Monthly Archives: April 2013
Council of International Students Australia (CISA) and the Department of Immigration & Citizenship (DIAC) are holding a workshop where old topics, yet always new information, around work rights, visa issues, accommodation, support services and student engagement are discussed.
Come along to the session to hear:
the most updated student visa conditions directly from a DIAC spokesperson
practical advice […]
The UoA Theatre Guild would like to invite you to attend one of three rehearsals for their May production titled ‘Away’.
‘Away‘ opens on Saturday night with tickets selling for $23 for students. You can get in early and see the show for free this week!
Date: Wednesday 1st, Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd May
Location: The Little […]
Welcome back and we hope you have enjoyed the break!
The International Student Centre will host our first student morning tea for Term 2 this Friday. Come along with a friend, or just come to meet some new friends over free tea, coffee, cake, fruit and more…
Our morning teas are hosted each Friday morning during Semester […]
Registrations are closing soon for Alumni Events in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Thailand where graduates and family/friends interested in the University of Adelaide can meet the Vice-Chancellor and President and hear about his future plans for the University.
The registrations close on Thursday 2 May 2013.
For more information please contact Rebecca Pym or phone +61 […]
Now in its 3rd year, the Malaysian Student Career Forum provides an opportunity for Alumni and Industry Leaders based in Malaysia to present on career opportunities and advice before engaging in Q & A with students assembled in Adelaide.
This year there will be two separate panel sessions representing a wide range of professional areas matching […]
It’s the Second week of Uni/ school holidays – and the Splash fun continues!
This week Splash have a big black storytelling swan (Kudlyo: The Big Blow Up Swan), a heap of giant blue foam blocks (Imagination Playground – around the City and at the Aquatic Centre), fibreglass animals to seek (Out of the Zoo) and […]
The Adelaide University Union (AUU) VolunteerConnect (VConnect) is a program to help you link into volunteering opportunities with not-for-profit organisations. Almost three million Australians make a difference in their local community by volunteering with a wide range of not-for-profit organisations.
What’s in it for you?
Volunteering offers opportunities to gain valuable work experience in a range of […]
Council of International Students Australia (CISA) International Student of the Year award is about recognizing the significant contribution that International Students make to the Australian community.
CISA are looking for a well balanced international student, who has not only demonstrated academic excellence but also dedicated a portion of his or her time to help others and […]
Join StudyAdelaide as Minister for Status of Women Gail Gago hosts a morning tea for 40-60 high achieving female international students at Parliament House. Minister Gago will talk about her experience as a senior politician and highlight that women, in all their diversity, are valued and respected in Adelaide’s safe and socially inclusive community.
Location: The […]
There are a number of secure bike sheds located on the North Terrace Campus.
If you ride a bike to University, make sure you secure it using a solid metal ‘D’ type lock. Cable locks are easy to cut and your bike will be stolen in less time it takes for you to take a key […]