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The Education Abroad Network (TEAN): Gold Coast - Bond University
- Hosted at: Bond University
- Location(s): Gold Coast, Australia: Queensland, Australia
- Program Type(s): Study Abroad
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With an academic calendar similar to that of the U.S., Bond University allows students with difficult schedules to spend a semester in one of the most beautiful parts of the country and be back in time for summer obligations. In addition to the co... read more
This experience and program were definitely worthwhile. I learned so much about a culture different than my own and grew into a more independent person. Additionally, this program was great because I met so many international students and made connections with people that I consider to be my best friends today. Layla B Hindiyeh - Quinnipiac University View Entire Review
It was worthwhile I learned so many cultural things about Australia during orientation and from local students and professors. A student - University of Hartford View Entire Review
I learned how to be more independent and open-minded As a pre-med I was very regimented and this was a great experience to learn about things other than science and really immerse myself in something new. It was 110% the best part of my college experience. Katie Lagana - Quinnipiac University View Entire Review
I learned how much there is to explore outside of the US. I was in Australia for 4 months and traveled somewhere new every weekend and still felt like I could have seen more. It was truly a once in a lifetime experience and I wouldn't sacrifice it for anything! James Piechnik - Clemson University View Entire Review
Being half-way around the world really instills a sense of true independence, there’s no going home or having your mom around to help when you run into trouble. I learned to do things on my own which pushed me to enjoy doing things on my own as well. If nobody was around to head up to the beach or go to dinner, I found myself go... Melissa FIscher - Clemson University View Entire Review
That their culture is a lot different from ours A student - University of Hartford View Entire Review
It was 100% worthwhile. I gained new friendships and learned more about myself and got to really live on my own for four months. Jenna C - High Point University View Entire Review
I learned about other cultures, how to travel on my own, and how to budget my money. A student - University of Hartford View Entire Review
Studying abroad helped me to be more responsible. I had to learn budgeting and balancing travel with school work. I was able to see places that I'd never thought I'd be able and my expectations were exceeded for how beautiful they were. I 100% think studying abroad was worthwhile and I would do it again in a heartbeat if I had t... Kaitlin Carroll - California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo View Entire Review
I already knew that I had a passion for traveling before I studied abroad, but once I studied abroad it really just reminded me that traveling is my favorite thing to do. Studying abroad allowed me to visit places in the world that I have dreamt of going to, but never thought I would have been to at this age in my life. Studying... Hailey Praska - University of Iowa View Entire Review
I learned what it means to be truly independent. Although living away from home at my home university was a step, nothing could compare to the independence I gained from studying abroad. The people I met there showed me what it meant to be a true friend and inspired me to be better. I came back from abroad knowing the type of pe... Leah Lavin - Quinnipiac University View Entire Review
I gained the confidence to step out of my comfort zone. This was truly a transformative period in my life and although I had the highest highs and the lowest lows, the whole entire experience was completely worthwhile. Rachael Durand - Quinnipiac University View Entire Review
I had no clue how my experience would turn out- I am very glad I took a leap of faith and went for it! I found a great sense of independence I never knew was there, my confidence has sky-rocketed, I am more social, and I am more open-minded to the world around me. Peaches Avre - Augsburg University View Entire Review
I was able to learn all about an entirely different culture. One of my Australian mates took me home to stay with his family for the weekend and they were able to show me a true Australian experience and show me their way of life. This trip was honestly one of the greatest of my life. Brandon Brazao - Griffith University View Entire Review
I learned the value of exploring on your own and taking risks to experience more of the world. Definitely worth it and I would do it again in a heartbeat. Abby Mathai - Furman University View Entire Review
I grew so much as a person while I was away. I was completely isolated from all family and friends in America and it really allowed me to find my way as an individual relying on solely myself. It was probably the best thing that could have happened to me at this stage of my life. Kaylea Lundin - University of Tampa View Entire Review
This was the most worthwhile college experience! I not only learned to be more independent, but I also learned a variety of life skills such as international communication, learning to travel (figuring out bus/train/plane) schedules, time management, prioritization, and much more! Rachel Zurcher - Clemson University View Entire Review
I learned so many life lessons while abroad. My time abroad was 100% worthwhile. Traveling across the world alone by yourself really gives you a huge confidence and is just an amazing experience. Josh I - Thomas College View Entire Review
I learned to be independent. A student - University of Hartford View Entire Review
I learned how to adapt to a new environment and challenged myself to be more extroverted and brave. Maire Klein - California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo View Entire Review
I learned so much about myself as well as Australia as I was abroad. I was able to learn about local culture while meeting tons of new people! It was a great time to really just live life and enjoy all that Australia could provide! Going abroad was so worthwhile and I'm glad that I did not pass up the opportunity to do so! A student - University of San Francisco View Entire Review
I gained independence more than anything else. And I learned how to communicate more effectively. Most my good friends and I on the trip rubbed off on each other and now I think I'm a better person because of them. Emelie Gosselin - University of Hartford View Entire Review
While abroad, I grew as an individual and was able to discover so much about myself that I never knew. Being in a different country forced me to break myself out of my shell and try new things. Me, a once quiet and shy girl, never would have imagined making so many friends and doing crazy activities like jumping out of an airpla... Kristen Dove - University of Rhode Island View Entire Review
I learned so much, I met all different people that i normally would not have been able to meet. it was definitely worth while. Bailey House - Quinnipiac University View Entire Review
I learned more about myself 10,000 miles away on my own, in a brand new place than I ever thought I would. Every day was a new adventure with a new lesson attached to it! I came home with a completely new perspective on life because of the adventures I had, the people I met, and the culture I immersed myself in. Hannah Morgan - University of Cincinnati View Entire Review
With an academic calendar similar to that of the U.S., Bond University allows students with difficult schedules to spend a semester in one of the most beautiful parts of the country and be back in time for summer obligations. In addition to the convenient calendar, Bond participants enjoy an array of courses and amazing housing options, including our TEAN beach housing or housing adjacent to campus. If that wasn’t enough to convince you, you’ll also enjoy a 5-day Orientation Excursion in Cairns exploring the Great Barrier Reef!
Program Type(s):Study Abroad
- Academic Year
Relevant Study Subject(s):
- Communication and Media Studies
- Computer and Information Sciences
- Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
- Biology and Biomedical Sciences
- Social Sciences
- International Relations
- Business Administration and Management
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The Education Abroad Network (TEAN) Scholarships
The Education Abroad Network Full Ride Scholarship is designed to give a stand-out student the opportunity to study abroad. Studying abroad is a personal journey and the winning applicant will show us not only the journey they’ve been on to arrive at this point, but also the journey they envision studying abroad will entail. This annual scholarship can be used for TEAN program and covers tuition, program fees and orientation orientation (up to $15,000 value).
Up to $15,000 USD
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