Monthly Archives: October 2017
The Bowerbird Design Market is back, with design and art of all sorts: furniture, lighting, homewares, clothing and accessories, stationery and artwork, as well as local artisan-made food and beverages.
When: Friday 24 November (4.00pm – 9.00pm), Saturday 25 + Sunday 26 November (10.00am – 5.00pm)
Where: Wayville Pavillion
How much: $5 per person (children 12 and under […]
Woomera Rocket Range launched Australia into the space age in the 1950s. The Woomera story has many facets: it is one of secrecy and controversy, innovation and achievement, set against the background of the Cold War and the Space Race. Discover the stories of the early days of Australia’s space activity and how, in 1967, […]
The Credit Union Christmas Pageant is back for 2017. What is the Christmas Pageant, you ask? Well, it’s a bit difficult to describe, but it features a parade of different Christmas-themed floats moving through the city, and ends with the arrival of Father Christmas (aka Santa).
It’s been an annual Adelaide tradition since 1933, and if […]
International students from the University of Adelaide were among the winners of the Governor’s 2017 International Student awards.
A huge congratulations go to 2017 International Student of the Year, Thanh Huyen Le, who also won the award for Academic Excellence (Postgraduate Coursework),
Other award winners from the University were:
> Xianwen Hu – Highly commended, Academic Excellence (Postgraduate Coursework)
The exam season is almost here. Whether it’s your first time taking exams or you’re headed for your last exam ever, it’s always a good idea to make sure you’re properly prepared before you head into the exam hall.
International Student Support’s student advisors have prepared a quick Exam Health Check checklist. Have a quick run through […]
In conjunction with StudyAdelaide, Words on Wheels has an end of year tour for international students to South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula.
From Words on Wheels:
‘Yorkes’, as the locals call, it is an amazing place to visit – serene, yet full of wildlife with bushland, rugged cliffs and secluded ocean beaches as well as some of the best […]
Ferment is a festival dedicated to everything fermented – including cheese, wine, kimchi, sourdough, and chocolate. It’s held in the East End of the city, on this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. As part of the festival, there are also cooking classes and wine tasting sessions.
When: Friday 20, Saturday 21, Sunday 22 October
Where: Rundle Park, Kadlitpina […]
The Japanese Film Festival returns to Adelaide with a line-up of the very best of fresh and classic Japanese cinema, as part of a huge national tour. There are many different films being shown over the weekend, so be sure to check the schedule in advance.
From the organisers:The 2017 Festival will present the most exciting […]
Whether you’re sitting exams for the first time at uni, or you simply want to know whether you’re on the right track with your exam preparation, this 5 Minute Exam Health Check is for you. During the Health Check, you can make sure that you’re ready to tackle your exams – and receive adivce and […]
The Adelaide University Union (AUU) is hosting a Summer Expo on Thursday 19 October, from 11.00am – 3.00pm.
The Expo features a heap of fun activities to help you get into the spirit of summer: a mechanical surfboard, free ice cream donuts and fruit, live music, competitions, and more. Everyone is welcome to attend, and union […]