We are very excited to welcome and congratulate the Townsville International Student Bloggers for Semester One, 2015!
Pictured: Hilda (Papua New Guinea), Alejandra (Venezuela), Cedric (United States of America)
Absent: Casey (Scotland)
We met these wonderful students over an Aussie lunch (jaffles) and they are very eager to share their experiences and advice as international students living in North Queensland. Keep an eye on the James Cook University International Facebook page to see their fortnightly blogs on how international students can make the most of their JCU experience.
Meet the bloggers:
Cedric is from the United States of America and is studying at JCU as part of the Study Abroad program. He is a Geology student and is studying various science subjects to broaden his knowledge of natural wonders such as the Great Barrier Reef.
Alejandra is a Postgraduate student from Venezuela. She is studying Coral Reefs and there is no place better for that than North Queensland. She is very excited to share her experiences and ideas with others.
Casey Perry (not to be confused with Katy Perry) is from Scotland and is studying at JCU as part of the Study Abroad program. Casey enjoys traveling and wants to make the most of her time studying at JCU and living in North Queensland.
Hilda is from Papua New Guinea and is studying a Master of Public Health/ Master of Business Administration. She is very adventurous and would love to share her experiences with others. She is enjoying JCU’s friendly atmosphere and hopes to explore as much of Australia during her studies.
Remember to keep up to date by liking the James Cook University International Facebook page and checking out the rest of JCU Connect to see their blogs! We are very excited to share their blogs over the course of the semester and we hope you are to!