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Victoria Mita

Victoria Mita

Victoria Mita is a graduate of Loyola University Maryland, and studied abroad in Melbourne for a semester. After graduation, she worked with the Education Team at the Australian Trade Commission in Washington, D.C. She decided to go back to Australia, moving to Adelaide for several months. As a certified elementary teacher, Victoria’s heart is vested in education, but she still has more to see and learn in this great big world before she runs a classroom!

Articles By Victoria Mita

A Guide to Studying Abroad in Australia Published 01 Aug 2016

Wanna cuddle a koala or spot a wallaby on the side of your hiking path? You can, if you study abroad in Australia! We all know the about the sun and sand, but what about the diverse cuisine, 40,000+ year old indigenous culture, the exotic wildlife of ...

A Guide to Camp Counselor Internships Abroad Published 25 Jul 2016

Remember those summer days of playtime, adventures, and discovery? The outdoors called explorers and the day ahead was full of motion: climbing, swimming, camping, telling ghost stories, and roasting s’mores. Guess what? It’s possible to r...

A Guide to TEFL Courses in North America Published 02 Jun 2016

From the cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula to the peaks of the Canadian Rockies, North America offers an endless juxtaposition of languages, cultures, landscapes, and opportunities for high-quality TEFL certification. A magnet for people from across th...

A Guide to Studying Public Management Abroad Published 13 May 2016

Public management is the degree to pursue abroad, whether your interests are domestic or international. Studying public management abroad will incorporate a mastery of communications, negotiation, marketing, and leadership. In fact, you’d be sur...

A Guide to Studying Abroad in Germany Published 05 May 2016

Germany is home to more than just Hefeweizen and Currywurst. There’s also football stadiums, gummy bears, fast cars, and Lederhosen in the mix. On top of all that, Germany is one of the world’s most dynamic countries and is extremely welco...

Sydney: Not Quite NYC (In A Good Way)

If Sydney is "the New York of Australia," why go that distance to study in New York? Because it’s cleaner! Just kidding. (Kind of). All jokes aside, when people compare Sydney to New York, it’s more about emphasizing such an impressive and influential ...