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Beach by the Countryside

Wednesday, 24 July 2019

By Divyansh

Hi everyone, I hope your day has been amazing so far. My name is Divyansh and in this blog, I am going to write about my visit to Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale. If you have lived in Geelong, you...

All Books Aside Please

Monday, 24 June 2019

By Joan

Who doesn’t like a break from books? After that long draining assignment, that terrific exam that just got you worn out completely. So let’s talk fun today. Most of the time as international...

My Camping Experience in The Otways

Thursday, 13 June 2019

By Nandish

Who doesn’t like a good camping trip? This was all we, the Study Geelong Ambassadors, talked about ever since the camping trip was announced. The fact that the trip itinerary was a mystery gave...

How to speak publicly with confidence or give a powerful presentation

Monday, 27 May 2019

By Divyansh

  How many times has it happened that you have tried speaking in public and there was no response from the audience?  Have you been a part of a presentation where you struggled to speak...

Let's go on a Tour

Thursday, 02 May 2019

By Joan

As an international student, we often plan to explore the country we are studying in and get the most out of it as both students and tourists. Geelong has a good number of attraction sites to visit...

Dream Journey to the Great Ocean Road

Tuesday, 23 April 2019

By Nandish

Wide awake at 4:30 am on a winter morning, excited for the trip that I have waited for since my acceptance to Deakin University.  Finally, we came to a date when we had no assignments or...

A compilation of my favourite annual events in Geelong

Thursday, 11 April 2019

By Sharavati

As quaint, quiet and stunning as Geelong is, it has some signature annual events up its sleeve that make this much loved city a popular destination. Of all of the events happening round the year, I...

My One Day Trip to Sorrento

Thursday, 04 April 2019

By Aayushree

Belonging from a landlocked country, the thought of living near sea or ocean has always astounded me -waking up to the sound of sea waves, going for a dip when it hits the 30s and getting vitamin D...

Release your Stress and Feel Rejuvenated @ Leisurelink, Geelong

Friday, 01 March 2019

By Chirag K

Are you still homesick, stressed, feeling lonely or getting ready for university to re-open again? Before you go back, get rejuvenated and energized/pumped to kick start the new academic year. The...

Geelong's Rich History of Inventions

Wednesday, 27 February 2019

By Darby

  Upon stumbling across a newspaper clipping from the Geelong Advertiser dated July 29th1997 titled “Great Geelong Inventions”,  it is clear that Geelong has a rich history of great...

Expectations Versus Realities of International Students in Australia

Thursday, 21 February 2019

By Joan

 It is becoming a norm for most students to seek education abroad after high school or an undergraduate. Most people travel miles and miles just to find suitable places and Australia has...

Make the Move to Geelong!

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

By Darby

If there was ever the right time to make the move to Geelong, the time is now! The city of Geelong is experiencing significant growth, more than anyone predicted and there are no signs of it...

To Market, to Market, around Geelong & The Bellarine

Tuesday, 05 February 2019

By Natalie Richards

  Markets are awesome. They highlight a region and showcase the local wares, so what better way than to explore than by market hopping? We've done the hard yards, so you can take your pick...

The Ultimate Gig Guide - Music in Geelong & The Bellarine

Wednesday, 23 January 2019

By Natalie Richards

You can’t beat the beat of a live music gig. The electric atmosphere can't be faked, bedroom speakers can't compete and science has literally proven it helps you live longer! Geelong and The...

Finding a Job

Sunday, 20 January 2019

by Chirag Thakkar

Before understanding how to earn dollars whilst studying on the lands of Oceania, first let’s get the do’s and don’ts in place. You must be paid minimum wage as per your age, duties and...
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