Aleksandra Skibinska (Poland) - University of Wollongong
"What I enjoyed most was gaining a global understanding of business. Each subject, assignment, class discussion, was framed in the international context. My tutors and classmates from different parts of the world taught me how to see things from a wider perspective..."
Beate von der Osten (Germany) - University of Queensland
“...the decision to go to Queensland to study was probably the best thing I ever did in my life.”
Ben Meuller (Germany) - University of Wollongong
“The leadership skills I learnt in Australia are very important in my current job. They enhance the quality of my work and boost the enjoyment I have in my work.”
Benjamin Lundström (Denmark) - University of NSW
“It’s something that stays with you the rest of your life”, says Benjamin Lundström of his time in Australia. "There is nothing like it”.
Christian Gruber (Germany) - Queensland University of Technology and University of Queensland
“What I experienced in Australia has ultimately destined many of my current scientific projects... Everything I did there is related to what I’m doing now.”
Christophe Capel (France) - University of Wollongong
“I really, really loved the Master of International Business,” he says. “We had successful professionals with ‘hands-on’ experience, giving us real-life case studies and examples.
Daniel Ritlewski (Germany) - University of Melbourne
“It was the people, the country and the fantastic education system that motivated me to study in Australia.”
Daniela Serena Stefani (Italy) - La Trobe University
"Australia gave me a unique perspective; it was a profound experience that totally changed my way of living, thinking and approaching life."
David Poveda (Spain) - University of Sydney
“The great thing about doing the MBA in Australia, not Europe, was that I had 27 other different nationalities in the class, which was good for me both personally and professionally.”
Fabio Panarese (Italy) - University of Adelaide
“To learn and practise law in Australia was the best experience I could have."
Frédéric Calinaud (France) - University of Sydney
"...the programme was very, very good and the lecturers, which included the Dean of the Faculty of Law and the Dean of the Faculty of Economics, were fantastic."
Henrik Norsk Hoffmann (Denmark) - University of Queensland
“The network I developed in Australia has now grown into a large network of contacts around the world."
Jörg Stephan (Germany) - University of NSW
“You are forced to really adapt, to get involved and to learn a new way of life.”
Juliane Werther (Germany) - University of Wollongong
“Without my Australian degree I wouldn’t be in the position I am in right now.”
Juliette François-Assonne (Mauritius) - Monash University
“When I left I realised the extent of the value of my degree... that your Australian degree can take you anywhere...it’s like a guarantee to success."
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