Monthly Archives: March 2014
Kangaroo Island Tour
Tour Includes: 1 Breakfast, 2 lunches, 2 dinners, 1 nights accommodation (male and female rooms and bathrooms) plus all entrance fees and ferry fare
All special Dietary requirements catered for
Cost: $290 (SPECIAL PRICE! Only 21 seats available)
When: April 5th and 6th 2014
More Information: Jayne (firstname.lastname@example.org) or 0414 929848
The tour provides the following:
Bush walking to see native […]
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New Japanese Club!
JCS (Japanese Cultural Studies) is a class run by Japanese students studying in the University of Adelaide. We aim to teach recent Japanese Culture along with useful Japanese. We’re creating a friendly atmosphere that anyone can join. The class is run every Friday from 12pm in Ligertwood Room 420. Please come by and have a […]
Fork on the Road returns
Fork on the Road is returning to Light Square as a part of the Adelaide Food and Wine Festival, which is between 4 April and 13 April 2014.
The event is for dinner on Friday 4 April from 5:30 pm. It will feature a range of favourite and new food trucks in combination with local wine, […]
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Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) 2014
Peer Assisted Study Session (PASS) is to enable students to understand the key concepts of the study course and achieve their best results. The sessions are led by experienced students or PASS leaders, who have mastered the course and want to help new students learn how to succeed.
It gives students the chance to meet in […]
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Earth Hour Australia 2014
Earth Hour was found in 2007 at Sydney and now embaraced across 7001 cities and 152 nations across the globe. It focuses on standing up for the most threatened place in each country and spreading the awareness.
In 2014, Earth Hour will focus attention on one of the world’s most iconic and threatened places: Australia’s Great […]
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Safer Campus Community
Daylight savings will be ending soon and the nights will get darker as winter approaches. Leaving the campus alone at night can be dangerous and we encourage you to take precautionary actions to ensure you travel safely to your car, bus, train, taxi or local accommodation. There will be pocket cards distributed on campus this […]
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Rock Climbing (Indoors)
Ever wanted to be like Spiderman? Would you like to challenge your limits or fear of heights?
Then try a hand at rock climbing!
Hop on the free tram down to Elder Park or Thebarton, and walk to Ware Street for Adelaide’s Bouldering Club / Boulderzone (https://www.facebook.com/aboulderingclub). Find the gym at 10 Ware Street. Entrance fees […]
Careers Expo 2014
Are you looking for employment in Australia? It is something not to be missed out then!
The University’s Careers Expo gives students chance to meet graduate and vacation employers from across Australia. The event also features a few international organisations and professional bodies. You can learn about different employers in your field, network, and find out […]
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It’s late notice but wouldn’t you like the opportunity to help out your fellow students and get some free food ?
You may have visited the University’s health and well-being website, UniThive. In regards to this, there is a workshop on Thursday 20th March between 1:10pm – 2:40pm to discuss the development of a blog on […]
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Need for Language Exchange
Are you interested in sharing your language with domestic students and in turn learn Aussie culture?
Well, this is something worth checking out, then!
The Language and Cultural Exchange (LCE) Program run by the International Student Centre (ISC) is looking for students who speak any of these languages – German, French, Indonesian, and Japanese!
The program is […]