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Study abroad returnees have valuable experiences in living and studying abroad. If you are considering studying abroad, the students below will be happy to share their life-changing experiences with you.

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You can contact the students if you’re interested in hearing about their study abroad experience. Ask them for practical hints and tips about living abroad and travel arrangements, what the everyday life at the study destination was like, how they dealt with culture shock and which courses they thought were the best. Each of the students listed here is happy to help, so don’t hesitate to shoot them an email!

Kasetsart University - Bangkok, Thailand

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Marius Heuel

Germany, Dortmund
marius.heuel@gmx.de
Languages: English, German

Don´t understand it as a phrase, but Bangkok was maybe the best time of my life and if you want to discover your personality and south-east-Asia from a different side, it will be the perfect choice for you!

Siam University - Bangkok, Thailand

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Laurens

Germany
l.galley@outlook.de
Languages: English, German

“Hey Guys! Every day we think about ripples of opportunities and just let them go instead of catching them up. That was why I decided to grab the chance with the help of Asia Exchange and went to Thailand. My exchange at the Siam University was a wonderful grip about educational rhythm of study with multiple learning in different ways and different land. It is for open-minded students who looking for unfolding not only books but the people who live World apart. It worked so well for me, physically and mentally. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact me.”

Warmadewa University - Bali, Indonesia

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David Bertran

Barcelona, Spain
bertran.6@hotmail.com
Languages: Catalan, Spanish, Italian, Bahasa Indonesian, English

“I never thought about going abroad for a semester, but when a friend of mine decided to go to Bali for a semester abroad and asked me to join, I couldn’t say no. I will never regret that decision and will be forever thankful that she convinced me to go to Bali. Do it, don’t doubt! Going abroad was the best decision in my life so far. Send me an email if you have any questions!”

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Ali & Ilona

GERMANY
ali.oezdemir@yahoo.com
Languages: English, German

Hey there! When we first planned our semester abroad, we were accepted to an university in Canada. But then we came across Asia Exchange and were amazed by the opportunity to study in Bali. Looking back, we could not be more grateful for letting the chance go of studying in Canada and going to Bali instead. In one semester, we grew personally and developed a business out of there after returning a half year later. Now we commute between Germany and Bali and love to call Bali my second home. A semester abroad is the best possibility to learn a lot about yourself and grow personally.  Go to Bali, do some yoga, find your inner peace, and awake your true potential. 

If there is anything you want to know about our study experience or living in Bali, please don’t hesitate to shoot us an E-Mail.

Udayana University - Bali, Indonesia

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Sarah

Munich, Germany
volperssarah@gmail.com
Languages: English, German

“I never thought about going abroad for a semester, but when a friend of mine decided to go to Bali for a semester abroad and asked me to join, I couldn’t say no. I will never regret that decision and will be forever thankful that she convinced me to go to Bali. Do it, don’t doubt! Going abroad was the best decision in my life so far. Send me an email if you have any questions!”

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Guillermo

Mexico City
guillermotamborrels@gmail.com
Languages: English, Spanish

“Hey everyone! I’m the crazy Mexican that decided to change my life and went studying to Bali, and trust me it has been among the best decisions of my life. Please feel free to be curious and send me an email regarding any doubt you may have!”

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Brady

Salt Lake City, Utah
brady2scott@gmail.com
Languages: English, Vietnamese

Dear future Asia Exchange students, I would be stoked to get in contact with you! I got the chance to study abroad in Bali and it was a life changing experience that any university student is sure to benefit from. I am outrageously excited for you to start your journey in Asia, so please do not hesitate to shoot me an E-mail!

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies - Seoul, South Korea

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NIKLAS

Munich, GERMANY
niklas.melcher@me.com
Languages: German, English, Dutch

“Hey guys! The time in Korea was incredible! Both the educational and the personal experiences will make me never forget this beautiful country. I would be happy to help you experience the same wonderful exchange. Please don’t hesitate to ask any kind of questions.”

Yvonne

Vienna, Austria
ybolhar@yahoo.com
Languages: German, English, French

“Helly, my name is Yvonne and I am an Austrian student who spent Spring 2020 at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul, South Korea. During those four months abroad, three things happened: I bowed to everyone without feeling like I had been transported into the 18th century, I ate Kimchi and Kimbap until I had a stomach ache, and I gained friends for a lifetime. Still not convinced: Feel free to contact me to discover my Korea, so that I can help you discover yours!”

NOAH

Buccholz, Germany
noah.zybura@nordakademie.de
Languages: German, English, Japanese, Spanish

“Hello, my name is Noah and I will spend a semester at the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies with Asia Exchange beginning from September. Although I have not yet started studying there I have already been to Korea before and could gain insights into the Korean culture and especially the Korean cuisine – I fell hard. Thus, I want to spend more time in this exciting country. Please feel free to ask me any questions about the application process. I will soon be able to provide you with more real-time experiences.”

Shanghai University - Shanghai, China

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Marianna

Mexico
marianagmv97@gmail.com
Languages: English, Spanish

“Hi there! Shanghai is an amazing city that has a lot of things to offer, this opportunity allowed me to experience a completely different culture as well as it gave me the chance to travel and connect with people I never expected to meet. This trip changed my life and gave me the skills I know will be useful for my academic future. Any questions regarding studying/living abroad and especially in Shanghai, just ask! I will try my best to help you.”

Universiti Putra Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Lasse Hurri

Joensuu, Finland
lasse.hurri@gmail.com
Languages: English, Finnish

“Howdy everyone! Studying abroad was the coolest, the most awesome and illuminating experience of my life so far and I think every student should experience the same. And I would be glad to help you with that! Any questions regarding studying/living abroad and especially in Malaysia you may have, just ask!”

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Nadia Bennoui

France
nadia.bennoui@supbiotech.fr
Languages: English, French

“Hi there! Having the opportunity to study in Malaysia involves discovering new cultures and habits from the country and other Southeast Asian countries without spending a lot of money. I had the privilege to see so many different landscapes, to try plenty of local dishes, and to make friends and memories that I will cherish for the rest of my life. Don´t hesitate to email me if you are interested to find out more about studying in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I will try my best to answer all of your questions.”

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Boris Colussi

France
bowriscol@gmail.com
Languages: English, French

” Hi! I love how Malaysia shows different cultural aspects, from Indian culture to Malay and Chinese. I had an incredible semester in Malaysia which allowed me to discover new cultures, food, people, temple. Everything is astonishing in Kuala Lumpur! While studying there, I was able to travel to most of the countries in South East Asia. Do not hesitate to contact me if you have further questions about studying in Kuala Lumpur. I will try to answer all of your questions.” 

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Agnès

France
bosseragnes@gmail.com
Languages: English, French

” Hi everyone! I went to Malaysia to do my second semester and without lying, it was the best travel in my entire life. You can do everything you want, drink a coconut on the paradise beach, take pictures with monkeys even if sometimes they steal your snacks, do a trek in the forest, be the king of the world at 452 m on the floor… If you hesitate or have any questions, please don’t be shy and ask me. I will be happy to share with you everything I know and answer your questions!  
One piece of advice: Let’s discover the world.”  

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