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Foreword: International students welcome

Sarah Todd
Professor Sarah Todd
International Pro-Vice-Chancellor

Making the decision to study in another country is never an easy one.

Choosing to relocate across the world at postgraduate level can be even more complex, and often involves not only the potential student, but also partners and children.

The University of Otago prides itself on the number of students from 100 different countries who do make this decision every year, with international students now comprising a significant proportion of the total postgraduate student cohort…

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In Brief

Postgraduates Welcomed
About 200 postgraduate students were warmly welcomed…

Media can matter
When you're a doctoral student, a little publicity can go a long way…

Redshirts Rule!
It may seem like a long way from the Dunedin campus…

Dominating your doctoral degree
Starting a PhD can be almost as daunting as finishing it, and…

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