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Contributor’s profile: Aramiha Harwood

Aramiha Harwood.

Aramiha Harwood has studied and worked in Australia and New Zealand. His research in New Zealand has mainly involved the return migrations of young Maori to Aotearoa from Australia. He was a researcher on the Youth Pathways Project at the Youth Research Centre, University of Melbourne, looking at the complexity of post-compulsory education pathways young people take into work, career and life. This, combined with his interest in international education, has lead to his Phd research on Singaporean students who studied in Australia – whereby he attempts to look at their study overseas as more than gaining a qualification, it is also a life transition into young adulthood. E-mail: aramiha@yahoo.com.au



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