Follow University of Tasmania Journalism, Media and Communications graduates Karl Mathieson and Remi Chauvin's dispatches from the Pacific: http://www.theguardian.com/profile/karl-mathiesen.
This video is all about what it is like to live on campus at the University of Tasmania (UTAS). Although it's not compulsory to live on campus when you study at UTAS it can be a great way to make friends from other study areas.Read More
Damian is a graduate from Journalism, Media and Communications at the University of Tasmania. In this video he discusses his role at the ABC, and how his degree has enabled him to establish a great career.Read More
"My name is Ida-Sophie and I chose the University of Tasmania for different reasons. First of all I wanted a challenge, and Tasmania is really far away from Denmark. I wanted to take specialist subjects in sports journalism, environmental history, and environmental journalism. The University of Tasmania allows me to do that."
You can read more about Ida-Sophie's UTAS student experience here: The Explorer Blog.Read More
The UTAS Explorer blog has named its top ten cheap eats in Hobart for 2015 and it includes a great range of diverse food and venues that are all easily accessible from the Sandy Bay campus (on foot, by bus or car).Read More
The Visa and/or permits you will need while you are in the Netherlands (and how much they will cost) will depend on your own nationality. In most cases you will make your application through HU rather than directly.
Read more and follow the procedures on the HU website here: Visa Procedures. However, if you would like to do some more research in the meantime you can also have a look at the information here: Study in Holland website.Read More
HU does not own any student housing but has an agreement with the housing provider SSH Short Stay. Places there are limited but there are a number that are reserved for students coming to HU on exchange.Read More
Once you have a CPR number you will be able to apply to be covered by the Danish Health Insurance Scheme. But, because that can take a while it's best to take out your own health insurance cover for at least the first 7 weeks.Read More
To reside in Denmark for more than 3 months you will need to apply for a residence permit (before you arrive in Denmark). The application form and more information about what to do will be sent to you along with your official letter of admission.Read More