View Poll Results: Which state did you study in?

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  • NSW

    5 5.26%
  • VIC

    30 31.58%
  • QLD

    6 6.32%
  • TAS

    0 0%
  • ACT

    2 2.11%
  • SA

    1 1.05%
  • NT

    0 0%
  • WA

    14 14.74%
  • None - Am considering studying in Australia

    17 17.89%
  • I used to study in Australia - now I'm back home or in another country

    20 21.05%
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Thread: Are you studying in Aussie, planning to study there or have studied there?

  1. #21

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    Originally posted by eadwine
    i'll be going monash, gippsland in melbourne in feb to complete the rest of my degree....
    think i'll be stuck with 56k access =(
    Just had a friend came back from the mow mow land (aka Gippsland) from a short vacation that the whole place now become a mini Chinese National Institution....lots of Chinese National down there as compared to the good old days where there are a better spread of culture groups/Nationality.

    Good luck then.

    Disclaimer: No prejudice against any Nationality. One of the main factors of going overseas studies is supposed to get exposure to the local/multiple cultures, right?
    Last edited by scanner; 15th December 2002 at 01:34 PM.

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    sweet.. was there for two semesters. (way back in the mid 90s)

    then i moved up to Peninsula, Frankston and finally to Caufield.

    lemme know if you need help with anything. got some friends there still.



    Originally posted by eadwine
    i'll be going monash, gippsland in melbourne in feb to complete the rest of my degree....
    think i'll be stuck with 56k access =(

  3. #23

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    Originally posted by RuthBaby
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    Mei,
    u also going to Melb to study?

    Kor also going there to study next month. I'll be studying sports management at Deakin Uni, Burwood campus. Expected to be there by 16 Feb.

    Looks like Eadwine also going to Melbourne. Hmm... not too bad afterall! Got kaki to go and snap!

  4. #24

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    Originally posted by rochkoh
    sweet.. was there for two semesters. (way back in the mid 90s)

    then i moved up to Peninsula, Frankston and finally to Caufield.

    lemme know if you need help with anything. got some friends there still.
    I guess we'll need help in getting not-so-expensive broadband there! Also tell us where to take nice-nice pics in Vic!

    Still cannot imagine having to use a dial-up 56k connection!!!

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    Default been there done that bought a t-shirt and came back

    Hiee...


    For me, studied in QUT - (Electrical and Computer systems engg)and grad three years back. Thats where i still call home. Went back there for my honeymoon too. Australia is really a nice place to be in to live.

    Road trips + caraven parks are the way to go !!!!!!


    good on ya mate!!!

    regards,
    Sulhan

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    Originally posted by KoolBlue

    Mei,
    u also going to Melb to study?

    Kor also going there to study next month. I'll be studying sports management at Deakin Uni, Burwood campus. Expected to be there by 16 Feb.

    Looks like Eadwine also going to Melbourne. Hmm... not too bad afterall! Got kaki to go and snap!
    /me starts singing.. I will be there... *lolz*

    ive yet to receive the cfmation fr rmit... waiting....

  7. #27

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    Originally posted by Ian
    Let's see how many people are in Aussie and where you are, or if you have studied here or are intending to.

    i intented to go there and look for Dingo.

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    I'm in Mel. Can look for me if need assistance.

  9. #29

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    Originally posted by omega


    Will be studying at QUT next year, IT21 course
    Good luck! I did my IT course in QUT

    A piece of advice :
    Don't stay in Unilodge.

  10. #30

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    Originally posted by eadwine
    i'll be going monash, gippsland in melbourne in feb to complete the rest of my degree....
    think i'll be stuck with 56k access =(
    Try http://www.internode.on.net

    Its pretty good (ADSL). I was using it when I was in Australia.

    They have unlimited plans too.

  11. #31
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    Originally posted by LordVader


    Try http://www.internode.on.net

    Its pretty good (ADSL). I was using it when I was in Australia.

    They have unlimited plans too.
    OT: Noooooo!!!! Right now I'm paying $160 for my unlimited access!!! Argh!!!

  12. #32

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    Originally posted by qhelix

    OT: Noooooo!!!! Right now I'm paying $160 for my unlimited access!!! Argh!!!
    u should have checked out whirlpool before u get your broadband

  13. #33

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    Originally posted by LordVader
    Try http://www.internode.on.net

    Its pretty good (ADSL). I was using it when I was in Australia.

    They have unlimited plans too.
    Cool!

    Wat abt mobile phone plans? Which is the more value for money provider?

  14. #34
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    In Australia, there's no such thing as value for money when it comes to mobile phone charges. Personally, I'm using an Optus Plan (for sms and the free phone calls to other Optus users between 8pm-12am every night), but I also use a Vodaphone prepaid to make outgoing phonecalls because of the cheaper rates compared to the other providers.

  15. #35

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    Originally posted by qhelix
    In Australia, there's no such thing as value for money when it comes to mobile phone charges. Personally, I'm using an Optus Plan (for sms and the free phone calls to other Optus users between 8pm-12am every night), but I also use a Vodaphone prepaid to make outgoing phonecalls because of the cheaper rates compared to the other providers.
    oic... thanks for the advice.

    are incoming calls free in Au?

  16. #36
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    Originally posted by KoolBlue

    oic... thanks for the advice.

    are incoming calls free in Au?
    Yup, all incoming free. It's the outgoing calls that will kill you...for the prepaid Vodaphone I'm using for outgoing, it's 1 cent a second! At least there's no connection cost (flagfall) like the other telcos.

  17. #37

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    Yeah man.. and its not surprising to see people with mobile phones calling out from Public phones instead of their own mobile phones

  18. #38

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mocha
    I did my degree at Curtin, Perth, from 94 to 95. It was a Info Comm degree at the Sch of Business. Aynone studied in Perth?

    Ian, which part of Aussie are u in? Perth?

    I studied at Murdoch, Perth, 94-97.
    Any other ex-Perth students ard, I wonder?

  19. #39

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian
    Let's see how many people are in Aussie and where you are, or if you have studied here or are intending to.
    been there done that

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    Anyone from UNSW or used to be from there?
    Confidence is thinking you'll be Champions, arrogance is stating it.

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