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December 2016

As undergraduate vet students, marching dutifully from wildlife lectures to clinical pathology tutorials to overnight shifts caring for racehorses, rabbits and rottweilers, we were told that our degree could take us anywhere. We would be open-minded, multi-skilled problem-solvers. Little did I know, however, that within four years of graduating with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science I would be taking a job on a research project aiming to improve children’s nutrition in rural African communities.



Through Global Voices and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences I attended the UN climate change conference in Morocco. Joining two other Australian students, I completed a research paper on the Paris Agreement and met with policy experts and members of parliament in Canberra before flying over to Morocco for the two-week summit.

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Xin chao! My name is Rachel Haines and I have just finished my first year of the Master of Physiotherapy at USYD. I am currently in Hanoi, Vietnam, with three other students after we received a scholarship from the Hoc Mai Foundation to practice our newly acquired physiotherapy skills abroad. I am here for four weeks over November and December and am practicing at the Bach Mai Hospital.

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