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7 September 2018

Student Stories

Five reasons to study abroad

PMSA recipient Mabel Ye offers some common misconceptions about study abroad and how you can overcome them.

7 September 2018

Student Stories

Learning about coffee in Colombia

PMSLA recipient Sarah Tait went to Colombia to undertake an intensive business Spanish language course in Cartagena de Indias.

28 March 2018

Student Stories

Homestay experience creates international family

When you ask Rotorua local Carol Buckley how many children she has, 25 is her quick reply – three of them biological, and 22 international students she's hosted

27 March 2018

Student Stories

Owairoa Primary celebrates Chinese New Year

Auckland’s Owairoa Primary School brought in the Chinese Lunar New Year at a special morning tea with international students and parents.

9 March 2018

Student Stories

International student boarders in Wanganui

Wanganui Collegiate School welcomes nearly 65 international students each year.

2 March 2018

Student Stories

International students teach Kiwis about the world

James Hargest College shares the importance of hosting international students.

2 March 2018

Student Stories

Kiwis in Zhuhai

Nine Kiwi PMSA recipients undertook a 10-week Chinese language, culture, and internship experience in Zhuhai, China this past summer.

2 March 2018

Student Stories

Hosting international students runs in the family

For Richmond local Vicki Maxwell, hosting international students is a family affair. Her parents, grandparents and sisters have also hosted students.

23 February 2018

Student Stories

Cultural exchange in Colombia

Massey University shares how a four-week cultural exchange in Colombia resulted in life-changing experiences for 12 students.

23 February 2018

Student Stories

Palmerston North goes international

Five years ago, Freyberg High School set its sights on welcoming 100 students from 10 countries - and is well on its way to achieving that goal.

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