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What studying in New Zealand could be like as an international student
What could you learn?
What could you learn in New Zealand?
That, I could study a robot, and the robot can study me.
That I can ask questions whenever I want.
And I am always happy to answer them.
I learn that a mountain can be a classroom.
That scallops, should be cooked 30 seconds a side, no more.
That I can talk to my lecturer, an expert. Pnce, I even talked to the Prime Minister.
That I could start in a small country of four million people, go to America, pick up an award at Harvard, and build my own sustainable mining company.
That the skills, and experience I gained here, and the things I learned, could actually get me a job here.
That our way of teaching can make a real difference to the teachers and the students of the world.
That I could leave my home, my parents, way of life, and find a new family, make new friends, and have the experience of a lifetime.
That our son became the man we dreamed of.
That Mr. Archie, Mr. Clark, Mr. Brown, Professor Roberts, that Miss Parkinson believed in me.
What will you learn?
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