Hey y’all! My name is Stine, I’m from Denmark, I’m 24 years old – but most importantly, a student at the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC). I’m currently studying a bachelor’s degree at Copenhagen Business School and had the amazing opportunity to study abroad for my 5th semester. With outstanding AND FREE help and guidance from Kilroy Denmark, my … Continue reading Stine Milena Hansen from Kilroy Denmark studying a Diploma in General Studies at USC Sunshine Coast
On Monday, USC International held the Ceremony of Completion for Semester 2 2019 for our international students. This ceremony was is held for our international students every semester for those who have completed an award program here at USC Sunshine Coast. Check out some photos from this special day! CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES OF 2019!
Thomas Loft from Denmark is studying a Bachelor of International Business at USC Sunshine Coast and wants to give you; 6 good reasons «not» to study at USC 🙉 1. You get new best friends who you may never see again During your time at USC you will meet so many incredible new people and … Continue reading Thomas Loft from Denmark: 6 good reasons «not» to study at USC 😅
Hey everyone, my name is Oliver and I’m 20 years old. I’m currently a Study Abroad student from Kilroy because I’m having a gap-year in Denmark and wanted to do something different than just travelling around. I had many different universities in Australia in mind but decided to choose USC because of the program, the … Continue reading Oliver Siewertsen from Kilroy Denmark studying at USC Sunshine Coast
Studying abroad and living overseas is one of the most exciting, scary, happy, sad, crazy times of your life which you may only get one opportunity to do. So take it! I have been studying at the University of Aalborg in Denmark on exchange for 3 months. In that time I have been to The Netherlands, … Continue reading Ellen Studying Overseas at the University of Aalborg, Denmark
Arhus University (Far left photo) and the top-left photo was taken sometime in February. Arhus does not snow much compared to other Scandinavian countries. However, it is very windy as it is close to the ocean and there is no mountain in Denmark. Now day-light-saving has occurred and getting lighter but it used to be … Continue reading Maya at Arhus University in Denmark