Wirltu Yarlu would like to congratulate the students who recently completed and graduated from their Certificate IV in Legal Services at TAFESA in Port Augusta. A Certificate IV in Legal Services is a direct pathway into the University of Adelaide’s Bachelor of Laws program. We look forward to seeing these students next semester!
NAIDOC Week Lecture
In celebration of NAIDOC week, Wirltu Yarlu and the National Centre for Aboriginal Language and the Music Studies are hosting the inaugural NAIDOC lecture theatre. Presenters include: – Kaurna Warra Pinyanthi – The Centre of Aboriginal Studies in Music (CASM) – The Mobile Language Team Please RSVP by Tuesday 4th July.
A Word from our ATSI SRC Representative
Hello everyone, this is Steven (ATSI SRC Rep). I hope the first semester has gone well for you all. I just wanted to inform everyone that I have been lucky enough to get a new job and as such I will not be at Adelaide University next semester. I hope someone can be found to […]
Needing to Go Home?
Tertiary students and secondary students not at a secondary school can use ABSTUDY Fares Allowance for a range of circumstances: travel at the start and end of studies travel for study of more than 1 semester compassionate travel exam travel, and graduation travel You may be eligible to claim reimbursement for fares you have already […]
I started my cadetship at the beginning of the year working in the Medical School offices, one day a week. I really enjoy working there and I’ve learnt so much in the past couple months. Having this opportunity has allowed me to gain vital experience in a real workforce and has allowed me to gain […]
Karnkanthi Indigenous Education Program Launch
Karnkanthi (pronounced ‘Garn-ganthi’) means ‘lifting up’ in Kaurna language. Launched on the eve of Reconciliation Week, the new Karnkanthi Indigenous Education Program, the first of its kind in Australia, has been developed for high-achieving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in Years 11 and 12/13. The program runs alongside existing high school curriculums and provides […]
Wirltu Yarlu Tutoring Program
Interested in tutoring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Uni students? The Wirltu Yarlu Tutoring Program is seeking 3rd, 4th and graduated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students for tutoring/ mentoring positions. We are seeking Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander tutors to assist 1st and 2nd year students with their academic needs. For more information please […]
Wirltu Yarlu are excited to announce that Rosemary Wanganeen and Uncle Rodney (Rod) O’Brien are now available through Wirltu Yarlu for staff and student support and guidance. Rosemary and Rod are employed as Cultural Advisors as part of Wirltu Yarlu’s Student Success Strategy and can assist with cultural issues, identity, protocol, well-being and support and […]
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