Participant Reflection: Dylan Steenkamp
Well it's the Australia Day (Australia's national day) long weekend Downunder so we thought we would catch up with Dylan Steenkamp from Botswana to chat all things Australia and his...
Gap Year in Perth
When most people think about Australia, they tend to think about all the famous cities over on the eastern side of the country. Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne are all found over on this side of Australia.
Participant Reflection: Annie Rogan
Annie from the UK caught up with Sophie Rae our Gap Year program coordinator to recap on her gap year experience at Perth College in Western Australia!
Gap Year in the Whitsundays
When you take a gap year at the Whitsundays, expect to play just as hard as you hard. The islands never stop offering new things to explore, so your time is never going to be wasted here.
Gap Year in Adelaide
Gap years tend to be expensive, but Adelaide helps you cut down on a lot of your costs. It’s a very affordable city to live in, and this is why loads of students choose to go there to study or live
Participant Reflection: Yolisa Jali
This month we're catching up with Yolisa from Port Elizabeth in South Africa about her time living and working at one of Australia's only prep-boarding schools in New South Wales.
Participant Reflection: Paula Ortiz
Bogata, Columbia to Perth, Australia are almost at opposite sites of the earth, so we thought we would catch up with Paula who is spending time in regional Western Australia...
Gap Year in Wagga Wagga
The world is a big place, and there are loads of great gap year destinations waiting for you. Amongst the many options, Australia is a top pick.
Gap Year in Cairns
ith a host of different spaces to relax, a bustling market scene to enjoy haggling in, and tons of adventures through gorgeous natural spots, Cairns might not be the first place you think about taking your Gap Year, but it definitely deserves your attention
Gap Year in Melbourne
If you love sports, then this is such a fantastic city to live in. As well as watching loads of live events, there are plenty of clubs around that you can join too. So, it’s a chance to try your hand at something you’ve never done before!
PARTICIPANT REFLECTION: Matthew Smith
I was considering becoming a teacher and thought a gap year was a great way to fully experience the very best (and potentially) worst of the teaching profession before I enrolled, studied (and paid) for a university degree. Indeed, this year was very much a learning year for me where now I know that teaching is my calling…. I just need to decide if I want to teach in either a primary or secondary school.