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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
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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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.”

Prince of Songkla University - Phuket, Thailand

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Languages: German, English, French

Studying at the Prince of Songkla University in Thailand was so far the best experience abroad of my life. I am more than grateful that I got this opportunity. It gave me an insight into a completely different world and I gained amazing experiences and friendships during my time. If you have any questions or you are not sure if Thailand is the right destination for your semester abroad, just let me know, I am more than happy to help you out.” 

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Boston, United States
Languages: English

“Hey guys! Studying in Phuket was an absolute dream. The people are so friendly, the scenery amazing, and the food spicy… but yummy! As I was first contemplating going abroad, Germany was my first choice. While I was thinking it over, a friend came up to me and invited me to go with him to Phuket. I’m so glad I went with him because the experience was priceless. I got to meet so many interesting people and explore places I didn’t know even existed. If you are having a similar problem figuring out where to go, I’d love to talk with you and convince you to go to Phuket”

Warmadewa University - Bali, Indonesia

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David Bertran

Barcelona, Spain
Languages: Catalan, Spanish, Italian, Bahasa Indonesian, English

“Hello everyone please let me know if you have any questions or feel curiosity to know how was my experience in Bali… Going to class in the mornings and some afternoons, going by motorcycle everywhere, going studying for some exams and every day finding an interesting and entertaining thing to do. I absolutely recommend this study program to all students who are looking for personal and professional growth. Take on the challenge and you will succeed.”

Udayana University - Bali, Indonesia

Asia Exchange student from Germany


Munich, Germany
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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Mexico City
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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Salt Lake City, Utah
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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Munich, Germany
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.”

Shanghai University - Shanghai, China

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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
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

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

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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