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Hi and welcome to the very rst issue o Student Abroad, the inormative maga-zine about your study options over-seas. You’re probably already thinkingabout combining study with travel orconsidering taking a gap year but wherethe start? Tat’s right, its a big worldout there ! Tat’s why we Student Abroad is going to introduce you toplaces we know and places o study that we have been to see !Tat’s not all ! Student Abroad is morethan just a magazine and we’re going togive you expert help and advice to enable you to make the right choice or youreducation. I you don’t nd the inormation you are looking or, we encourageyou to contact us with your questions.Tis issue's highlights include Canada, why study French in Quebec? (Page 30),New Zealand – the peace and tranquillity that is Southland (page 38) and USA , rom New York to Hollywood, we hear rom the NY City lm Academy (page54) and much more. We also introduce you to our regular eatures ‘ My Gap Year’(9) and Languages Abroad visits Spain and learns the language o famenco ! Addto that. 'ravel Log'(8), 'things we love about ‘study in Nova Scotia’ , 'op 10City' ,Cape own (page 46), Plus 'ask the experts' as well as migration and visanews and you have one hell o an issue.
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Meet our writers
also the editor of Student Abroad, a Graduate ofthe University of London, Author and former Teacher in the United Arab Emirates, Richard enjoys travel and study in any combination.Richard's other passion is supporting local artists and he is involved inmany arts forums both locally and nationally.
An educational consultant, ACT hastravelled extensively over a great many years , including Australia, USAand Canada.
Nicole has written many articles in our otherpublications with a focus on education. Nicole wrote the first seriesof ‘8 reasons to study’, which appeared in the Polish magazine ‘PolishZone. Nicola has visited New Zealand and also toured the far eastextensively.