Krishan: This is a Vegemite sandwich. It's actually not that bad.
Jack: I love sports, I love music, and they're two massive parts of the Melbourne culture.
Seija : There's different cuisines everywhere. Everyone's from everywhere. It's amazing.
Krishan: Melbourne is a very lively city. There's always something happening around.
Shamil: I've met people from more than 90 countries at RMIT.
Sharon: The lecturers, they're willing to help the students when the students have difficulties in their assignments.
Alisha Mane: You can contact them anytime you want. You can email them.
Zerui: There's a lot of supportive programs. It helps me a lot.
Chalitha W.: I was scared, to be honest, before I moved here. So, I wish I knew that it was this fun and this laid-back.
Alisha Mane: RMIT is in the central business district in Melbourne.
Krishan: It's great to get to from any part of the city.
Seija : You can go down the stairs. There's a massive supermarket down there.
Jack: So many cafes, restaurants, bars.
Alisha Mane: There are many banks around in the city as well.
Krishan: Trams are really easy to catch, especially if you're in the city area, which is free.
Shamil: This is a myki card. This is used for public transport across Victoria.
Chalitha W.: If you're coming to RMIT for the first time, you can get free airport pickup service.
Shamil: I attended the orientation a day after I came here, so I would say I was jetlagged. I'd probably recommend three, four days earlier.
Sharon: I say in a student accommodation called Atira La Trobe. It's a four minutes walk from RNIT city campus.
Krishan: I live a 15 minute walk from MIT. I live down on Flinders Street.
Alisha Mane: When you're an international student you get 20 hours a week to work. That manages my expenses for the month.
Krishan: I found a part time job. I used to work in McDonald's.
Alisha Mane: I work at a cafe at Parliament Station.
Sharon: It's a Lemington. I've never tried it before. Oh, this has jam in it.
Krishan: Aldi is less than five minutes walk from RMIT. You can get everything there for really, really cheap prices.
Chalitha W.: It was so easy to open a bank account.
Krishan: Every bank you go, they're very helpful.
Jack: This is a meat pie. But you have to be careful, because they can be very hot and very messy.
Krishan: There's this Malaysian restaurant called Laksa Bar, which we like going to.
Zerui: I like the restaurant in David Jones. They have nice hot chocolate.
Jack: I'm a big fan of Asian food, so Japanese and Korean, and there's absolutely no shortage of that, especially around RMIT.
Alisha Mane: AFL footy ball. I've tried to kick it a few times.
Chalitha W.: I got to meet Ken Richardson, a fast pacer from Melbourne Renegades, when he came to RMIT.
Shamil: RMIT offers strips and tours across regional Victoria.
Sharon: I've seen koala, kangaroo. Like they jumped to you. I think that's cute.
Alisha Mane: I just finished my master's in July, so now I'm going to look for my full-time job in my field.
Shamil: I see myself graduating as a finance graduate.
Alisha Mane: When I made new friends, I think that's when I got actually into the habit of living here.
Seija : Melbourne as a city is becoming home to me.