Myles Kreis, studying overseas at Konkuk University, South Korea

I still remember so vividly how I felt when I found out that I was going to be studying, living and undertaking internships in South Korea for 18 months. Having won a competitive and prestigious New Colombo Plan Scholarship, I knew that every part of my life was about to change dramatically. As I had lived in Australia for my whole life and rarely travelled … Continue reading Myles Kreis, studying overseas at Konkuk University, South Korea

Caleb studying overseas at Konkuk University in South Korea

Seoul Survivor When I started at USC you could never have made me believe I would be studying where I am right now. Like most students, I had always had a strong desire to study abroad and spent plenty of time scheming of where I would go, but for some reason Asia never really made it onto my short list. And yet here I am, … Continue reading Caleb studying overseas at Konkuk University in South Korea

The Hardest Part Of Traveling No One Talks About

Article and concept taken from Kellie Donnelly a PR student living in Indiana and navigating the awkward post-college years. It is always awe-inspiring to hear all the amazing stories our USC GO Program students have had overseas. However, there is one side to the GO Program experience that fails to get a mention…how you feel once you’ve returned? Returning home can sometimes be the most difficult part … Continue reading The Hardest Part Of Traveling No One Talks About

LEE from South Korea: Kicking it on the Sunshine Coast

Hi everyone. It’s Lee! How are you doing? I’m doing very well and enjoying the Australian lifestyle. In this blog I thought I would tell you information about social activities, especially for you guy who like sports because I’m telling you about Futsal in Australia (Indoor Soccer).  As a guy who likes exercise in general, I played soccer (Football) and I also participated in the uni club Social Socer on  Friday … Continue reading LEE from South Korea: Kicking it on the Sunshine Coast

Lee from South Korea: Strawberry picking

Hi, everyone. Do you know how to get strawberries at a cheap price? Last week on a sunny day, I went to a strawberry farm to pick my own strawberry. It is just $5 for one container xD ye~ I’ve never been to a strawberry farm before and I had no idea what a strawberry tree? looked like. Now I know exactly how strawberries are … Continue reading Lee from South Korea: Strawberry picking

LEE from South Korea: Fortunes found at the beach!

Hi, everyone~ ^^. How’s your mid-term break? Fortunately, the weather is warm these days and we can enjoy the lovely Sunshine Coast. I live in Mooloolaba so I see a lot of people at the beach when I passing by there.  I tried swimming recently but it’s not warm enough for me yet!! So, my friend and I are going to go surfing next week and have … Continue reading LEE from South Korea: Fortunes found at the beach!

LEE (Seung Hwan) from South Korea: Volunteer work on the Sunshine Coast

Hi everyone. How are your assignments going? A lot of students, including me, are struggling to study for thier exams or finish thier assignments. When you are stressing about these things, it is better to think about your mid-term break !  😀  Last time, I talked about the Tax File Number which is important when you want to work in Australia. This time, I’m going to give … Continue reading LEE (Seung Hwan) from South Korea: Volunteer work on the Sunshine Coast

Lee (Seung Hwan) from South Korea:

Hi! I’m Lee from Korea. I read some other people’s blogs and I think they are lovely. When I was suggested join the USC International Student Blog, I thought it would be good talking about some useful information; So I’m going to blog about my experience for part time jobs. I planned to study just one semester; however, I heard there was a way to get a degree from USC with … Continue reading Lee (Seung Hwan) from South Korea: