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Title International Students' Handbook: Living and Studying in Australia  
ISBN 9789814276252
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Editions
 
Author(s)
Danny Ong
 
Specifications 234mm x 152mm (portrait)/276pp/PB
 
Publication Date Aug-2009
 
Target Audience Students who intend to pursue further education in Australia and their parents
Price (US) USD 24.50 BUY NOW
 
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About the Book

Studying abroad is an appealing prospect but involves a great deal of thought and preparation. The process can be fraught with uncertainties and a lack of knowledge in many areas. Important decisions need to be made before departure and on a daily basis throughout an international student’s studies.

This practical and comprehensive book will help you evaluate your options every step of the way. Danny Ong draws from personal experience as a past international student and as President of Monash University International Student Services. Useful for both prospective and current students, this book will help answer some of those common confusing questions. Don’t wait until you’ve completed your studies to discover you could have done it better — find out how to maximise your student experience in Australia now.

About the Author

Danny Ong first came to Australia in 2002 as an international student from Singapore. He completed his Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) with a thesis on Study-Work-Life Balance of International Students in Australia. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)/Bachelor of Business (Management) degree from Monash University.

Danny is a former President of the Monash University International Students Association. He has consulted with governments, universities and professional organisations, and presents at conferences

regarding the experience and welfare of international students.

   
 
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