Monthly Archives: April 2014
The University of Adelaide Theatre Guild is staging William Shakespeare’s classic play, Romeo & Juliet. For more information and to book tickets, please view the Theatre Guild’s webste.
The IPGRC and the Centre for Asian Studies (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences) Present India Decides 2014.
When: Wednesday 07/05/2014 (5-7:30pm)
Where: Conference Room 7.15, Level 7 Ingkarni Wardli Building
India, the world’s largest democracy is currently holding national elections. The logistics alone are staggering. But opinion polls indicate that India’s canny voters will sweep the incumbent […]
Adelaide is Open this weekend!
Open House Adelaide is a great way to experience the city of Adelaide. 78 local buildings will be open to the public over the weekend, including some with special family activities – and it’s all completely FREE!
When: 3 & 4 May 2014
Where: All over Adelaide! To find out which buildings will […]
Wine Tasting Adelaide invites you to a Wine Tasting course designed especially for International students!
– The Language of Wine
– The difference between Wine Tasting and Wine Drinking
– The Culture of Wine in Australia
– The Wine Growing regions in Australia
– The Grapes we grow in Australia
– How to select only the best Australian Wine
When: Sunday […]
Another Friday night passed by successfully and was alive with the buzzing of students pouring in for the last Language and Cultural Exchange (LCE) Program event before the end of semester break. The theme of the week was Persian Night, and we were fortunate enough to have the assistance of Farah to write people’s […]
The Malaysian Students’ Council of Australia (MASCA) was established in Sydney by our student co-founder in 2001. MASCA is run by the students, for the students. This is made possible by a council of highly enthusiastic and motivated student leaders across Australia. We aspire to build a strong and united Malaysian community in Australia while […]
The South Australian Government, in collaboration with local industry, regularly conducts research to identify skill needs in the local labour market.
Immigration SA is the State Government agency responsible for international migration to South Australia. We offer pathways to permanent residency for skilled migrants who have occupations that are in-demand. The newly released Occupation demand list […]
The Naked CEO looks into some of the most thriving and exciting businesses operating in Australia today. Students will meet business owners, see how they really handle day-to-day challenges of running a business and most importantly, experiecen first-hand the qualities it takes to be a successful leader. It also includes;
– Reality television meets social media
INDOfest is a collaborative effort of the South Australian Indonesian community of South Australia, and is hosted by the volunteer, and not-for-profit Australian-Indonesian Association (AIA) of South Australia. Since 2008, INDOfest has been bringing the colours, flavours and sounds of Indonesia to South Australia. This annual event aims to strengthen ties between Australia and our […]
Miss waterfalls? Then pop down to Waterfall Gully at Mount Lofty! It is a great place to take a stroll, have a good run, or be one with nature.
You can bus down to Waterfall Gully Road, although it would be better to drive up the mountain to the Waterfall Gully Area as it can […]