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Realities of post-university for an international student

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11:00 AM | 12 May 2017
by Bunga Runtunuwu
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Recent graduate Bunga Runtunuwu reflects on the troubles international students may have after graduating of landing a job immediately.

So this is it. The moment that you’ve been waiting for since the night after fresher’s week is finally here. You are finally done studying, and if you are like any other university student in general, you are out of it for good. You might feel relieved, but some (or most) of you probably feel disoriented, a bit lost, and actually more stressed than that time you cried at 3am on the day your dissertation was due. The intensity of these cases is immensely multiplied if you are an international student.

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