Kysy entisiltä opiskelijoiltamme
Ota yhteyttä entisiin opiskelijoihin
Vaihdosta palanneet opiskelijamme tietävät, millaista on oikeasti opiskella ja elää Aasiassa. Jos olet vasta harkitsemassa lähteväsi vaihtoon Aasiaan tai haluat tietää jotakin, alla olevat entiset opiskelijat jakavat mielellään kokemuksiaan kanssasi.
SAAT KULLANARVOISIA VINKKEJÄ
Älä epäröi olla yhteydessä alla oleviin opiskelijoihin, jos haluat kuulla heidän kokemuksiaan. He antavat käytännön vinkkejä elämään Aasiassa ja neuvovat, miten saat vaihtojaksostasi kaiken irti!
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.
“En koskaan ajatellut lähteväni vaihtoon, mutta kun ystäväni päätti lähteä Balille vaihtoon ja kysyi minua mukaan, en voinut kieltäytyä. En koskaan tule katumaan sitä päätöstä ja tulen aina olemaan kiitollinen että hän sai minut vakuuttuneeksi Balille lähdöstä. Tee se, älä epäröi! Ulkomaille lähtö on ollut yksi tähänastisen elämäni parhaista päätöksistä. Lähetä minulle sähköpostia, jos sinulla on kysymyksiä!”
“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!”
“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.”
”Hi! I’m Nastassja and I studied at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies for not only one but two semesters! I guess I couldn’t get enough of Seoul since it’s an incredible city with so many things to explore… I am truly happy that I jumped out of my comfort zone to go to Korea although it is so different from my home country. The time is spent there shaped me in so many aspects…the fun stories, the memorable moments, and the sad goodbyes. But I can say for sure that living in Seoul for a year was the best decision I made until now. I know that the whole journey can feel difficult for you at times so I am happy to help you!”
”Hello, I’m currently studying at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul with Asia Exchange.
I am having a great time enjoying the amazing food culture, convenience stores, perfect infrastructure and a very international atmosphere of the university, not to mention karaoke.
If you have any questions concerning Korea, please don’t hesitate to contact me”
”Hey guys, I am Niklas from Germany. Though, I chose to take the international part which is why within the last years I have lived in Hong Kong, Vienna, Taipei and thanks to Asia Exchange also in Seoul. Currently I am about to finish my Communications Bachelor while I am living in Amsterdam.”
”Hi! Even before choosing my University in Germany, I had already decided on where I would study abroad. Originally, my plan was to go abroad for one semester, now I am about to start my second semester at HUFS. That should speak for itself (and HUFS). I stayed for the interesting classes, the opportunity to learn more Korean and because there’s still so much I haven’t seen yet.
Going abroad is a challenge, but it is definitely worth it!
So, if you have any questions regarding life and studies in Korea, feel free to contact me! I am happy to help :)”
“Hey guys! I‘m Fulya from Germany and I’m currently studying architecture at Hanyang University on the Erica Campus. Having the opportunity to study one semester abroad in South Korea was one of the best experiences in my life. I experienced a completely different culture and made new friends from all around the world. I had the chance to travel around the country and taste different traditional foods. I am really enjoying the food, culture and the environment, it‘s completely another world here! If you have any further questions about South Korea, regarding studying here, or even how to deal with finding vegetarian/halal food. Please feel free to contact me. I will try my best to answer all the questions!”
”Hi everyone! In the upcoming fall semester, I will be studying at Hanyang University. Visiting South Korea has always been a dream of mine, which is why, when I came across Asia Exchange, I knew that this was a chance I couldn’t let go. I can’t wait for all the great experiences. I hope that, just like me, you will also be able to start your journey.”
”Hi! I was studying in Cagliari for a whole year. I ended up going to Sardinia at the very last minute and it was one of the best decisions of my life. Sardina has this natural beauty that makes every day fantastic. Sardina has a rich culture and amazing people who make you feel like home. If you want an authentic Italian experience, Sardina is the best place to go. It overexcited all of my expectations and I’ve made friends for life from Sardinia. I’m forever grateful for the experience. If you have any questions about making the decision to study in Italy you are more than welcome to contact me! I know that there were a lot of things that I wasn’t sure about before leaving so I’m happy to help you with everything.”