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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Argentina

Argentina 16 year old Candelaria from Argentina speaks Spanish and tells us her favourite subjects at school are Arts, Drama and History. She has taken Musical Comedy classes since 3 years of age and is hoping to continue something similar while on exchange. While in Australia, Candelaria is looking forwarding to trying new things and is curious about life in another country, this is why she wants to go no exchange. Her favourite food is an Argentinean dish known as Milanesas which she will cook for you and hopes to try some typical Australian dishes too. Candelaria describes herself as artistic and sociable. Her parents tell us she very trustworthy, positive and always cheerful. At home, he helps with the dishes, setting the table, cleaning her room and generally helping her parents.

Austria

Austria Amelie is a 15 year old Austrian student who speaks German and is learning French. In her free time she enjoys going to the cinema, swimming and playing the guitar with her best friend. Amelie tells us that her classes are mainly sports at school which is fun but exhausting. She is looking forward to the relaxed culture and meeting new people while in Australia and would like to try surfing and horse riding. Amelie describes herself as friendly, open, trustworthy and a good listener. At home, she helps with the laundry and in the kitchen plus keeps her room clean.
Austria Olivia is a 16 year old Austrian student who also speaks Spanish. She tells us that her main reason for going on exchange is to meet new people, learn about a new culture and everything that comes with it such as different subjects and school life. She is very sporty and her hobbies include martial arts, going to the gym and horse riding. Olivia’s favourite subjects at school are English, Psychology , History, PE and Art. She describes herself as creative, extroverted and easy to get along with. Olivia helps at home with some cooking and the dishes.

France

France 16 year old French student Samuel tells us he enjoys horse riding, video games and swimming and hopes to become a pilot one day. He has travelled extensively and is looking forward to improving his English, going to a new school and meeting new people while in Australia. Samuel describes himself as shy to begin with and then very sociable, generous and serious. At home, he helps with the dishes, setting the table, cleaning his room and generally helping his parents.

Germany

Germany 15 year old German student Bennet tells us his family and friends would describe him as open, funny, sport and creative. Bennet’s favourite subjects at school are English, PE, Politics- Society –Economy and History. While in Australia he hope to improve his English, meet new people and make new experiences. In his free time, Bennet enjoys tennis, soccer and bicycling. He helps at home with clearing and setting the dinner table, some cooking, tidying the kitchen and in the garden.
Germany 16 year old German student Chiara also speaks Spanish. She tells us she wants to come to Australia to improve her English and experience daily life in another culture. Chiara is hoping to throw a Boomerang, try surfing and other sporting activities. She describes herself happy, active, adventurous and polite. In her free time, Chiara enjoys listening and dancing to music with her friends. She helps at home by keeping her room tidy and setting and clearing the dinner table.
Germany 16 year old German student Jan tells us his passion is fixed wing gliding which is very important to him. He has been learning to fly (glide) since 2016. He also mentions that he is not a typical German because he doesn’t like playing soccer (football). In his freetime, Jan enjoys hanging with his friends and being outdoors riding his bike. He describes himself as a little introverted, happy, active and calm. At home Jan helps with hanging the washing, taking out the bin and keep his room tidy. While in Australia, he is looking forward to experiencing a different school system and lifestyle.
Germany Jan- Lucas is 15 year old German student who also speaks French. He enjoys sports and trains for soccer and tennis a couple of times a week. Jan-Lucas recently enjoyed the school band and plays the drums which he also trains for once a week. His hobbies which are also his passion are Marvel and Harry Potter movies. In his free time, he listens to all types of music and plays board games with his family. While in Australia Lars hopes to improve his English, meet new people, become more self confident and make decisions while meeting new friends. He helps at home cooking some easy meals, tidying up, doing the dishes and in the garden.
Germany Lars is 16 year old German student who also speaks Spanish. He tells us his favourite subjects at school are Maths, English and Physics. While in Australia he is hoping to improve his English, learn about the diverse landscape and meet new people. In his free time, Lars enjoys swimming to keep fit, playing soccer and badminton, has his gliding license and volunteers at the Fire Brigade once a week. Lars helps at home by washing up, vacuuming and cutting the grass. He describes himself as friendly, funny and open.
Germany Lilien is a 16 year old German student who also speaks French. Her favourite subjects at school are Chemistry, Art and Sports and she also enjoys German and English. Lilien’s friends describe her as calm, friendly and open-minded. In her free time, she likes to meet with friends and go to the cinema, play mini golf and go shopping. At school during the she plays basketball and dances. Her family enjoy skiing, snowboarding trips during the winter and holidaying by the sea in summer. While in Australia, Lilien is looking forward to getting to know the Australian culture, meet new people, improve her English and ‘make’ new experiences. She also hopes to cook a traditional German meal for her Host family. Lilien helps at home with some cooking, cleaning her room and bathroom and helping her younger sibling with homework.

Italy

Italy 16 year old Italian student Myriam tells us her favourite subjects at school are science, philosophy and literature. In her free time she enjoys reading novels, watching comic movies, cooking to relax , going out with friends, shopping, taking care of her health by going to the gym and practicing Yoga. Whilst in Australia she would like to meet new friends, discover our beautiful nature and landscapes, create a relationship with her host family, know our culture, join some school spot clubs. Myriam describes herself as determined, sensitive, responsible, mature, quite shy, dynamic and curious. She helps at home by keeping her room tidy, washing up and general household duties.

Japan

Japan 15 year old Japanese student Momoka tells us she enjoys studying Japanese swords, playing Japanese games and animation. She is fascinated with different cultures and is really looking forward learning all about the Australian culture and improving her English. Momoka plays the violin and will enjoy playing Japanese songs on her violin for her host family. She also enjoys singing and playing the piano. Momoka describes herself as curious, positive, Frank, honest and amiable. She helps at home the dishes and general house cleaning.
Japan 16 year old Japanese student Musashi tells us he loves Rugby and has played since he was five years old. He is the Captain of his Rugby team and enjoys being part of the team. His favourite subject is English and is looking forward to improving his English while in Australia. He also hopes to try scuba diving and skiing too. Musashi is keen to meet new friends and get along well with his Host family showing them some Japanese traditions while learning theirs. He describes himself as cheerful, kind, good communicator and animal lover. Musashi helps at home by keeping his room tidy, doing the dishes and walking the dog.
Japan Moeka is a 16 year old student from Japan who tells us she is a member of the Japanese Tea Ceremony Club. Her favourite sport is tennis which she enjoys playing more than watching and hopes to try some ‘famous’ Australian sports while on exchange. Moeka would also like to improve her English which is her favourite subject and experience the local life directly. She looks forward to also making some Japanese dishes for her Host family. Moeka describes herself as positive, curious, friendly and energetic. She helps at home with dinner, washing the dishes and cleaning the bathroom plus looking after her younger sibling.
Japan Ziula is a 16 year old student from Japan who also speaks Spanish. She tells us that English is her favourite subject and she cannot wait to come to Australia and improve her English and experience a different culture and different foods. She also would like to try basketball and swimming in the ocean. Ziula describes herself as positive, curious, flexible, sometime’s serious but always willing to try new things. She helps at home with the washing and some cooking.