Australia

 

Life and experiences in Australia
 

Travel to Australia to backpack, study, do an internship, work, help, live or emigrate

Australia is a top destination for backpackers to emigrants. With the Great Barrier Reef, a reef of 2000 km long, tropical rainforest and vast deserts. With Aborigines and a melting pot of immigrants from all over the world. The beautiful Blue Mountains, and crocodiles, kangaroos, koala bears and plenty of opportunities to work temporarily. The country is rough, and Australians are relaxed, sporty, adventurous and extremely friendly people who are proud of their 'country'

 

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8.10 Hoe vind ik werk in Australië?

Hoe vind ik werk in Australië? Hoe is het gezondheidszorgsysteem opgebouwd? Australië heeft een indrukwekkend public health systeem dat van een hoge kwaliteit is. De wachttijden zijn kort en veel ziekenhuizen in de grote steden zijn wereldberoemd. Uiteraard is Australië ook het contin...

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Researchers from Melbournes RMIT’s Behavioural Business Lab informed the design of Sans Forgetica using principles of cognitive psychology. They collaborated with the School of Design to produce a typeface specifically designed to enhance memory retention. JoHo WolrdSupporter is now using this...

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TransferWise biedt een Mastercard betaalkaart om (bijna) grenzeloos te betalen. Backpackers kunnen betalen en ontvangen in verschillende landen en valuta’s vanaf een account. De grenzeloze bankrekening en betaalkaart zorgt ervoor dat reizigers geld kunnen uitgeven, versturen of bewaren alsof z...

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WWOOFing is a great way to experience a country on a completely different way than when you 'just' travel. You generally perform work you haven't done before and live on a farm that you didn't know before. Besides all the reasons why you should pack your bag and start WWOOFing, please consider some ...

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Researchers from Melbournes RMIT’s Behavioural Business Lab informed the design of Sans Forgetica using principles of cognitive psychology. They collaborated with the School of Design to produce a typeface specifically designed to enhance memory retention. JoHo WolrdSupporter is now using this...

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Do you feel like you could use some tools to 'fill up your cup’? This challenge may be just what you need! It focuses on the participants' wellbeing, where they can participate in individually or in a Wellness team. The challenge's program contains 21 activities, which are designed t...

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Thursday 6th of June, Tory Shepherd, the State Editor of The Advertiser, will discuss her newest book together with Dr Niki Vincent, South Australian Commissioner for Equal Opportunity. Her book 'On Freedom' sheds a light on the way women's own lives as well as society are shaped by t...

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Are you eager to watch Agnès Varda's movies, which are filled with her interest in people, place and cinematic experiments in fiction and documentary? Then you should join this event! Agnès has really shaped the artistic landscape. Also, if you are an RMIT staff member o...

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For the second time "Perth's original and best design market", where you get to see the work of many talented artists, designers, professionals and foodies. This market has got everything for anyone, from a section for kids featuring kids' clothing, toys, games and decor until a gourmet section...

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