types of food here in America if it weren't for my tri... Jordan E - University of Dayton View Entire Review
So worthwhile. I learned a lot about myself and the U.S. from studying abroad. I improved my time-management skills, gained confidence in travelling and meeting new people, gained a lot of independence, had amazing trips and experiences, and had so much fun. Norway Dolan - Merrimack College View Entire Review
100%. I learned travel skills, cultural competency, how to live on my own, how to deal with homesickness, how to make new friends, and most importantly pushed myself outside my comfort zone several times. Gillian - D'Youville College View Entire Review
CAPA The Global Education Network allowed me not only to study abroad down under in Australia but also found me an awesome internship based on my own personal interests and major. They did an awesome job by placing me with an internship with DEC PR & Communications right in the heart of the CBD in Sydney. I was able to work with... Erica B - University of Massachusetts Amherst / UMass View Entire Review
I learned how to work in a professional setting and gained real life experience relevant to my major. I gained a greater insight into an overall global mindset and was reassured that international studies is something I'm confident in pursing. Kristen Curtis - Anderson University, SC View Entire Review
I got to go outside of my comfort zone a lot, which I truly appreciate. I lived without my family, had to go grocery shopping for myself, and balance my own budget. This was tough, but I learned a lot about what it will be like when I'm on my own. I also got to meet new people and explore a new place. Carly Sirota - University of Massachusetts Amherst / UMass View Entire Review
It was absolutely worthwhile-I would do it again in a heartbeat! I gained professional experience, independence, cultural awareness and much more. I learned about myself and that I can be confident in the face of challenges, and I can achieve anything i set my mind to. I cannot wait for my next Australian adventure and look forw... Rachael Bouley - Arizona State University View Entire Review
A breathtakingly beautiful coastal city, Sydney is an exciting and diverse place to study abroad with 120 nationalities and the rhythm of 250 languages spoken here. That means delicious foods from around the world fill the markets and there are international celebrations like Buddha’s Birthday Multicultural Festival to join in on. It can be laid-back, with more than 100 beaches and dozens of coastal walks to enjoy, but it’s also one of the biggest business hubs in the Asia-Pacific region and has been named the “innovation and technology capital of Australia”.
The CAPA Sydney program is based in TAFE NSW Sydney Institute, in a beautiful centrally located heritage building. Our distinctive blend of academic and experiential education takes your learning style, interests, preferences and independence into consideration.
You’ll learn both inside the classroom and beyond, with field studies, excursions, My Global City events, and an (optional) internship placement.
Program Type(s):Study Abroad
- Academic Year
Relevant Study Subject(s):
- International Business
- Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs
- Business Communications
- Area, Ethnic and Group Studies
- Communication and Media Studies
- Liberal Arts, General Studies
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