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Sydney, Melbourne, or Brisbane: Which is Your Best Fit?

Sydney, Melbourne, or Brisbane: Which is Your Best Fit?

You’re ready to go Down Under, you’re going to study and learn, and also travel the adventurous land of Vegemite, bush walking, surfing, and kangaroos. But, before you slap on your sunscreen and get your koala-petting fingers ready, you need to figure out which Australian city you’re going to fall in love with. Studying in

My ILSC, My Story: Adonai Vera

    This past summer, one of our students from ILSC-Melbourne, Adonai Vera, made the decision to cycle from Melbourne to Sydney, with the organization Steer North. The group of 12 rode over 1000km to raise money for cancer research. Initially, Ado was fundraising through events like salsa classes and ping-pong tournaments at ILSC-Melbourne, that

How to Have Your Best Summer Ever in Vancouver

  It’s no secret that Vancouver is a city of “action,” and this attitude is in full-force during the summer months. ILSC’s summer Junior Program is known for its amazing programs, fun activities and awesome locations that offer the opportunity to learn another language through an amazing cultural immersion experience. The English Summer Camp program

My ILSC: Selin Köseoğlu & her Aussie adventure (part 1)

Contributed by Selin Pınar Köseoğlu, student at ILSC Sydney “Here, you’ll discover a secret heaven.” I needed to improve my English for school and my future career – that’s why I started to search for countries where I can study English and get my English target. As a result I decided on Australia because it is far away

Enjoying some treats at the market

ILSC- Sydney: a trip to Marrickville Organic Markets

This month, ILSC is celebrating Earth Month with a variety of eco-themed activities and events.  On Sunday, Apr, 6th, a few ILSC-Sydney Students went to explore the Marrickville Organic Markets. The activity coordinator for the event, ILSC instructor, Alex Papas shares the experience: After what seemed as a slow start with only three students turning

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