Monthly Archives: April 2018
The Spanish Film Festival, which runs from April 26 – May 13, brings you 25 transporting films as part of a curated program celebrating the culture and cinema of Spain. Great for Spanish-learners to check out!
When: Thursday April 26 – Sunday May 13
Where: Palace Nova cinemas
How much: $15-$25 (depending on film)
More info: See the Palace Nova website
The student-run Adelaide University Medical Orchestra presents its 10th annual concert at the Adelaide Town Hall, with all proceeds going towards the Titjikala Project in Alice Springs. Featuring an orchestra, big band, vocal, and dance groups.
When: Sunday 4 May, 7.00pm
Where: Adelaide Town Hall
How much: $20 (student price)
More info: On the AUMO website
Anzac is an acronym that stands for ‘Australian and New Zealand Armed Corps’, and is a term that was used during World War I (1914-1918).
Anzac Day is a public holiday held every year on 25 April, which commemorates the service of Australian and New Zealand soldiers throughout history. 25 April was the day that the Anzac […]
The Adelaide University Union is hosting a free bingo session next Wednesday afternoon (4 May). What is bingo, you ask? It’s a game that’s quite popular with older people in retirement homes, in which you mark numbers off your ticket as they are randomly selected. The first person to mark off an entire row of […]
The History Festival is one of South Australia’s largest community events. The festival promotes the State’s wonderful collections, places and stories through an amazing range of history-related activities.
The 2018 History Festival will open on 28 & 29 April with Open Doors: Built Heritage Weekend; a special weekend focusing on South Australia’s buildings and architectural history. […]
Do you have a family member who is thinking about studying in Australia? If so, make sure you let them know about our new University of Adelaide Family Scholarship (International).
This scholarship, which is available for students starting an Adelaide degree in Semester 2 2018, will provide recipients with a 25% reduction to their tuition fees. […]
Currently on in and around the city, Tasting Australia is a festival focused on food of all sorts – a celebration of South Australia’s produce from paddock to plate. The event runs until Sunday 22 April, so there are still a few more days for you to try something delish.
Read more here.
Take a Break is an opportunity for you to take time out, de-stress and learn how to relate to your stress differently.
We are running an 8 session program which will give you the opportunity to try different techniques for managing stress. Whilst it would be great if you can attend all 8 sessions, no pre-requisite […]
This Friday evening (20 April) the Language and Culture Engagement (LCE) program is back with Italy Night. Come along for the usual mix of culture, food, games, and general fun times – this time themed around the home of pizza and Leonardo da Vinci (among other things), Italy. Book your free ticket here.
If you’d like to […]
Are you new to study at an Australian university, or do you need to brush up on your academic skills? Either way, the University’s Academic Transition Program can help you understand the fundamentals of Uni study, and improve your grades.
The next and final session is: Understanding exam types & exam preparation techniques, held on both 21 […]