The World Federation is pleased to announce an incredible opportunity for two students to study in Australia!
We are seeking a vibrant group of youth leaders to act as Peer Advisors for prospective and current International Students from our community. Peer Advisors will be mentors and friends to foreign students and will provide valuable advice / assistance through the student’s journey. Your support will make all the difference through one of the most important steps a young person will take in their life.
Applications welcome from all corners of the globe. Female candidates are especially encouraged to apply.
Peer Advisors will...
- Assist The World Federation and The Africa Federation in compiling application procedure in various countries that our students study in.
- Provide information on scholarships, grants and other sources of funding available in their countries.
- Be available on Skype / email to answer questions that aspiring students will have regarding applications, settling in and general University life.Peer Advisors will be present to listen and help wherever possible. They will draw on their expertise, experience and passion in making university life memorable for our students.
If you want to get involved, please e-mail:
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It’s the question you’ll be asked so many times throughout both your application to study medicine and throughout your medical education and career. So before I tell you a bit about myself and my path into medicine, as well as tips on helping you do the same, I feel it’s pivotal that this is the question we need to address first.
The benefits of having a university education are manifold and range from financial to cultural. The Holy Prophet (SAW) has said “Seek Knowledge even if it as far as China.” A perfect example of this quote was done by one of our very own community sisters. Fatima Munir Walji has gone all the way to Korea to achieve her dream of learning 15 languages. This is her story!