Julien Rosendhal is back from France and is now going to China
Julien Rosendhal is back from France and is now going to China John Gass

The multi-talented Mr Rosendahl is back in the Tweed

THE world is Julien Rosendahl's, of Tweed Heads.

The uni student has just returned from Paris where he presented a paper on unemployment.

The Griffith University student's research was read at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development conference.

"It was an incredible experience," he said.

"Unbeknownst to myself until arriving in Paris, I was invited to discuss and debate youth unemployment at a lunch debate."

But acadamia is not his only skill, he is also a talented musician who switched from studying music to an Arts/Law degree - the decision was based on his own employment prospects.

And this experience helped him give an empirical touch to his paper.

While his study is intense, it doesn't stop him from getting back out onto the world stage again.

Mr Rosendahl's hectic schedule doesn't to stop at acadamia and music.

Next Monday he flies to China where he will volunteer for a local community.

"I will be learning to speak Mandarin," he said.



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