The semester abroad at Swinburne Sarawak has been absolutely eye-opening. Students here are kind and I like that there are so many activities to participate in, such as the rowing club. To have been given the opportunity to live in Kuching is really a delightful experience.
I chose to study biotechnology at Swinburne Sarawak because my professors are all from different fields of science. Their experience and diverse knowledge gave me a wide perspective of biotechnology.
Swinburne Sarawak has made my university life enjoyable and meaningful. Initially I was nervous at the prospect of studying abroad but the students at Swinburne have made that transition easy; they are open and friendly while my lecturers are helpful and approachable. Kuching has the best food and I cannot get enough of it!
Swinburne Sarawak offers internationally recognised Australian degree at one-third the cost of studying in Australia. Furthermore, Kuching is an ideal city for studying because of its laidback lifestyle.
I am fortunate to have had the opportunity to live and study in Kuching. Kuching is small enough to be personal but still offers all the trimmings of a modern city. My happiest moment as a Swinburne Sarawak student was when I was accepted to do my exchange program at Swinburne’s home campus in Melbourne.
At Swinburne Sarawak, I am an active member of the Swinburne Leadership and Volunteer Program (SLVP). Being part of SLVP not only helped me grow academically but I’ve had the opportunity to explore other aspects of life such as community work.