Welcome to the Project Global Citizen Cultural Quiz

The purpose of this quiz is simply to track your improvement before and after you complete the Project Global Citizen cultural competency accelerator program.

At the end of this quiz you will receive a free personalised Cultural Adjustment Risk Assessment. If this is your first time taking the quiz and your results put you in the higher risk categories, don't worry. You're not expected to have the correct answers at this stage - that's what we're here for!

The quiz takes only 7 to 9 minutes to complete. No individual names will be mentioned in the findings without your permission, so don’t worry – your answers are confidential.

Be sure to answer all the questions as skipping questions reduces the validity of your results and decreases your chances of being selected to participate in the Project Global Citizen program.

Let’s begin!

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* 1. Your interests
Thinking about your personal priorities, ranks these statements in order of importance, from most important being (1) to least important being 6).

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* 2. My country of origin is

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* 3. My gender is

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* 4. The Sunshine Coast education institution I am currently studying at is...

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* 5. Academic life in Australia

In Australia, no additional research and reading is necessary to complete assignments given by my teacher.

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* 6. In Australia, my teacher is responsible for making sure I know everything I need to pass.

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* 7. If my teacher says something in class I don’t agree with, it is acceptable to say in class what I think.

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* 8. How to achieve good teamwork is the same no matter what country you’re from.

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* 9. If I am doing an assignment, it is acceptable to cut and paste information

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* 10. If I have an accident or need help because I feel unsafe, I can trust the police in Australia.

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* 11. When I am at a social gathering or a party in Australia, it is easy to tell what is safe or not, based on my overseas experience.

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* 12. What good behaviour means between males and females is the same here in Australia or around the world as it is in my home country.

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* 13. If I have a problem that I cannot talk to my friends and family about, I can find confidential help through my education institution.

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* 14. Working in Australia

If I need a job to support myself, I can work as much as I want if my boss pays me cash.

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* 15. If I am offered an unpaid internship, I should not take it.

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* 16. It will be easy to find an internship after I graduate.

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* 17. I do not need to do an internship before I graduate; I should only focus on getting the highest marks possible.

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* 18. An internship will lead directly to a paid job.

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* 19. I don’t have any legal rights at work in Australia.

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* 20. Social Life in Australia
I would have achieved my goals faster if I had more understanding of Australian culture before I arrived.

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* 21. I should ask for help as soon as I have a problem, no matter if it relates to my studies, a health issue, or if I just feel lonely and sad.

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* 22. I should always try to solve problems on my own to avoid embarrassing or disappointing my family.

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* 23. It was easy to make friends of nationalities other than my own when I arrived in Australia.

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* 24. My social media networks from home were enough to support me when I first arrived in Australia.

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* 25. If you're applying for the scholarship, you'll need to provide us with the following contact details.

Contact details:

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