Take your career to the next level! Postgraduate Coursework Information Night

Not quite sure where your undergraduate study might lead? Want to greatly expand you knowledge or get ahead of the crowd in your chosen career? The upcoming Postgraduate Coursework Information Night will answers all of your burning questions about study beyond your undergraduate degree. You’d be surprised at how many flexible study options are available […]

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Three Minute Thesis Final – Next Week!

Could you explain your thesis project in just three minutes, using only one PowerPoint slide? That’s the challenge ten of our research students will tackle in the national 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. The ability to effectively communicate research impact is a skill that all of our researchers must develop. In 2014, the University is […]

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Writing China in Country

A group of lucky Creative Writing students have returned from China after completing a Winter School Study Tour of China. The course they completed, entitled Writing China in Country, was a three week program that allowed students to hone their skills in creative writing at the Beijing Foreign Studies University in China. There they encountered […]

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Registration Now Open for South Australia Model UN Conference

Interested in world politics? Ever seen yourself sitting in the United Nations as a representative of your country? Register now for the 2014 South Australia Model UN Conference, to be held on 21-24 September. Take the role of a UN delegate and debate some of the world’s most pressing current issues. This is an amazing […]

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Chilla Bulbeck Prize Winners Announced

The winners of the Chilla Bullbeck Prize, established to celebrate the work of Professor Emerita Chilla Bulbeck, a retired staff member of the Discipline of Gender Studies and Social Analysis in the School of Social Sciences, have been announced. The prize of $400 is awarded to the student enrolled in in GSSA 1001 Social Sciences […]

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SA Writers Centre Offers “Digital Writers’ Room”

The art of writing has changed a lot recently. Aspiring and professional writers alike must learn to work not just on paper, but in interactive digital spaces. The SA Writers Centre is offering writers the opportunity to gain valuable experience in this field. Christy Dena, writer-designer-director and expert in the creative digital arena, will be […]

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Brian Coghlan Scholarship in German – Applications Close Friday 15 August

Students currently studying German are encouraged to apply for the Brian Coghlan Scholarship in German. This scholarship, worth $1,500 for one year, will be made available to support students wishing to undertake the course German in Germany or who want to participate in a recognised Germany-Australia semester exchange program. Applications are open to any student […]

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Trauma, Drama and Grammar: Pair-o’-Docs Exploring Language Story and Healing

Howard Goldenberg will join Ghil’ad Zuckermann, Professor of Linguistics and Endangered Languages, on the 18 August at 8pm to discuss Goldenburg’s latest novel “Carrots and Jaffas”. Howard Goldenberg is a writer, a reader and a doctor. He is the author of the highly successful memoir, My Father’s Compass (Hybrid, 2007), and Raft, an intimate and […]

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Amnesty International Volunteer Positions Available

Amnesty International Australia is looking for passionate volunteers looking to get involved in Human Rights Activism. Volunteer positions are currently available as part of the Schools Outreach Team. School Mentors and School Speakers are wanted to speak to and educate High School students about international human rights issues and motivate activism in school communities. Volunteers […]

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Summer Research Scholarships 2014-2015

Up to 60 Summer Research Scholarships are available at the University of Adelaide each year. If you are considering undertaking postgraduate study at the University, now is the time to apply for a scholarship. Each scholarship provides a living allowance of not less that $200 per week for six weeks.  This allowance will support students […]

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