Monthly Archives: March 2014
The Lord Mayor of Adelaide, Stephen Yarwood and StudyAdelaide are hosting a ‘Welcome Party’ for new international students at the Adelaide Town Hall. The event will feature bands and entertainers, free food and drink, a chance to have a photo taken with a koala, and an opportunity to meet Adelaide’s Lord Mayor.
The details of the […]
Interested in giving your views on Pre-departure Information? This will be of an interest to you!
As many of you will be aware from the recent discussions and surveys you may have been involved in, the International Student Centre (ISC) is trying to improve the information that you receive before you leave your home country regarding […]
Congratulations to Rina who recently won one of the $50 vouchers for entering the Counselling and Disability Services survey draw conducted during O-Week!
The survey related to Health and Wellbeing and highlighted the UniThrive website. We strongly recommend you take a look at the site as it offers great advice and resources to assist you in […]
The ‘beyondblue‘ is an independent, not-for-profit organisation working to increase awareness and understanding of anxiety and depression in Australia and to reduce the associated stigma. Their vision is for an Australian community that understands depression and anxiety, empowers people to seek help, and supports recovery, management and resilience. On Monday 31 March, the National beyondblue […]
In conjunction with the launch of the new Adelaide University Union (AUU) Website, the AUU Employment and Volunteering Services have consolidated their volunteering opportunities under one website and will be discontinuing the V-Connect program this year as well as the V-Connect website.
This means that students will be able to identify quality volunteer opportunities as well […]
It’s a hot bustling day and no one in their right minds would want to go out in the afternoon’s heat. Right?
Well, don’t let the weather stop you from heading down to Writers’ Week (part of the Adelaide Festival http://www.adelaidefestival.com.au) at the Pioneer Women’s Memorial Garden. At Writers’ Week, you can meet your favourite […]
Meet Tracy Dancer!
Tracy is the Project Officer for Student Health and Well-being, who works for both the International Student Centre and the Counselling and Disability Service. Through the variety of projects that she is delivering she aims to make a students’ arrival and stay at the University as productive and stress free as possible. Her […]