People’s Republic of China
Institution attended: Victoria
Dianna uses a single word to describe the quality of the
education she received in Australia—superior. It has been over a year since she
completed her postgraduate studies and returned to Beijing, but Dianna’s
impressions of the time she spent here are still strong,
“Most of the
professors and visiting speakers I met were professional and perfect. They have
rich experiences in teaching and in their own fields. All of the knowledge is
up-to-date,” she said.
The factors which influenced Dianna’s decision to
study in Australia include the multicultural environment, the worldwide
recognition of many of its degrees and the fact that Australia is an
“The most important point is that a degree
awarded in Australia will be recognised all over the world. I am interested in
working for European and American firms, therefore the overseas education
background is very helpful,” she said.
Dianna also has some useful
advice for prospective students. “You must have the ability of self-management.
It is better that you have working experiences in your field and a clear aim for
studying in Australia, then you benefit a lot from Australia postgraduate
education and can expect success in your career.”