Welcome to the International Student Support (ISS) News & Events blog! The blog has been developed to supplement the International Students’ weekly newsletter, which we email to your student email each teaching week (please read it carefully, as it includes important information about your student visa!). Staff from the ISS will update this blog regularly throughout the year with information about what’s on in Adelaide and at the University. You will also find links and information about other opportunities for international students.
Study Adelaide is excited to launch a new event focusing on student’s employability. ‘Real Day Out’ is an immersive experience for students to learn the Australian working culture, and learn about future careers and job roles. Students can learn to take on the jobs of the future, meet potential employers, entrepreneurs and exporters.
Like an amazing race, students will work in teams to solve clues and work through business problems across Adelaide’s city centre based on areas of interest.
Details of the event are as follow:
Date: Thursday 20 April 2017
Time: 9:30am to 6pm
Venue: Across Adelaide’s city center
Cost: $10 (students will receive a $10 lunch voucher)
Ticket sales will close on 13 April 2017.
Are you thinking about watching your first Soccer match Live!? Here is what one of our student had to say, about their live Soccer match experience!
“Utilising Study Adelaide’s offer, I watched Adelaide United’s soccer match against Jeju United at Hindmarsh Stadium on 15 March 2017.
The first half of the game was slow and uneventful. Players scuttled like crabs, from the left to the right and back again, as the ball was passed sideways and seldom forwards.
However, the game became extremely exciting and tense in the second half. Maybe it was due to the remaining adrenaline, having been saved by a friend from a wayward soccer ball that was kicked by an Adelaide player and flew straight at my head, but not soon after that happened, Adelaide scored the first goal at 51 minutes. We cheered frantically. However, Jeju scored one too, just barely 10 minutes later, and I screamed wildly with another friend, who is a Jeju supporter. Then came a tit-for-tat scoring as we sat perched on our seats, our eyes glued to the field—just 2 minutes after Jeju scored their second goal, Adelaide came back with their second goal too; and with only 7 minutes remaining in the match, Jeju scored their third goal, but Adelaide bounced back and leveled the score just 1 minute later! The final score was a 3-3 draw at full time.
It was the most exciting match I have seen Adelaide United play! Watching soccer live at a stadium is an out-of-the-world experience—you can see the players up-close and might even have the chance to touch the ball if it comes flying into the stands!
This match is part of the Asian Champion’s League (ACL), which is in its third week, as of 16 March 2017. I previously watched Adelaide play against Gamba Osaka in the ACL, in which Gamba Osaka won the match with 3 goals to none. There seems to be two another matches scheduled for Adelaide United against Gamba Osaka and Jeju United in the next few months.
Soccer fans or not, I encourage you to watch a live match at least once in your life.
Enjoy the game!
#AUFC #StudyAdelaide #ACL2017 @jejuutdfc”
Adelaide City Council is organizing ‘Movies in The Square’ event at Victoria Square on first three Wednesdays in March 2017.
Enjoy the long, cool Summer evenings at the Square by grabbing food from food trucks; sit back and relax a favorite movie in the great setting of Victoria Square.
When: Every Wednesday in March 2017 from 08:30 […]
Interested in playing Soccer or Volleyball? Want to meet other AU students from all over the world?
Then, SPORTS ON THE GREEN is the event for you!
We’re not looking for professional athletes – just students who are looking to have some fun! You can sign up as a team (minimum 5, maximum 7), or as an individual.
What: FREE […]
By Arthur Yeow
There is a Language and Cultural Engagement event – ‘Vietnamese Night‘ organised on Friday 10 March 2017 from 05:30 pm.
Let’s see what one of our LCE event manager has to say regarding this event.
The Language and Cultural Engagement (LCE) Team cordially invites all of you to LCE Vietnamese Night. We bring you […]
All new International Students are welcome!
International Student Welcome Party is hosted by the Rt Hon Lord Mayor of Adelaide, Martin Haese at Adelaide Town Hall. It is a welcome event for all new International Students in Adelaide.
This year, the International Student Welcome Party will be conducted on Wednesday 22 March 2017, between 05:30 – 07:00 […]
Words on Wheels are back in 2017 with two exciting tours this April!
Words on Wheels together with Study Adelaide, organize subsidised guided tours for students. They are organising two trips in April 2017.
1. Kangaroo Island Tour:
Tour Includes:1 Breakfast, 2 lunches, 2 dinners, 1 nights accommodation (male and female rooms and bathrooms) & all fees
Adelaide’s 56 years old Fringe Festival is the largest open access Arts Festival in the Southern Hemisphere!
In venues small and large, the Fringe Festival exhibits the artists from all over the country and abroad in all parts of Adelaide. In 2017, Adelaide Fringe Festival is between 17 February and 19 March 2017 and various locations […]
Are you looking to expand upon your networks and get involved in student life at the University of Adelaide?
If so, you are invited to register for the Language & Cultural Engagement (LCE) program run through the University’s International Student Support.
What is the LCE?
The LCE is a free program for University of Adelaide students with opportunities […]
The University of Adelaide Writing Centre helps all students of all levels in development as writers through in person, one-on-one consultations and online feedback.
Their aim is to support all students through any and all stages of their writing process, from initial idea to final revision, and everything in between.
Writing Centre is organising two weekly events […]
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