Every year more than 2000 RMIT students travel overseas for a global experience.
“To leave after two months and have an authentic culture experience is
beyond tangible value.”
"I think you need to go out of your comfort zone when you want to try something new, and a lot of the time, that means location."
"Just do it. Opportunities like this aren't just going to come around all the time. You might regret not doing it but you’ll never regret doing it."
"I had the chance to interact and work with a team of outstanding design, application and test engineers with vast knowledge and experience in their respective fields."
“The quality of Chinese teaching is very good, if you want to learn; you will learn. ''
"I decided to do an exchange as I had never left Australia, I really wanted to see the difference in cultures in Europe."
''We joined forces with the VIPS students in New Delhi to create the foundations of imagery and footage to make a documentary.''
"Being completely independent and being by myself, relying on myself. Meeting other people from a lot of other cultures and languages."
"Studying abroad will change you. You will never feel completely at home again because a part of you will always be somewhere else."
"I was studying Spanish, and I wanted that experience living in Spain, among Spanish speakers."
"It's a unique opportunity to be able to study overseas. It is an amazing way to create new connections and helps you to develop as a person."
"It was of course the best experience I’ve ever had in my life, it was completely different and I just loved it, every second of it."
''We did some industry visits to Singapore’s Game Solution Centre, a studio space and resource hub for aspiring local game developers.''
"The research and development environment at iSyst Intelligente catered brilliantly for my research and my supervisor was marvellous, providing leadership and support."
"I wanted to be exposed to a different way of learning, a different work environment and also to experience a different culture."
“I came here because I wanted to learn a European language as well as to become more independent and confident”.
"Vietnam has an incredible atmosphere especially Saigon. There is always something to see, something to do."