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Welcome  
www.studentabroad.co.uk
Student Abroad magazine is published by A8 Media Ltd, UK HeadOffice, 1 Mariners Close, St James Court, Victoria Dock, KingstonUpon, Hull , East Yorkshire, United Kingdom HU9 1QE
Publisher
Daniel Billington publisher@studentabroad.co.uk
Editor
Richard Rignall editor@ studentabroad.co.uk
Artistic Editor
Daniel Billington
Cover Design
Grzegorz WójcikImage (C) 2010 Newby Travel Pty , Sydney, Australia
Contributors
Anthony Creasey-Taylor , Nicole Lisowska, RaphaelDe Silva
Sales enquiries 020 3148 61452
sales@ studentabroad.co.uk
Management
A8 Media Ltd ,
United KingdomDistributed by Gold Key MediaDistribution
150,000 copies quarterlyCopies available from Major Supermarkets, UK Airports,Universities and selected businesses throughout theUnited Kingdom. Public Subscription available. Should youhave difficulty in obtaining a copy , please call 0844 5555 480or subscribe2@ studentabroad.co.ukSubscription enquiries 0844 5555 480subscribe2@ studentabroad.co.uk(c) A8 Media Ltd 2010.Printed in the UK by the Magazine PrintingCompany Ltd on paper derived from sustainable resources.Please recycle. All rights reserved. We cannot accept any responsibility for anymistakes or misprints. Reproduction in whole or in part is strictlyprohibited without the written permission of the publisher.
We cannot accept responsibility for any photographs, manuscripts or other items lostor damaged in the post. Material sent on speculation, unless enclosed with a stampedaddressed envelope for the correct value, will not be returned to the sender. A8 Media Ltdreserves the right to re-use any materials or submission sent to Student Abroad magazinein any format or medium. Any Material accepted for publication may be used in all differentformats of the magazine; for example; print, web, electronic database, Braille, talking bookand any other facsimile versions in any medium. Any prices quoted are subject to currency fluctuations at the time of going to press. Anyprices quoted should be considered as approximate. The opinions expressed by themagazine contributors do not necessarily reflect those of the publishers. The publishercannot be held responsible for the accuracy of contributors’ information.
Hi and welcome to the very rst issue o Student Abroad, the inormative 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 inormation 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.
Best wishes
Dan  
Dan BillingtonEditor
www.studentabroad.co.uk
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Student Abroad | Issue 1 October 2010
Meet our writers
Richard Rignall
 ,
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.
 Anthony Creasey-Taylor,
 
 An educational consultant, ACT hastravelled extensively over a great many years , including Australia, USAand Canada.
Nicole Lisowska,
 
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.
WELCOME
 
Quebec 3015 Nova Scotia 54 New York 88 Spain24 Cape Town9 My Gap YearSouthland 38
Issue 00 October 2010
www.studentabroad.co.uk
Contents 
30
Learn French in Quebec
38
Southland New Zealand ,Peace and ranquillity 
INSIDE, YOU'LL FIND..
News
The latest news and information, what is hot and what is not.
Advice
The best advice and tips for the student abroad
Information
Student Abroad is the only place to find information about yourstudy abroad options
Regulars
10 Travel Log15 8 things we love about ...16 Your Letters18 Unmissable events24 Top ten city53 8 things to do in ....62 Migration news65 Visa Information88 The Language Pages96 Ask the experts
On The Cover
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Lands ofOpportunity
30 Canada – Learn French in Quebec
Quebec, not just steeped in Frenchcolonial history is a fantastic place tostudy the French language. With longsummers nights and cool autumnevenings. Find out more.
38 New Zealand – Southland, Peaceand Tranquillity.
Southland is perhaps one of the mostpeaceful places on earth, and Southlandoffers a fantastic range of opportunitiesfor high school students.
54 Film Studies in the Gold CoastAustralia
Want to be the next Alfred Hitchcock, findout why the International Film school is
9
My Gap Year
89
Spain the Language o Flamenco
15
8 things we love about Nova ScotiaFilm Studies
54
the place for you.
72 University Study down Under
What opportunities are available forgraduates .Student Abroad gives youthe low down.
89 Spanish – the language ofFlamenco
Discovering Andalucía, Spain is not just the best place to learn Spanish butyou can choose fantastic activities likelearning to Flamenco too.
90 Education New Zealand
Student Abroad gives you an insightinto the Kiwi Education System.
More
9 My Gap year experience
Student blog explores the best places totravel during your Gap year.
15 8 Things we love about NovaScotia
Just 8 simple reasons that makes NovaScotia, a beautiful place to be – anytime of year.
62 Australian Dreams
What do most students hope for whenstudying in Australia.
65 Career Corner
We talk to career expert and ask justwhat it is that makes a graduate ofoverseas study more employable.
76 Why study in Canada
 All the reasons, all the options – whatmakes education in Canada so great.
91 Language Europe
Covering languages in Italy, GermanySpain and France.
107 Where else can I do when I study
Special Focus on Russia and Japan.
107
 Where Else?
91
Languages Europe
CONTENTSCONTENTS
Student Abroad
| Issue 1 October 2010
54 Student Abroad
| Issue 1 October 2010www.studentabroad.co.uk

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