Victorian International Education Awards Finalists Provide Tips for Life in Melbourne, Victoria

The Victorian International Education Awards celebrate the exceptional achievements of students in Victoria’s international education sector.

Check out the finalists for each category and their stories and tips for life in Melbourne, Victoria.

Victorian Student of the Year – Internationalisation

Australian students recognised for their contribution to the international student community.

Danny Ong

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
Have an open mind and do not be afraid to step out of your comfort zone. Take calculated risks and learn as much as you can during your overseas life in Victoria – remember it is not all about studying – there are working and socialising opportunities as well.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
Regional Victoria – Victoria is not Melbourne and Melbourne is not Victoria – take the opportunity to travel to regional cities (such as Bendigo, Ballarat, Portland, and Lakes Entrance). Being from a small country called Singapore, I always enjoy long drives and appreciate the wonderful scenery that regional Victoria can offer.

What is your best memory of studying here?
Meeting my wife as a fellow volunteer during international student orientation at Monash University in 2005.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Hoping to continue my professional work and academic research on student experiences in Victoria, and making it the choice destination for prospective students.

 

Joslyn Ma

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
Focusing on your studies and working hard is important but never forget to take some time out to travel and enjoy the beauty of your surroundings! Most importantly, step out of your comfort zone, make friends and enjoy the multicultural experience Victoria provides.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
One of my favourite places in Victoria is the State Library! It’s the best place to study as the atmosphere allows you to focus while being surrounded by the stunning architecture. It is also a minute away from all the wonderful restaurants and cafes showcasing Melbourne’s trendy food culture.

What is your best memory of studying here?
The night of the Australia-China Youth Association Victoria Bilingual Language Competition Finals was the most amazing experience I have ever had studying here. It was the fruit of all the hard work my team and I had devoted to this initiative aiming to promote language and cultural understanding of Australia and China. Over 200 people from all walks of life came to support the event and it turned out to be a great success!

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
A lawyer who has travelled the world and the seven seas and a social changer who has made a difference to lives of others!

 

Siamak Sam Loni

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
Absolutely do it. I have had many friends over the years who were international students studying in Victoria and I don’t know of any that have regretted the experience. In fact they do everything they can to stay here and do further study.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
Mount Buller! I go every year to partake in my favourite hobby, skiing! Yes, that’s right, we have snow in Australia and Mount Buller in Victoria is my absolute favourite.

What is your best memory of studying here?
Hosting the world’s biggest international student conference in 2013 where I brought more than 2,500 students from 80 different countries to Melbourne for a week to discuss the world’s most prominent issues. The opening and closing ceremonies of the conference were absolutely amazing – thousands of delegates were chanting inside the MCEC plenary, everyone was celebrating. The event was full of emotion and excitement and I’ll never forget that atmosphere. It all happened thanks to the support from my university.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Standing at the plenary session of the High Level Political Forum at the United Nations, where I’ll be addressing world leaders on how Australia is leading the sustainable development movement in all aspects of our society and we are on track to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and helping other countries get there as well.

 

Tiffany Michelle Nicholas

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
To experience everything Victoria has to offer, get out there and see all that you can!

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
My home town Benalla, it is a small town in the country, it has beautiful lakes and rivers surrounding it. It’s nice to get away from the hustle and bustle sometimes.

What is your best memory of studying here?
My favourite memory is when we took the exchange students on a beach camp to Lorne and they were desperate to see a koala. It just so happened that a koala decided to climb down from his tree and hang out! It was such a great experience for them all and an awesome way to start off their trips.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
I hope to continue to help people, I would love to be working as a barrister specialising in personal injury.

 

Wesa Chau

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
Victoria is a unique place with a strong multicultural community who are respectful to people from diverse cultures. Before you come to Victoria, get to know the geography, because Australia is a large country, you don’t want to be travelling many hours to get to your school/university.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
Regional Victoria – Daylesford.  I love going to the country to relax and enjoy myself in the gardens and hills. If you come to Victoria, it is definitely a place to visit.

What is your best memory of studying here?
My best memories are when I’m involved in extra curricular activities.  It’s where I learn a lot about working in teams which Australian employers like, and also becoming connected with other students. Victoria is a place where if you know what you want to do, you can always find it, but it is a bit of an adventure to find the little cool places.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
I’ll be in the international speaking circuit.

 

International Student of the Year – English Language Training

Doanh Thuc Nguyen, Vietnam

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
Apart from gaining a high quality education, Victorian schools also facilitate extra curricular activities. I highly recommend participating in these activities as they not only provide you with greater experiences, but also help you learn more about the culture of Australia and other various countries’ cultures due to its multicultural communities.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
My favourite place in Victoria is the Queen Victoria Market. This is a place that has shops, food and people from around the world. We can explore the market’s historical buildings, try delicious food and speak with other travellers.

What is your best memory of studying here?
My best memory of studying in Victoria is a library tour that Ozford College arranged. On this tour, I learnt how to use the library for my studies, how to borrow books and communicate with the modern library system in Victoria. I think the best place in Victoria is the Library at The Dock.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
I see myself becoming a professional wedding planner and event organizer and I’ll be working in a famous wedding planner company in Victoria.

 

Göktug Sezer Garip, Turkey

 

Jirayut Prompen, Thailand

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
Victoria is the place where international students will experience a lot because of its world class education and multicultural atmosphere. In Victoria, there are people from all backgrounds and they have brought their culture here so you can always find places and things to do which suit your interests.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
As a student, my favourite place is the State Library in Melbourne. This library has thousands of books, great learning spaces and has an inspiring study atmosphere.

What is your best memory of studying here?
The best memory of studying in Melbourne is a chance to learn various cultures from every corner of the world. Understanding and living with people from different countries is a very rewarding experience.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
In the next 10 years, I will go back to Thailand, and contribute my knowledge and the experience I’ve gained here in Melbourne to my home country. In addition, I will recommend Victoria to anyone who would like to study abroad.

 

Seunghyun (Charlie) Shin, South Korea

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
The best piece of advice I could give is that you do not have to worry about studying abroad in Victoria because everyone is so kind to international students and there are many opportunities to improve your English.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
Actually, I haven’t had a chance to explore all of Victoria so I do not have a specific favourite place but I really like Victoria’s parks.

What is your best memory of studying here?
My best memory I have from studying here is that even though I have been here just five months, I have made so many friends from lots of different countries.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
I would love to work in Australia and definitely see myself working here as a physiotherapist.

 

Taylor Valai, Samoa

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
I would say that if you are thinking of studying overseas, I recommend Victoria is the place to be. Studying in Victoria is a great opportunity to not only improve your skills in your interested course, but also there are a lot of beautiful places to experience, such as the Melbourne City, where you can experience new things every day. Victoria is a safe place to study. You will be successful in your academic career by studying in a good environment, and Victoria is definitely a good environment to live and study in. The people are so friendly and they are always there to help you while studying in Victoria.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
First of all, every place in Victoria is just so amazing. I would say Melbourne City is my favourite place because I used to go there almost every weekend. To me it is the best city in the world, for there are a lot of new things to experience every day. I love the city because I can try out different kinds of dishes in different restaurants and there are a lot of shops for shopping. My favourite thing to do in the city is to watch and listen to street singers, dancers and drummers, which is just so amazing and quite entertaining. It is so amazing to experience those performances at night and that the city’s got the best view at night when looking down from the Eureka Skydeck.

What is your best memory of studying here?
My best memory of studying here is the environment and the people in Melbourne. I will never forget how beautiful Victoria is because of its environment. The environment reminds me of how safe it is where I am studying and the best decision that I have made to come and study in Victoria. I will never forget how friendly the people are. Studying at my university, which is La Trobe, the best memory that I will always keep with me is that the teachers and lecturers are so friendly and the relationship that I had not only with them but also with other students during my studies. To me this is the precious memory that will always remind me of how Victoria changed my life in my academic career.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
With all the best things about Victoria that really encourage me to study, such as the environment. I would see myself representing not only Victoria but Australia in my country, using the success in my career that I have got from studying in Victoria. Furthering my studies, which I would definitely continue here in Victoria, I will not only represent my country but encourage international students that Victoria is the best place for them to improve their skills for their future career.  I see myself helping and promoting Victoria to all international students with why I choose to study here, and sharing all the experiences that I’ve got while staying here. I would pursue my career here in Victoria, being in the best and most liveable place in the world.

 

 International Student of the Year – Higher Education

Fang Xuan Koay, Malaysia

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
Victoria has heaps to offer, be it travelling destinations, a rich tapestry of cultural experiences, graffiti arts laneways for photography, multicultural and multinational cuisines, as well as diverse volunteering opportunities. Victoria is a cultural melting pot – even as a Malaysian, I would say that Victoria is more culturally diverse than Malaysia. But most importantly, it has the facilities and support from the Victorian government, local councils and municipalities, non-for-profit organisations, education institutions, council chambers and more. This provides the best avenue for learning and developing yourself, be it professionally or academically. The only thing you have to worry about is how to seize as many opportunities as possible and fit them into your schedule so you can live a study-social life balance. By getting involved in community engagement, campus life and volunteering for the wider community, you will have an enriching student experience – the personal development that you gain from these experiences is what makes you stand out from other graduates.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
My favourite place in Victoria is the Grampians National Park. I spent five days and four nights there during my Easter break and that was the best holiday trip I had in Australia. The walk up to the Grand Canyon was definitely worth it when I finally saw the whole of Victoria under my feet. The glorious sunrise and sunset were totally worth waking up early and staying late in the dark for. The exercise was definitely worth it while we had the experience of cooking camp food, while watching the starry night after a long day of hiking.

What is your best memory of studying here?
Although my main responsibility as a student is to study, I have learnt a lot more life skills and interpersonal relations skills outside of the lecture halls. Most of my fondest memories are the times where we organised the largest Malaysian event in Malaysia, the time where we travelled to different places in Australia to explore and experience new things, and the time that we had fun during meetings and attending different conferences together with my former CISA executive committees. The best memory is the snippets of all the time that I spent with all the amazing and inspiring people that I have met here. It is the people that I met that truly matter to me.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Mahatma Gandhi said, “In a gentle way, you can shake the world”. I believe that I could make a difference in someone’s life even in the smallest of ways and hence, have long aspired to be a policy maker, especially in the field of monetary policy, to help the nation and economy. In 10 years, I will be helping non-profit organisations with my consulting experience, while working for either central bank, IMF or World Bank.

 

Kai Jie Lim, Malaysia

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
Be ready to embrace the diverse culture and people you are meeting in Melbourne. Do not be afraid to talk to others as discovery is part of life in Melbourne.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
Being in Victoria, I like walking and travelling around the Melbourne CBD. It signifies for me the reason I am in Melbourne. The achievement I am pursuing towards, and the type of future in society and in companies that I would like to impart. Because of its diversity, that society is truly an exciting place to live in and experience the wonders of human life.

What is your best memory of studying here?
The countless events that Melbourne as a city runs is truly an unforgettable experience for someone like me, due to the fact that it was not something we have in my home country. The festive celebrations like White Night, Melbourne Cup, Grand Final Week, St. Kilda Festival and so on, these events that close down roads and attract together the community to enjoy the feeling of being in a connected group of people we call ‘society’.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Ten years from now, I would hope to be someone who has contributed to the improvement of human experience and a paradigm shift in some aspects we live our life. Exploring exceptional application of technology and revolutionising how people interact through intuitive software, bringing back the creativeness and fun in being a human. Hopefully, eradicating issues relating to poverty by empowering all of us to be our own entrepreneur in crafting destiny. ‘Dream large’ is my motto.

 

Mustika Indah (Nina) Khairina, Indonesia

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
Be confident and allow yourself to make mistakes. Explore and try as many things in your first year here in hope that you will find something that you will love to do and stick to it. Most importantly, take care of yourself (mentally and physically).

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
Definitely the parks in Victoria. When I need to take some time off for myself, I go to the parks or garden and just enjoy lying down while reading or listening to some music by myself.

What is your best memory of studying here?
During my presidency at Monash University International Students Service, I spent most of my time in the organisation’s office in the international student lounge. The best memories were created in that room where I’ve shared most of my ups and downs with my best buddies.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
I see myself developing an education curriculum for a non-formal (primary) school with a group of like-minded friends.

 

Withitaporn (Anne) Sangprakong, Thailand

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
Victoria is a good place to live and study with many quality institutions. Just find out what you want to study, search and look through what the course offers, what the campus looks like, and choose the one that you feel is most suitable. Don’t hesitate to ask if you have questions. 

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
There are so many places that I love in Victoria. I love nature and animals. Phillip Island is definitely a place I will visit again. It is beautiful has stunning views of the beaches and coasts. There are plenty of wildlife animals such as koalas, kangaroos, and little penguins which you can see closely. It is one of my great memories here.
In Melbourne, I love to go to Royal Botanical Gardens and the Shrine of Remembrance. The Shrine offers stunning views from the balcony of classical architecture and has great exhibitions and galleries where you can learn about the history of Australia.

What is your best memory of studying here?
My best memory is when I went on an excursion to Williamstown with my teacher and classmates when I studied ELICOS at NMIT. We had a picnic in the garden together, and walked along the beautiful beach. It was a wonderful memory to share with one another before we finished the course and separated to study our main courses.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
In 10 years, I see myself as a professor in higher education, teaching accounting and finance. In addition, I also hope to do a project related to poverty and education.

 

International Student of the Year – Research

Ashrafalsadat Hosseini, Iran

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
Trust me! Victoria is a wonderful environment to study and socialise due to its multicultural setting and the beautiful landscape. This would be a great decision in your life to study in Victoria; therefore, do your best to engage with the community and make the best of studying in Victoria as an international student!

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
Victorian beaches, especially Williamstown beach.

What is your best memory of studying here?
I have many great memories of studying here; thus it isn’t easy for me to name the best. For example, receiving scholarships from the University of Melbourne (2011) and Graduate Women Victoria (2015), nominated as a Victorian International Education Awards finalist for two years (2014, 2015), my voluntary activities both in the university and in the wider Victorian community and recovering well from a serious health concern!

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Being an academic in a university and collaborating with international organisations such as WHO. I see myself practicing as a psychologist and establishing an eMental Health program to provide mental health training and psychosocial advice to individuals in the community. My biggest dream is to establish a NGO to support disadvantaged students through their education.

 

Heba Zahid, Saudi Arabia

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
Go ahead, don’t hesitate at all! Victoria is a great place to study in. It not only provides you with a high quality education but you also get to learn in a very friendly and multicultural environment. On the top of that, Victoria has great places to visit and explore.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
Sunny Ridge strawberry farm! I love it, you can pick your own strawberries, enjoy the nature and the delicious desserts in their lovely cafe.

What is your best memory of studying here?
The best time ever was during my English language course. I got the chance to explore around Victoria, meet other international students and socialise.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Ten years from now I’ll be an academic researcher in the breast cancer field. I see myself teaching students how to do proper and ethical research and I’ll also be doing my own research to help the world develop a better understanding of breast cancer and hopefully find a better treatment to save more lives.

 

Jessica Pandohee, Mauritius

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
Having studied at three different Victorian institutions I appreciate that the Australian education I have received is world-class and has given me global skills such as communication and leadership. I am confident that after my studies are complete I will be a strong candidate to contribute to the Australian society, or any city I choose to work in. I would definitely recommend Victoria as a leading international student destination and advise students that Victoria has a lot more to offer than just internationally competitive education. There is a wide range of events continuously being held throughout the year across the state offering students occasions to enhance their student-life and experience through sports, community events, food and cultural festivals just to name a few. Melbourne truly deserves its title of the Most Liveable City in the World.
My advice for students who are already in Victoria is “don’t be afraid to be different and be proactive in making your dreams come true”. There are thousands of students graduating from the best institutions in the world, all getting good grades and it is important to stand out from the crowd whether it is through extra-curricular activities, volunteering, work integrated placements or industry partnerships. At the end of the day it all counts in building your personal and career development.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
Torquay is one of my favourite places in Victoria because the wonderful ocean view reminds me of my home (Mauritius). That said the waves of the Southern Ocean are a lot stronger making it more exciting to surf and it is also where I would go to rejuvenate myself. The beaches are also lovely to just sit and watch other people riding the waves – and sometimes falling off! It truly is a place where I can relax from the stresses of day-to-day life and feel inspired for the next week.

What is your best memory of studying here?
My best memory about studying in Victoria is the pleasant working environment. Research often does not go as well as one would like it to, however I have been lucky to have worked within a group where there was great chemistry between scientists. I remember a humorous occasion where my male colleague was humming one of Taylor Swift’s songs in the analytical instrumentation lab. Although he was a terrible singer it has been an unforgettable experience to work in such a friendly, creative and constructive environment. I have certainly learned a lot from studying in Victoria and I am keen in applying this when I have my own research group.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
In 10 years I see myself as a research leader working on building an international community. I will use my chemistry expertise to address global problems that are related to the food, water and energy industries. I also want to enhance the education experience of young people, especially women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), that are working on achieving senior roles in their field. Finally, through volunteering and charity commitments I aim to contribute to regions of the world where the right of education for girls is often neglected, such that they can in turn improve the environmental, social and economic situation of their countries.

 

Lemuel Didulo Lopez, Philippines

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
They should do research first about what courses, resources and opportunities are available for them, and of course, do some soul searching. Students really have to think of answers for questions like – What they want to do in life? Where they want to go? What they would want to see themselves doing in the coming years especially after they finish their degree or training?
Studying abroad is expensive even with a scholarship, so they have to think about these things. In doing this, I advise the applicants to participate in online forums for international students in Victoria.  There are also a number of blogs and websites which may be helpful, including the website of Study Melbourne. Having a better picture of what to expect and what to do here will help you maximise your resources and get the best possible experience while studying here in Victoria.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
That would be the Carlton Gardens which is close to where I live.  I find it a great place to jog and do other physical activities, have a quiet moment, and be inspired by the UNESCO world-heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building. One time, I even participated in a group of friendly Chinese women doing some traditional Chinese dances and exercises in front of Melbourne Museum. It was fun!

What is your best memory of studying here?
It would be meeting one of the most eminent international lawyers in the world at the Melbourne Law School, where he gave a talk on a topic relevant to my thesis. Certainly, Melbourne attracts not just the best and brightest of Australia but even the world. It is such a privilege to engage with the best legal minds.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
I want to see myself establishing a good law career in cross-border transactions and dispute resolution. In addition to being a Philippine-registered lawyer, I also hope that by then I have earned my registration to practice as a lawyer here in Australia, and possibly also in the United States.  This would allow me to provide legal advice to a wider range of clients and on legal issues spanning multiple jurisdictions. Likewise, in 10 years I should have written extensively on various cross-border transaction and litigation issues in Asia and Australia, and hopefully written books about cross-border litigation and private international law.

 

Wanamina Waehama, Thailand

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
I would advise international students who want to study in Victoria to interact and get involved with their campus’ International Students Association or international club and society, which incorporates experienced students from various backgrounds. Get involved, not just on campus but also engage with international students from other universities.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
I love every corner in Melbourne because that is where I get to meet many international students from all over the world. We get to exchange and learn from each other about the culture as well as appreciate their diversity. I always bump into international students everywhere I go around Melbourne, so through interacting with these students I am able to listen to their challenges and concerns and I also offer support to them.

What is your best memory of studying here?
My best memories when studying in Victoria entail my profound experiences and achievements as an international student leader. I am proud of helping many international students become engaged with their campus. I am happy and satisfied with the rapid growth I initiated within a short span of one year, whereby I and my great Victoria University International Student Association team were able to grow the international student community by over four hundred active members. The activities I engaged in while leading the International Student Association are memorable to me, since I was able to achieve my mission of setting direction, redrafting the Student Organisation, and strengthening the engagement of international students in Victoria.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
My great vision in ten years is to create a better international student life experience. I visualise a balance in non-academic and academic activities, where international students and society members would be able to access quality learning and teaching, student clubs, events, leadership programs, and access to sport facilities. I would focus on the overall development of programs by universities, which would primarily serve the basic requirements attached to their students. International students would therefore get to enrich their lives, and the lives of each individual in the universities and community as a whole.

 

 

International Student of the Year – Vocational Education and Training

Aibinuomo Iyiade (Hybee), Nigeria

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
My advice to any student thinking of studying here is that Victoria is a great place to live with an excellent supportive environment for learning where you can achieve your academic goals. It is a highly multicultural community where you will feel at home, safe and belong. I have never regretted coming to study here.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
My favourite place in Victoria is Federation Square/Flinders Street Station. To me, this is a unique location in the heart of Melbourne which, in my own views, symbolises the richness and diversity of Victoria. The buildings around it are of varied architecture from old to contemporary as well as shapes and sizes. It is a great place to hang-out on weekends. There are different businesses and trades around the square/station, and it is close to food outlets, the Arts Centre and the river bank.  The transport network is also amazing to me. This is a place to visit if you want to appreciate the cultural diversity of Victoria as you will often find large numbers of passers-by from different cultures, background, colours, and professions.

What is your best memory of studying here?
My best memory of studying in Victoria is the problem-based learning approach to education. During my study, most of my learning was based on real word case studies in a simulated classroom environment, and partly work place experience in relevant industries.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
In the next ten years, I see myself becoming a teacher and researcher in the area of healthcare and housing for the aged. At the same time being involved in aid towards education for the less privileged.

 

Joseph Manuel Kierulf III, Philippines

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
Be prepared to learn the latest in the industry, receive a hands-on approach that mirrors what is currently used in the industry and be ready to make lots of friends. The students and teachers here in Victoria are very friendly and approachable.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
It would be Federation Square. It’s free and gives you a great spectacular view of the city. It is a good place for a walk along the Yarra River and offers a nice park view. It is the best place to meet people and have a good afternoon.

What is your best memory of studying here?
My best memory would be volunteering for the Good Food and Wine show. I was able to work with Australia’s celebrity chefs, taste their food, and have an enjoyable time while doing it. Another reason was being part of the culinary team that prepared and served food for the former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the MCG. I felt like I was part of history and the feeling was overwhelming.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
I see myself in 10 years from now being part of the hospitality industry, working as a hotelier, managing functions and events in the Philippines.

 

Lai Poh Lee, Malaysia

What is your advice to any student thinking of studying in Victoria?
While you put in all your efforts into studying and achieving great academic results, don’t forget to get involved and volunteer in local community activities.

What is your favourite place in Victoria?
Mt Buller!

What is your best memory of studying here?
Being awarded SuniTAFE International Student of the Year 2014 and SuniTAFE Board Excellent Award was definitely one of the best memories of my studying life here.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
In 10 years from now, I see myself mastering my skills as a chef. I would love to have a lot of experience, be well known in the industry and would be working towards becoming an executive chef.

 

 

The winners of the 2015 Victorian International Education Awards will be announced 1 December. 

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