I began my Australian education journey in January 2008 in Adelaide studying at the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu (LCB). I achieved my Bachelor of Business (International Hotel Management) in July 2010. Life was enjoyable and was full of experience throughout the whole journey. I have made many friends which are my best and met many people from different cultures round the world. We are like family away from home enjoying, relaxing and learning together.
There is a whole array of benefits from studying in Adelaide. First thing the weather is wonderful, cool weather throughout the year, a good place for relaxing, exercising and playing outdoor sports. Everything you need is available in the city within 10 minutes walking distance, from supermarkets to banking and to all kinds of food. Australian food – pizza, pasta and risottos, Asian – Chinese, Vietnam, Korean, Japanese, Malaysian, Singaporean. There is also Indian, Greek, Argentinian, Italian and other European foods available.
Besides the city, you can catch the train, buses to other suburbs or 30 mins tram to Glenelg beach where you can enjoy the sea breeze, get a tan during summer and get your favourite ice creams. During you holidays or the weekends, you can embark on a two to three hour drive either North to the famous Barossa valley for winetasting in over more than 70 wineries or South to Mclaren Vale for even more wine and relaxation. There is so much to see and enjoy in Adelaide and you will always be welcomed to this big great family.
Work experience was fantastic in Australia too. I managed to work in various different positions during school industry placement of LCB and even during school time. I worked in a total of 4 different hotels, Sheraton Mirage Port Douglas, Stamford Grand Adelaide, Hilton Adelaide and currently at Sheraton on the Park, Sydney.
After living, study and working in Adelaide, I moved to Sydney to pursue my Masters in Professional Accounting at the University of Sydney. The school is fantastic, it’s Australia’s Oldest School, with much heritage and school activities. Life is fantastic to study, live and work in Australia, I would recommend anyone to come visit and complete their studies here.Thank you Joshua Tang and team at AAC