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Winona Horton

Published: 14 Sep 2018 under Students

Winona Horton’s Amazing Race

The Dawn Wade Scholarship offers financial support and the opportunity to live at residential college International House (IH) to high-achieving, rural students transitioning into study at the University of Melbourne. It’s an initiation into a global community that stays with you long after graduation. We caught up with current Bachelor of Commerce student, Winona Horton, about how receiving the scholarship has impacted her so far.

Jenna Oh

Published: 13 Sep 2018 under Students

Choose Melbourne: Jenna Oh

For many international students, choosing where to study can be a challenge. It means comparing rankings, finding out about the culture and educational system of a country, speaking to their family and friends, and in some cases visiting. The choice is often split between the United States, the United Kingdom, and studying here, in Australia. Jenna Oh did her undergraduate studies in the United States, now, she’s come to Melbourne, where she’s currently studying the Master of Management (Accounting).

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Published: 31 Jul 2018 under Students

Jack Dalrymple - on taking his voice to the OECD

For most of us, institutions like the United Nations and the OECD exist in a sphere far removed from our day-to-day lives. In some ways, they seem impenetrable, and surreal, and for students chasing a future with one of these organisations, the path to their doors is far from clear. The Global Voices Scholarship gives students, like Jack Dalrymple, a chance to visit and connect with these organisations, fostering practical, hands-on experience for our future leaders.

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