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Thursday, November 9th, 2017

Start your study-in-Australia countdown right

Moving to the other side of the planet can be stressful. You’re about to embark on one of the most exciting journeys of your life, and if you let stress get the better of you, it can lead to unnecessary anxiety and forgotten tasks.

Start your study-in-Australia countdown right

It’s not too early to start your pre-departure checklist

Now is the time to be confident and excited, and the best way to be that way is to know you’re prepared. Ease your mind by tackling the countdown as systematically as possible. Let’s go through a list of the things you should be considering before your departure!

Documents

Print out all your offer documents, proof of enrollment, etc. Consider printing copies of your resume, references from previous landlords, banking statements, copies of your driver’s licence, etc. as these will be required for your accommodation search, and possibly when you land in Australia. Make a list of all the documents you will need, make several copies (as required), and organise it all in a folder that you will put in your carry-on.

Cell phone

Unlock your phone while still in Canada and use someone else’s card in your phone to test it out.

Travel itinerary

Keep an eye on your flights as they could change and not notify you. Find out how early you need to be at the airport.

Money

Have you got your Australian bank account set up? If not, now is the time to get that organised. Most banks allow you to open an account from Canada, up to three months before you arrive. You’ll need access to money/cheques etc. when you’re searching for accommodation (if you’re going to be living in a private rental), and many real estate agents/landlords will not take cash.

Location, location, location

Where are you headed? We have three words: Google Street View! It’s a good idea to look at your campus and city maps. Check out the transit schedule and snoop around your university’s website; they have an “international” section with lots of helpful tips!

Pack

Organise your carry-on (documents folder!).

You may not need to start packing now, but at least consider the main items. Consider what type of clothing you’ll need. Summer only? Winter? Believe it or not, Melbourne can get quite chilly during their winter months, June, July and August. It’s a good idea to take your fall items at minimum. Even Sydney, Gold Coast, and Brisbane has cold nights in winter. Start your packing list and get tips from YouTube regarding the best way to pack—you’ll get a lot of ideas! It’s also a good idea to include a backpack/duffel for when you travel in Australia.

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Hopefully this list will help you feel more settled and relaxed during this pre-departure phase! If you have concerns, please reach out to your OzTREKK Admissions Officer! Do you have any pre-departure tips? Send them our way: info@oztrekk.com.

Thursday, November 24th, 2016

Bond University is getting ready to welcome you!

Heading to Bond Law School this January?

Bond University is getting ready to welcome you!

Heading to Bond Law School? Don’t miss Bond Orientation Jan. 11 – 13, 2017

Australia is the perfect country to combine travel and study for students of all ages. World-class cities, warm climate, multi-cultural society, friendly faces—all great reasons so many Canadians choose to study in Australia!

But perhaps most important, the education system in Australia is truly world standard. Australian universities are recognised internationally and their university qualifications are accepted by employers and other institutions all over the world. So it’s no surprise that education is one of Australia’s biggest export industries with international students making up more than 20% of Australian university enrolments.

Getting Started at Bond University

Enrolment at Bond University is a 3-step process, and they’ve developed some how-to guides to help you complete this process for the first time. Begin by planning your subjects, then enrol via eStudent and finally register in classes!

As a new student, you can enrol once you have accepted your offer and organised payment of your tuition fees. Your password can now be activated for on-campus computer access. This access gives you the right to use your Bond University email as well as on-campus computer facilities including

  • the wireless network;
  • iLearn; and
  • Library resources!

Create your student computer account to get started on campus.

Bond Orientation

Orientation is the perfect time to make new friends, find your way around campus and complete your enrolment at Bond University.

Orientation features an exciting program of social activities where you can relax and meet people, and there are lots of information booths to help you get ready for university life.

For the semester 1, 207 intake, Bond Orientation is scheduled for Wednesday, January 11 and concluding on Friday, January 13, 2017. The orientation program kicks off with an Orientation Expo on the Wednesday and includes a series of general student information sessions, faculty-specific introductions, and social activities to ensure all students are welcomed and settled in to the university in preparation for the start of semester on Monday, January 16, 2017.

Last-minute help

Don’t forget: you can access a wealth of pre-departure tips on the OzTREKK Boarding Pass. We created this site to provide detailed pre-departure information to help you obtain your student visa, research your accommodation options, book airport arrival reception, and much more!

We hope you find the info useful, and don’t hesitate to contact us if you don’t find an answer to a question you may have—we’re here to help!

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Can’t remember your log-in info? Contact your Admissions Officer and he or she will be happy to email it to you! Contact OzTREKK for more information about how you can study in Australia: Email info@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1-866-698-7355.

Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

Tips to help with your accommodation search

Former OzTREKK students are da bomb. They are always willing to help out future students interested in studying in Australia. Of course, finding accommodation is always at the forefront of everyone’s mind, keenly perched there and peering acutely like an excitable budgie.

You will be travelling around to the other side of the planet, after all, so we know that finding accommodation is a big deal. We’ve complied a quick checklist to help you out!

Tips to help with your accommodation search

Doing your accomm research can get you some sweet digs!

Staying on campus?

Visit your uni’s accommodation website and read… and read so more. Get a feel for what the residence or college is about. Most have international houses for out-of-towners like you! Some also have “Party Central.” Wuh wuh. Don’t choose that one. You’re there to be brilliant, not to be bombed.

Connect

Connect with your future classmates and current students in the program as early as possible in advance to find potential roommates and discuss your options together, as this will give you more confidence with your living arrangements. Join student groups, and be sure to ask your admissions officer for more tips about how to meet fellow OzTREKKers!

Pick a location (or three)

Google maps, baby. Make sure you know which campus you will be attending before you start your search. Check out former OzTREKK students’ reviews about where they live on the “Accommodation” tab on the OzTREKK Boarding Pass. Here you’ll find dozens of reports from actual students studying in Australia. You’ll also find out which suburbs are closest to your uni and you’ll get a general idea of how much moola you’ll need.

Start searching

Look on domain.com.au or realestate.com.au for ideas; however, these websites take their information from the actual real estate websites. Sometimes they don’t get updated as quickly as you would hope and a house might be gone. It is good to go to the real estate websites and see what they have.

Arrive a bit early

We always recommend this one! Former OzTREKK students—especially those in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane—advise students to arrive in Australia a minimum of two weeks early. Living off campus can offer more flexibility and value for your money! You can easily book temporary accommodation while in Canada, as many universities offer temporary accommodation on their campuses. This way you can spend a couple of weeks getting acquainted with your university, your city and its transit system before you decide on living quarters.

See it in person

Good. You’ve arrived early. Now go for a walkabout! Wander around the closest suburbs and go in personally to see if you can talk to someone about available rental properties. When viewing a property, take notes (and photos!) of any damage/weirdness you see before you sign a lease.

Be organized!

Landlords will ask for references. Ask your previous landlords for reference letters. Photocopy them. Even more important to them is your actual rental lease agreement. Make sure to get paper copies as well as scanned versions. A lot of the real estate agencies let you apply online, which is quite easy.

Money. Have some.

Before you leave for Australia, order some Aussie money from your bank. You’ll need it for taxi fares, food, and a bond, and “just in case.” All landlords will ask if you have a job or how you are going to finance your apartment. If you are going to work, that’s great and you can say where you are working. If you are in the “all study, no work” boat, get a letter showing how you have access to your funds. If you have a loan from your bank, ask your bank representative to say that you have a line of credit for your studies that can cover your tuition and your living situation.

Get ready to hit the ground running!

Be prepared to see a lot of places and keep your mind open to what area you want to live in. There are a lot of cool areas neighbouring the universities and you just need to find the right fit. Most open houses happen on Saturday and most people will have their applications ready to hand in after seeing the place! Come prepared with all your documents in hand or ready to send in on the internet when you get home.

Don’t get discouraged

Great news: not one OzTREKK student has wandered around homeless. You may have to apply to as many houses as possible. Most other people took about two to three weeks to get confirmation. It just depends on the area, how many people you are looking to live with, etc.

And obviously…

If you’re completely freaking, ask us for help. Ask your university for help. That’s why we are here!

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If you’re an OzTREKK student getting ready to head to Australia, keep in mind that you have the OzTREKK Boarding Pass at your fingertips. This handy site also provides detailed pre-departure information to help you obtain your student visa, research your accommodation options, book airport arrival reception, and much more!

We hope you find the info useful, and don’t hesitate to contact us if you don’t find an answer to a question you may have!

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Can’t remember your log-in info? Contact your Admissions Officer and he or she will be happy to email it to you!

Friday, October 25th, 2013

Looking for accommodation in St Lucia?

It’s getting down to crunch time, OzTREKKers! And that means getting all your ducks in a row before you head off to study in Australia. One of those ducks is called “Accommodation.”

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Brisbane is beautiful!

Are you a future UQ Medical School student? For our OzTREKK students going to study at the University of Queensland, St Lucia campus, we’ve got great news! We’ve just posted an advertisement on our OzTREKK Boarding Pass site. If you’re looking for a place to stay in, make sure you check out the “Varia” tab!

Acquiring a place to live in Australia is often the most stress-inducing process for our OzTREKK students, but we’re here to help. Finding a great place to live at or near your Australian university campus can really enhance your experience as an international student. We always recommend that you do your research and plan well, and this will assist you in finding a great place. The Accommodation section on the OzTREKK Boarding Pass will help!

We ask our students to complete surveys about their experiences as international students in Australia in order to provide the best service to our students. Check out what other students say about your Australian university’s accommodation options, and you can learn from their tips!

In addition, we also provide a section for classifieds. Want to sell some items? List it here! Need to find temporary accommodation in a pinch? Check the OzTREKK Boarding Pass! Many OzTREKK students are looking to sublet their apartments during semester breaks. Even if you’re looking to find temporary accommodation, check the classifieds!

You’ll get inside accommodation information about the following Australian universities:

We hope you find the info useful, and don’t hesitate to contact your OzTREKK Admissions Officer if you don’t find an answer to a question you may have!

Log in to the OzTREKK Boarding Pass now!

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Can’t remember your log-in info? Contact your Admissions Officer and he or she will be happy to email it to you! Contact OzTREKK for more information about how you can study in Australia and about Australian universities! Email info@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1 866-698-7355.

Thursday, September 19th, 2013

University of Sydney students give accommodation tips

Are you heading to the University of Sydney? As most of you know, Sydney is a very large city, but sometimes finding accommodation can be tricky. OzTREKK recommends that you arrive in Australia a minimum of two weeks prior to your program start date, if you plan on finding off-campus accommodation when you arrive in your city; however, for cities like Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, finding off-campus accommodation can take a little longer, so it’s recommended that you arrive earlier in order to find a great place to live. Don’t forget: you’re in a large city with large universities, so there will be some competition for housing, especially during January, since the Sydney medical program begins so early in February. Also, a lot of your planning begins here in Canada! If you begin your accommodation search here by organizing your reference letters, mapping, etc., you are ahead of the game!

OzTREKK always enjoys hearing from former OzTREKK students, and we try to pass on tips and tricks that our students share with us. Part of why we love what we do is because we enjoy helping others—and planning a move around the globe is a big deal!

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Don’t forget about on-campus accommodation

Plan well, do your research, and arrive early, and follow the advice of an OzTREKK University of Sydney Medical School students, Chelsea Billinkoff, Adrienne Campbell, and Glendon Inkster, who are currently rooming together in the Sydney suburb, the Glebe. Busy Sydney medical students Chelsea, Adrienne and Glendon need easy access to Sydney’s public transportation system, as they are at the main campus most days, but once a week, they head to the clinical hospital on the other side of the city. Knowing the city layout and its bus schedules prior to hunting for an apartment can be handy! Find out more tips from the Sydney Medical School trio:

Tips to Help with Your Accommodation Search

Start searching

Look on domain.com.au or realestate.com.au for ideas; however, these websites take their information from the actual real estate websites. Sometimes they don’t get updated as quickly as you would hope and a house might be gone. It is good to go to the real estate websites and see what they have.

See it in person

Even better, if you have figured out an area, wander around there and go in personally to see if you can talk to someone about available rental properties. My roommate and I ended up getting our house as we met with an agent; he just had confirmation that they would be the agency for this house and told us about it before it went up for grabs. I think it also helped as he got to meet us in person and see that we were sane, reliable medical students.

Be organized!

They will ask for references. Ask your previous landlords or even the company for reference letters. Even more important to them is your actual rental lease agreement. I would suggest getting paper copies as well as scanned versions. A lot of the real estate agencies let you apply online, which is quite easy.

Money. Have some.

All of them will ask if you have a job or how you are going to finance your apartment. If you are going to work, that is great and you can say where you are working. If you are in the “all study, no work” boat, get a letter showing how you have access to your funds. If you have a loan from your bank, ask your bank representative to say that you have a line of credit for your studies that can cover your tuition and your living situation.

Get ready to hit the ground running!

We joked that we were on “The Amazing Race: House-hunting Edition.” Be prepared to see a lot of places and keep your mind open to what area you want to live in. There are a lot of cool areas neighbouring the university and you just need to find the right fit. Most open houses happen on Saturday and most people will have their applications ready to hand in after seeing the place! Come prepared with all your documents in hand or ready to send in on the internet when you get home.

We ended up walking from house to house (which ended up with us having a few blisters), but was also a great way for us to get to know the city in our first couple of days.

From our first day searching to the day we got confirmation that we had a house, it took one week. This seemed to be quite quick compared to other people. Don’t get discouraged; you literally just need to apply to as many houses as possible and then you will get one. Most other people took about two to three weeks to get confirmation. It just depends on the area, how many people you are looking to live with, etc.

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If you’re an OzTREKK student getting ready to head to Australia, keep in mind that you have the OzTREKK Boarding Pass at your fingertips. This handy site also provides detailed pre-departure information to help you obtain your student visa, research your accommodation options, book airport arrival reception, reserve a spot at an OzTREKK pre-departure seminar in Canada, and more!

We hope you find the info useful, and don’t hesitate to contact us if you don’t find an answer to a question you may have!

Log in to the OzTREKK Boarding Pass now!

Can’t remember your log-in info? Contact your Admissions Officer and he or she will be happy to email it to you! Contact OzTREKK for more information about how you can study in Australia and about Australian universities! Email info@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1 866-698-7355.

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

Looking for accommodation at your Australian university?

Are you getting ready to go to an Australian university? Have you checked the OzTREKK Boarding Pass Student Info Centre website lately?

Did you know that the OzTREKK Boarding Pass site allows you to check your application status? This handy site also provides detailed pre-departure information to help you obtain your student visa, research your accommodation options, book airport arrival reception, reserve a spot at an OzTREKK pre-departure seminar in Canada, and more!

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Visit the OzTREKK Boarding Pass student site!

Are you looking for accommodation? Acquiring a place to live is often the most stress-inducing process, but it doesn’t have to be. All of our OzTREKK students find a place to live—we haven’t lost one yet!

Finding a great place to live at or near your Australian university campus can really enhance your experience as an international student. Many students from Canada feel that finding accommodation in Australia will be a challenge. We always recommend that you do your research and plan well, and this will assist you in finding a great place. The Accommodation section on the OzTREKK Boarding Pass will help!

We ask our students to complete surveys about their experiences as international students in Australia in order to provide the best service to our students. What better way to get the 4-1-1 than from a student who’s already been through the process? Check out what other students say about your Australian university’s accommodation options, and you can learn from their tips!

In addition, we also provide a section for classifieds. Want to sell some items? List it here! Need to find temporary accommodation in a pinch? Check the OzTREKK Boarding Pass! Many OzTREKK students are looking to sublet their apartments during semester breaks. Even if you’re looking to find temporary accommodation, check the classifieds!

You’ll get inside accommodation information about the following Australian universities:

We hope you find the info useful, and don’t hesitate to contact us if you don’t find an answer to a question you may have!

Log in to the OzTREKK Boarding Pass now!

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Can’t remember your log-in info? Contact your Admissions Officer and he or she will be happy to email it to you! Contact OzTREKK for more information about how you can study in Australia and about Australian universities! Email info@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1 866-698-7355.

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

Putter around with OzTREKK

Each August, the Perth & District Chamber of Commerce hosts the Dorothy Griffith Memorial Golf Tournament. The tournament is a huge attraction for the business community. As part of our OzTREKK philosophy, which includes offering support to our community, OzTREKK jumped at the chance to spend the day golfing for a good cause!

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The OzTREKK gang

The day included 18 holes of golf with fun games streamed throughout the links, and upon completion, the participants then headed back to the clubhouse for a great dinner packed with auction items and door prizes!

This year marked the 7th Annual Dorothy Griffith Memorial Tournament, which was renamed to honour the esteemed chamber member who was one if its most active members and volunteers during her lifetime. The tournament helps remind the chamber members and the Perth community about the importance of supporting the community and the essence of volunteerism.

The day began with a minor concern that the unseasonably cool breeze may be a factor in the success of our golf game, but bursts of warm sunshine and friendly encouragement soon put our minds at ease.

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Hungry? Beth and Molly are overwhelmed by their  plates!

For some of us, this was the first time playing, and for others, it was just another day on the green. Before sputtering off in our carts, we enjoyed a generous lunchtime barbecue hosted by the Perth & District Chamber of Commerce. While Nicole held down the fort in the office and Rachel was away in the land of Oz, the rest of us were put in teams of four, and headed out into the green yonder in our golf carts to enjoy an energizing day of golf!

Highlights of the day included Matt’s amazing long drive—where did the ball go? Can anyone even see the ball? and Shannon’s over-the-water shot to keep our orange ball in play! Way to go, Shannon!

After racing back to the clubhouse—with Kristyn and Adam narrowly beating Julie and Matt—the entire gathering of golf tournament participants sat down to enjoy a delicious meal. Winner winner, chicken dinner? Oh, yeah! The supper included insanely massive portions! Check out the huge chicken plates Beth and Molly tried to eat!

Nicole managed to escape the office at the end of the day to join the rest of the OzTREKK team for dinner. During the meal, we were treated to door prizes, raffles, auctions, and awards. Notably, one of the OzTREKK teams won the prize for “Most Honest”—AKA really, really bad score! But hey, we’re honest, and the day was unforgettable.

 

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Broghan fires one off

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Matt impresses with his golfing skills

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Molly hits a great shot

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Julie was better at putting

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Caution! Shannon behind the wheel

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Molly helps Broghan out

About OzTREKK

OzTREKK is a Canadian Application and Information Centre in Canada that provides information about academic programs and their admissions requirements, and processes applications for admission to eight Australian universities.

We offer a wide range of services, and it’s all free for you—we’re paid by the Australian universities, because they recognize that we’re experts in matching what they offer with what Canadian students need. In fact, OzTREKK is the only representative in Canada operated by Australians and Canadians and specializing solely in Australian universities. We are the experts regarding

…and many more!

If you apply to an Australian university through OzTREKK, you’ll benefit from insider knowledge, save time researching, and get all your questions answered. It’s that simple.

The OzTREKK mission is to prepare students for a first-class international educational experience in Australia. We are your Canadian connection to Study in Australia! All of our goals support the OzTREKK philosophy: life is a journey. Enjoy yours!

For more information about Australian universities and about how you can study in Australia, contact OzTREKK at info@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1 866-698-7355.

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

Australian speech pathology graduate discusses working in Australia

OzTREKK student Lisa Matys studied speech pathology at the University of Queensland. More than a year after completing her studies, Lisa is still in Australia and works as a speech pathologist on the east coast of Queensland, in Hervey Bay. We chatted with Lisa recently to find out if the Master of Speech Pathology Studies program prepared her for work, and how she obtained her position as a speech pathologist after graduation.

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OzTREKK student Lisa Matys on a whale-watching cruise

What made you decide to study speech pathology in Australia and at UQ?

I had completed an undergraduate degree in bio-pharmaceutical sciences, and during my last year, decided I didn’t want to continue in the science field. My mom suggested I look at speech pathology as a career option. In order to become a speech pathologist in Canada, I would have had to complete another undergrad degree before even being able to apply. I had always considered going to teachers college in Australia and when I was Googling I found OzTREKK and just decided to apply to speech pathologyUQ had a good international reputation and Brisbane looked like a nice city to live in, so I decided, “why not?”

How did you land a job working as a speech pathologist in Hervey Bay?

During my second year an opportunity came up to volunteer at Camp Have a Chat, which is a camp run by the Cerebral Palsy League (CPL) for children using alternative and augmentative communication methods. I volunteered and had a fantastic time. It really helped me decide that the disability sector was the one I wanted to work in! As well, I was able to meet the senior speech pathologist and other SPs working in CPL. When it came time to apply for jobs, I emailed the camp coordinator to let her know I really was interested in working with CPL and asked if there were any tips on finding a job with them. She in turn passed on my email to the senior speech pathologist—which I think is how I ended up getting an interview. It’s not only “a case of what you know but also who you know!” I wasn’t successful in getting the first position, but a couple of weeks later they gave me a call to let me know that a new position was opening up in Hervey Bay and asked if I was interested. I said yes, and I’m still here one and a half years later!

I think to get a job, especially as an international student, you need to make the most of any connections you have and volunteer in the areas you are interested in. It also helps to be willing to move more regionally and be prepared to wait a bit longer to get a job after graduating.

On which visa are you currently, while you are working in Oz?

I’m currently on a 485 visa (Graduate visa). This visa lets you continue to live and work in Oz for 18 months after it has been granted. It was the most cost-effective option at the time when I graduate (end 2011) but it has now gone up in price. Currently, my work is looking into sponsoring me to become a permanent resident as my 18 months will be finished early in 2014.

Do you think your studies at UQ prepared you well for your current job?

Overall, I think UQ did prepare me for being a speech pathologist. The disability sector is the one in which you get the least amount of training, but the skills I learned at UQ for researching and various treatment techniques did set me up for quick, on-the-job learning. My year was really supportive so it was nice to know that whenever you had a question you could just ask and someone would help you—very different from other courses I had done where everyone was really competitive and didn’t want to help. I think that most graduates in my year felt they were prepared, but you learn so much out in your first year when you are the speech pathologist and people are looking to you for advice!

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Lisa and friends touring Fraser Island

Any advice or tips to students from Canada thinking about going to Oz to study speech path?

I had a great time at UQ and in Australia. I think if you’re up for an adventure you should definitely apply! UQ also made sure that I was going to meet all my Canadian requirements for when I decide to go back and work in Canada—even to the point of offering me extra clinics to make sure that I had enough hours in all areas. I think a career as a speech pathologist is incredibly rewarding and working with kids and adults with cerebral palsy ensures that no two days are ever the same. The nice thing about using OzTREKK was the list they sent around of everyone starting a therapy program; it made it easy to meet other people who were heading over to Australia with you and gave you someone to meet up with and explore with before classes started.

 

 

For more information about how to become a speech pathologist, including speech pathology program entry requirements, application deadlines, tuition fees, and scholarships, please visit OzTREKK’s Australian Speech Pathology Schools page.

If you have any questions, please contact OzTREKK’s Australian Speech Pathology Schools Admissions Officer Shannon Tilston by emailing shannon@oztrekk.com, or phone Shannon toll free in Canada at 1 866-698-7355.

Contact OzTREKK for more information about how you can study in Australia and about speech pathology programs at Australian universities.

 

Thursday, June 20th, 2013

Moving to Australia?

Hey there, OzTREKKers! Australian university offer letters are starting to be released… this is just a friendly reminder to all of our OzTREKK students who are already in Australia and to those who will be heading there in the future: Don’t forget to check out OzTREKK’s Oz Boarding Pass site!

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Check out the OzTREKK Boarding Pass site!

OzTREKK created the Oz Boarding Pass site to give you the inside scoop on becoming an international student in Australia—how to get yourself organized, save time and money, and get to Oz with a smile on your face and a “no worries, mate” attitude!

Need information about accepting an offer? Money? Student visa? Flights? Accommodation? It’s all there. If you’ve applied through OzTREKK, you were given a user name and password in order to access the plethora of information available to you. If you’ve lost  your user name and/or password, just send your admissions officer a quick email and he or she will send it to you pronto!

Don’t forget to check out the “Varia” section—this is where we post your classifieds! If you’re already in Australia and planning to move, this is the place to advertise what you’ve got for rent or for sale.

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If you’d like more information about OzTREKK’s Oz Boarding Pass website, please contact your OzTREKK Admissions Officer! We are here to help you have the best Australian study experience possible!

If you have any questions regarding posting on the Oz Boarding Pass, please email OzTREKK’s Communications Officer Julie Reynolds at julie@oztrekk.com or call toll free in Canada at 1 866-698-7355.