Student Profiles

Students arriving in 2018!

Students arrive in Australia in January, June, July and August each year. To view student profiles by country, please select your preference from the list below. Please note that only a handful of the students who will be arriving are shown below and we are receiving new profiles each week If you would like our hosting coordinator to send you a selection of full student profiles for you to review and decide which student may fit into your family best, then please contact us or complete our web form below. Alternatively you can email us or send us a message via Facebook.The full profiles include letters to the host family from both the student and their parents.  No obligation!


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Germany 16 year old German student Fynn tells us his favourite subjects are maths, history, biology and sport. Since learning about Australia at school he has been keen to experience the culture, nature, animal life and of course, the people. After playing soccer since the age of 5, he has decided to try American football. He also likes bandminton and volleyball and is curious to learn more about rugby and surfing while on exchange in Australia. In his freetime, Fynn likes to go hang with friends and go swimming, bicycling and go to the cinema. Fynn helps at home cleaning up, taking the rubbish out and washing the dishes. He describes himself as a sporty, friendly, social, animal loving person.


Japan 16 year old student Tomoki from Japan enjoys the local beach in summer where he plays volleyball and rugby with his friends and tells us his favourite team is the NSW Waratahs. On the weekends he likes to visits many places such as Universal Studios or the local theatre with family and friends. He is good at the abacus and is a five dan in mental arithmetic. While in Australia Tomoki is really looking forward to improving his English skills and playing rugby. He helps his family by cleaning his room and describes himself as positive, brave and friendly.