Man, they're both so beautiful, but which one (Teacher's College)?
so, as my undergraduate years come to a close, im beginning to look at teacher's colleges. im positive that i want to go to Australia and i've found two that have exactly what i want program wise, so im judging them on campus now.
James Cook University - North Queensland
benefits: literally ON the beach (which is big for me)
University of the Sunshine Coast - Queensland
benefits: beautiful architecture, relatively small (only 4000 students). now, it's also close to a beach, not ON it like JCU, but about a 10 min drive...
im leaning towards USC based on pure beauty alone, but i also like to look out my window at the water...
it's just a name used for Graduate studies in education. Both of these are regular universities, offering undergraduate programs and the like, but they also offer graduate programs in education. i'm looking to be a high school english teacher.
the beach might be too much of a distraction...specially Aussie ladies are notorious for being so hot. So them in bikinis might be too much for me.
Mac Danzig is still on his back; his sweaty, pumped white torso is flushed with the auburn heat that auburn skin produces when it is aroused. His panting, fetching head has been pushed up against the cage by... Marc Bocek’s energetic pounding...
Yeah man...USC's buildings are cutting edge design. I like...
But if it were me ants, I'd go with the school with less students, to be honest. Reason being, professors will be a lot more helpful when they can interact with thier students on a one-on-one basis you know?
A teacher remembering your name & face without looking at a student roster and seeing if you're present, is an advantage to you in the long run.
i'm a monster
i'm a maven
i know this world is changin'
never gave in
never gave up
i'm the only thing i'm afraid of