• Lasting relationship with Launceston by Asif Ahmed

    My journey at Launceston started through the Australian Maritime College back in 2010 which introduced me to this beautiful, serene and green city of Tasmania. This was the first time I had gone overseas for study purposes and live away from home for prolong times.

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  • The joys of student exchange - by Lalo Green

    Generally, when we think about an academic exchange in architecture school we picture ourselves in Italy, The United Kingdom, or somewhere in Europe, places we have studied and know from books and pictures. Tasmania, anyhow, is a whole other story!

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  • Launceston Student Life - by Haonan Kang

    Launceston is a fantastic place. In size, it is somewhere between a busy city and quiet town, well suited for international students coming to study and live. The city has almost every type of outdoor activity, and many historic sites.

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  • From Singapore to Launceston - by Katherine Phang

    Coming from Singapore, a busy city that never stops, I feel that Launceston is a nice change of environment for me. Peaceful and quiet, it offers a good platform for studying. There are not many distractions when I need to focus and when I need to loosen up, there are still bars open for a chill out night with friends.

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  • Loving Launceston - by Katherine Langworthy

    Launceston has this weird ability to convert a fully pledged fast paced city chick to an easier going less wound up one. You’re never stuck in traffic, you still have the benefits of a big city like great little cafes, restaurants and pubs, and it’s open and spacious, there’s no real feeling of stress…must be the fresher air!

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  • From India to Launceston - by Ramnik Singh Walia

    Only five percent of students from India study abroad during their undergraduate career. After my experience studying abroad in Tasmania, I can’t imagine ever being part of that 95 percent which doesn’t. It truly was a life changing and life defining experience.

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