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Old 06-11-2013, 01:20 AM
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Why Australia? Well, of course the high quality and standard of education they provide to their students. Given this, you will have the qualification you need for the job you desire and might as well secure your future. ^_^


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One thing which certainly stands out is the fact that Australia has many different attractions for many different people.

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Old 06-14-2013, 08:04 AM
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I've always prefer australia versus america, I actually had to choose between these two beautiful countries but I find myself favoring australia more..maybe it's because of bondi beach,


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Old 06-20-2013, 08:04 AM
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hi................
The que. is ..... Why did you choose Australia?
i select that becouse..........
There are many different reason why expats have moved to, and are looking to move to, Australia. It would be interesting to see the range of different reasons?

Was it financial, health related, a fresh start, a new relationship, etc?
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hi my name is mark..................... i select australia............


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I would choose to further my education from Australia because the Australian Government gives scholarship consideration to the African countries,It so happens that my country is one of those and so yes-why not ! oh and besides, am not yet married so you never know


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Why Australia? Well, of course the high quality and standard of education they provide to their students. Given this, you will have the qualification you need for the job you desire and might as well secure your future. ^_^
Which level of studies are you referring to?

I would agree to university/college studies but not for primary/secondary. Maybe going to year 11 or when they study for HSC.

High quality/standard is terribly missing for primary students.


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I've always prefer australia versus america, I actually had to choose between these two beautiful countries but I find myself favoring australia more..maybe it's because of bondi beach,
Hahaha! And how many times have you been to bondi?


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New here, and I would just like to say that I'd jump on the first plane if I could and head down under.
I'm 25 years old, living in Norway and I'm somewhat stuck here with a loan, my own flat and a job which I love. But overall I'd love a fresh start on my life somehow, and Australia has for many years tempted me more than anything else in this world.

I was close to travel down in my late teens, fresh from school and work as a volunteer for a year. I curse my self often for not doing just that.


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New here, and I would just like to say that I'd jump on the first plane if I could and head down under.
I'm 25 years old, living in Norway and I'm somewhat stuck here with a loan, my own flat and a job which I love. But overall I'd love a fresh start on my life somehow, and Australia has for many years tempted me more than anything else in this world.

I was close to travel down in my late teens, fresh from school and work as a volunteer for a year. I curse my self often for not doing just that.
Hi Hans, you really deserve a second chance to make your dream come true.Pursue your dream-Action is very important and besides, you have joined the right site.Good Luck!

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