Monthly Archives: June 2014
Chess is as easy as 1, 2, 3, so come along to the City and learn how to play this beautiful game hosted by David Koetsier from Chesslife!
See how much fun chess can be, train your brain and play against your friends. There will be giant chess pieces, three-way chess, blitz games and coaching sessions. Colour […]
The International Student Centre provides a number of different services to international students studying at the University of Adelaide. One of those services is the provision of letters.
What is a letter?
In short, a letter is an official document that verifies certain aspects of your enrolment. It comes signed by the manager of the ISC and […]
CISA is the peak national student representative organisation for international students studying at the postgraduate, undergraduate, private college, TAFE, ELICOS and foundation level. They represent and advocate for the interests and needs of all international students on a broad number of topics, such as accommodation, immigration, employment/work rights, quality education, access to education, and travel […]
Researchers from The University of Adelaide have compiled an online survey which includes questions about the motivations, activities, and intentions of Malaysians living in Australia, and/or moving between Australia and Malaysia.
The knowledge gained from analysis of the survey results will provide invaluable insight as to what are the outcomes of these movements for Australia, for […]
Tour Includes:2 Breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners, 2 nights accommodation (male and female rooms and bathrooms) & all fees
All special dietary requirements catered throughout the tour
TOUR DATE: July 7th, 8th and 9th 2014
Special Study Adelaide price: $270 per person
More information: Jayne — firstname.lastname@example.org (0414 929 848)
After departing Adelaide at 8.00 am we arrive in […]
Did you go down to see the Writers’ Installation from 29-30 May 2014, in the room beside The General in the Hub? I did! And it was quite an eye-opener.
Any passer-by would think it was just another Art Installation: things hanging from the ceilings, artefacts and art pieces cluttering the tables, pictures on the […]
The Adelaide University Union is providing a number of job training short courses in this June. These courses help you to gain the skills you need for the job you want over the semester break. Following are some of the accredited training courses provided by the AUU;
– Responsible Service of Alcohol – on Tuesday 10 […]
The Adelaide Cabaret Festival has a reputation of showcasing the best local, national and international artists in the cabaret genre. Cabaret is a form of entertainment featuring music, song, dance or drama. It is scheduled to be conducted at the Adelaide Festival Centre over a period of 3 weeks from 06 – 21 June 2014.
We were fortunate enough on Friday to have a wonderful group of Indonesian students who organised the entire event (more or less) by themselves. Rumours Café looked incredible with the colours of red and white adorning the walls and ceilings; these two colours were chosen because they match the red and white in the […]
Every Tuesday, Student Care and the Student Representative Council offers a free breakfast from 8:30am – 10:00am at the Fix Student Lounge, Level 3, George Murray Building.
This is available for ALL students!