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April 2014


It’s eye-opening what travelling over the summer break can do for a uni student, especially if the purpose of travel is volunteer and social work. That’s what I found during my trip to Europe at the beginning of 2014, as part of AIESEC’s Go Volunteer exchange. AIESEC is a global youth network that develops leaders through international exchange. With the aid of a Business School scholarship, I was able to undertake my AIESEC exchange in Hungary over a period of six weeks. My ultimate aim was to develop cultural awareness and understanding in my work in two very distinct institutions.



Over the long summer break, yet another new building has popped into existence on the grounds of the University of Sydney. I’m talking about the Charles Perkins Centre, the new education and research facility tucked away behind St John’s College and towards the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.


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