My time Down Under!

Can’t believe it’s been nearly 2 months since I left the sunny shores of Melbourne. It feels like yesterday I was sitting in a lab in Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia. I left the UK in February with my cases

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From farmed fish to reefs

Despite the amount of reports is expected from a Marine Biology university degree (we all know that…), one of the best things about studying Marine Biology is about attending field trips, this year in James Cook University, students taking the

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Tips for the first weeks of studying abroad

Hi everyone! I am a third-year MSci Marine Biology and study abroad student, currently having my year exchange in James Cook University, Australia. James Cook University (JCU) is known for their leading research in coral studies (mainly due to its

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Life in Adelaide

Since I returned from Australia everyone keeps asking ‘So what’s university like in Australia? Is it really different?’ and to tell the truth, no. It is, on the whole, very similar to studying in the UK. However, the more I

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My Semester in Numbers

So it’s no surprise to my friends I like numbers and stats and maths etc., so I want to summarise my time in Australia with numbers from July 5th when I left London Heathrow, to December 11th when I land

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The past few weeks

I haven’t written a blog in a few weeks so I thought I’d use this as a revision break: I’ve spent more and more time working; on my lit review and starting revision for exams as my first one is

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