Student Profiles

Students arriving in 2019!

Students arrive in Australia in January, June and July 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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Austria

Austria 17 year old Anna is a student from Austria who also speaks German and Spanish. Her favourite subjects at school are Music, Physics and Maths. Her activities include Dance and Singing classes and in her free time, Anna enjoys going to pop concerts, listening to music, going to the theatre with her family and hanging out with her friends on the weekend. While in Australia, Anna is looking forward learning about a new culture, meeting people and experiencing a new school life. She describes herself as open, funny, bright, friendly, organised and helpful. At home, she helps with the cooking , tidying her room, washing the dishes and doing some laundry.

Denmark

Denmark Anna Camilla is a 16 year student from Denmark also speaks Norwegian and German. In her free time, she enjoys swimming, going to the movies, cooking and hanging with her friends. She tells us that she also has two jobs after school to earn some money for her exchange. While in Australia, Anna Camilla is looking forward to trying new sports, becoming more independent and improving her English. She describes herself as happy and helpful and tells us that family is very important to her. At home, she helps by stacking the dishwasher, doing her laundry, setting the table and clearing her room.

Finland

Finland 17 year old Iisa is a student from Finland who also speaks German, Swedish, Spanish and French. She tells us her favourite things to do are learning languages and about other cultures. Iisa also enjoys reading, listening to music, spending time with friends and going to the beach. While on her combo exchange to both Australia and New Zealand she is looking forward to trying many different sports, learning about a new way of life and culture. Iisa tells us she is ambitious, hardworking, independent and a little shy sometimes. At home, she helps with the cooking and cleaning.
Finland Amelie is a 16 year student from Finland who also speaks Swedish, Dutch and a little Spanish. She tells us that her parents communicate in English so she is also use to hearing the English language. Amelie’s favourite subjects at school are English and Biology. In her free time she enjoys cooking with her family and friends, horse riding, going to the movies and spending time at the family’s summer cottage. Amelie tells us that she is looking forward to experiencing both the New Zealand and Australian cultures and unique nature while on her combination exchange to both countries. She finds the people in both countries more open and social. Amelie describes herself as happy, positive, helpful and one who doesn’t give up easily. At home, she helps with the cooking, tidying her room and taking the family dogs for a walk.

Germany

Germany Wilhelm is a 16 year old student from Germany who also speaks Italian. His favourite subjects at school are Biology, Chemistry, PE and Maths. In his free time, he enjoys track & field, boxing , chess and skat. He also tells us that his favourite disciplines are endurance sports. During last summer he received his rescue-diver certificate. While in Australia, Wilhelm is looking forward to experiencing a new culture and starting a new chapter in his life. His family describe him as open-minded, adventurous, full of energy, flexible and thirsty for knowledge. At home, he helps with the dishes, taking the rubbish out and cleaning his room.