Category Archives: Oceania

British Territory in the Indian Ocean

General information: According to smber, the territory was formed in 1965, part of the islands was transferred to the Seychelles-1 when they received independence in 1976. As a result, the territory includes only six main groups of islands from the Chagos archipelago. The largest and southernmost of the islands, Diego Garcia, is home to a… Read More »

Pitcairn Islands General Information

General information: According to simplyyellowpages, Pitcairn Island was discovered in 1767 by the British and settled in 1790 by the rebels from the ship “Bounty” and their Tahitian companions. Pitcairn was the first Pacific island to become a British colony (in 1838), and today remains the last vestige of that empire in the South Pacific.… Read More »

Nauru Economy and History

ECONOMY The standard of living in the country is high (with a per capita GDP of US $ 2,217 and a GDP of US $ 23 million in 2007), thanks to the proceeds from the exploitation of phosphate deposits, whose resources, however, are now practically exhausted.. The phosphate mining activities have produced considerable environmental damage,… Read More »

Study in Deakin University

Accommodation and meals I decided to live on-campus because I could register for it beforehand. It was just too much for me to have to look for an apartment there. The dorm room was very comfortable. Everything was available, washing facilities, cooking facilities, refrigerator, air conditioning. . . Everything you need and even a little… Read More »

Victoria University of Wellington Review

I studied at Victoria University of Wellington from late February to late June 2012 (one trimester). In Germany I am studying international business with a focus on accounting. The offer at the VUW is very large and I had no problems at all finding suitable lectures for myself. The application process in collaboration with MicroEDU… Read More »

University of Canterbury Review Part II

From July 2009 to April 2010 I was in New Zealand as part of my semester abroad. In this final report I would first like to describe my general impressions of the country and its people. I then go into life in Christchurch and then describe my studies at the University of Canterbury, specifically at… Read More »

University of Canterbury Review

Decision and preparation As part of my law degree, I decided to spend a semester abroad in New Zealand. I had MicroEDU help me with the organization, which was a very good decision as they were able to quickly clarify any open questions. The most important points are the application itself and the visa, as… Read More »

New Zealand Higher Education

According to COUNTRYAAH, New Zealand is located in the southwestern part of the Pacific Ocean, approx. 1,600 km southeast of Australia. The country consists of two main islands: the North Island, where approx. ¾ of the country’s population live, and the South Island as well as a number of smaller islands. About 80% of the… Read More »

Vocational Training in New Zealand

There has been a great increase in interest in studying in New Zealand in recent years. The friendship association between Denmark and Australia / New Zealand mediates contact with the New Zealand educational institutions. There are also good opportunities to get on language stays in New Zealand. When New Zealand was discovered by the Dutchman… Read More »

Inside the University of Melbourne

The Australia is a destination very popular, especially for those interested in studying English. In recent years, however, the country has become increasingly popular with foreigners who wish to graduate or post abroad. That is why we have separated some information for you to stay inside the University of Melbourne, one of the most renowned… Read More »