It’s not every day you find yourself looking at a poster of the university you’re studying abroad for a summer.
But this is exactly what happened to a University of Melbourne student who was forced to choose between taking a study abroad program in Britain or Canada.
Key points:The University of Newcastle, New Zealand is a study program that allows students to study abroad for five years with up to five full-time students from overseas and their familiesIf you’re interested in a study overseas program in the UK or Canada, you can find more details on the University of Manchester website.
Ms Pinto said she wanted to take the Newcastle program, which was funded by the United Kingdom’s Universities and Colleges Union, to the UK.
She was surprised by how easy it was to find the program on the website and the fact that it was in New Zealand.
“It was really easy to do, and it was all about the same terms and conditions,” she said.
“I had no idea what I was getting into.”
In a statement, the University said it did not provide details of its research programs and would not comment on individual cases.
“The University does not provide specific information regarding any of its programs,” the statement said.
The Newcastle University has also said it would “provide a response to this inquiry at the earliest opportunity”.
The program is funded by both the UK and the University’s overseas partners, including the University College London, the Faculty of Social Sciences and the School of Education.
Students from all over the world can apply for a scholarship to study in New England.
The university said the program offered opportunities for students to “engage in research and engage with a global community of people”.
“These opportunities can help students develop their academic, professional and personal skills and to engage with the broader New England community,” it said.