Transnational Transience and Migrant Anxiety
It’s been about a month into the new term for most Sydney universities, which means an influx of new students, on exchange or moving to study here for the long haul. Sydney is consistently ranked among the world’s most global cities, filled with international students many oceans and time-zones away from home. It’s a daunting move, to uproot yourself from your support community back home to study in a foreign place. What could help ease the nerves? Associate Professor Catherine Gomes of RMIT University’s School of Media and Communication is on the line to discuss.