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5 tips for standing out from the crowd!

The current job market is competitive but don’t be disheartened, there is a great deal you can do to stand out from the crowd! Here are some of our tips for making this happen! Write a brilliant resume: The golden rule is to tailor your resume for each job you apply for. To set yourself […]

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Natalie Wade

Australian Young Lawyer of the Year strives for equal rights

At the age of 27, solicitor and University of Adelaide law graduate Natalie Wade (LLB 2012, B Com (Mgt) 2011) has been given the prestigious title of the Australian Young Lawyer of the Year. Presented by the Law Council, Natalie has been recognised for her advocacy for equality within the legal profession. Natalie is currently […]

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Alumna launches multilingual magazine

Alumna Raelke Grimmer has combined her passions for writing and languages in a multilingual publication. Raelke started ‘Tongues’ as an online magazine in 2014, after completing her Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics at the University of Adelaide. “I created Tongues out of a passion for language, linguistics and writing,” Grimmer said. “Australia considers itself […]

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Award-winning jazz guitarist ‘grew up’ at Elder Con

In a major coup for the University’s Elder Conservatorium of Music, a dissertation by one of its most gifted PhD performance candidates, Quentin Angus (BMus (Hons) 2008), has been recognised by one of the world’s leading authorities on jazz, the prestigious Downbeat magazine. Quentin’s recordings, informed by his study on the role of rhythm in […]

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Laura’s German interest receives recognition

Laura Clemow’s passion for all things German has aided her in making SA home after relocating from interstate to study at the University of Adelaide. The Bachelor of Arts and German studies Honours graduate chose the University of Adelaide for “the opportunity to be able to study German at university level.” “I was also attracted […]

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Professor Kym Anderson recruited to high profile boards

Professor Kym Anderson from the School of Economics has recently been made a member of a number of prestigious Economics groups and panels in Europe and the US.

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