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This article examines the ways in which Canadian students on an exchange or study abroad programme in Australia articulated the value of their experience in connection with time and, more particularly, time constraints. Where Canadian universities o en promote study abroad programmes in connection with the global knowledge-based economy, students' desires to travel abroad were more o en rooted in a desire to take 'time out' while remaining productive towards the completion of future goals.doi:10.3167/aia.2010.170103 fatcat:nzznwllgqndn7j6wg5y7pcuqsa