Monthly Archives: February 2018
LCE – Aussie Night
This Friday (2 March), it’s the first Language and Cultural Engagement social night for 2018: Aussie night. Come along and learn about Aussie culture, eat Aussie food (including Vegemite), and enjoy a generally Aussie time. Tickets for Aussie night have already sold out – however,if you arrive at Rumours Cafe by 6:15, you can line up […]
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AUU Koala Picnic
The Adelaide University Union’s Koala Picnic is on this Saturday: a bushwalk through the beautiful Morialta Falls and then a picnic lunch under the gum trees. A great chance to spot some koalas in the wild (there are bound to be plenty of them around!).
Sign up to the trip through the AUU’s website.
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Lord Mayor’s Welcome Party
For all commencing students: you’re invited to meet Adelaide’s Lord Mayor Martin Haese at the Lord Mayor’s official International Student Welcome Party!
The annual event hosted at the iconic Adelaide Town Hall, celebrates the start of your education journey in Adelaide and the beginning of your life-long connection with our city!
Don’t miss the opportunity to:
– experience a […]
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Aussie word of the week – Ninna Marni
Every week in the International Student Support newsletter, we introduce a new Aussie word or phrase that will help you speak just like an Aussie.
Our first word for 2018 is: Ninna Marni, This is the Kaurna phrase for ‘Hi, how are you?’. Learn how to pronounce this phrase, and learn some other common Kaurna phrases through […]
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Global IQ Connect
Global IQ Connect is an extra-curricular program supporting you to develop your intercultural communication skills. You will meet local and other international students from all over the world while here in Adelaide and expand your network. Have a look at the website for more information about how the program works. If you would like to […]
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Moving to another country and getting used to all the changes is challenging and even daunting to many international students. Experience Adelaide is a program will help you feel connected to the local University community. It puts you in touch with a local volunteer (alumni or staff members) and you meet up for tea/coffee, a […]
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