Monthly Archives: August 2019
What is the Adelaide Graduate Award?
The Adelaide Graduate Award is a free program that helps you get more out of your university experience through self-guided participation in volunteering, professional development, paid employment and more. There are over 100 options for extracurricular activities that count toward achieving the Award, and you can choose whichever ones interest […]
The next cultural night for the Language & Cultural Engagement (LCE) program is German Night! The event celebrates everything German, including, food, language, games, and music. Dinner is included, all current UoA students are welcome, and bookings are essential.
Please note: this event is fully booked. However, you can now join the waitlist.
Book your waitlist place here.
If you have […]
The United Indians of South Australia (UIoSA), presents the Ganesh Festival 2019, one of the biggest arts and cultural festivals in Adelaide, with a procession at 11.00am on Saturday, and cultural programs from 2.00pm – 9.00pm on Saturday and Sunday.
When: Saturday 31 August and Sunday 1 September
Where: Titanium Security Arena
How much: Free
More info: See the […]
See the finalists and winners of the annual Nature Photographer of the Year awards at the SA Museum, a quick walk from the uni’s North Terrace campus. The exhibition showcases incredible photos from Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica, and PNG.
When: Until 10 November 2019
Where: South Australian Museum
How much: Concession $7, other prices on the website
More info: […]
The Royal Adelaide Show is almost here, with its carnival rides, fireworks, fried food, pig diving, wood-chopping, and animal shows (sounds like a weird combo , but it’s fun). The Show also features the ultimate dream of many Australian kids: showbags.
When: 30 August – 8 September 2019
Where: Adelaide Showgrounds
How much: Concession tickets $20, other prices on […]
International students on a student visa are required to complete their degree within the time specified on their Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). Students can only extend the duration of their study in a limited set of circumstances; therefore, it is important that you take measures to ensure that you are on track to complete your […]
The Adelaide University Space Society presents this talk by Dr Ady James, about the process of translating scientific goals into a viable instrument design on a spacecraft, based on his experience as systems engineer for the VIS instrument on the upcoming ESA Euclid Dark Matter mission.
When: Thursday 12 September, 6.00pm – 7.30pm
Where: Kerr Grant Lecture Theatre
How much: […]
Bright Futures and the Adelaide University Young Alumni Network will be bringing you an insider event, outlining what it’s like transitioning from a student to working full time.
This panel presentation aims is to explore what it’s like to finally start working, and will give students a chance to hear from Adelaide University Alumni who were once […]
Come along to the National Wine Centre to discover the amazing food and wines which South Australia is renowned for, in this free event. Enjoy tutored tastings with knowledgeable wine educators and sample some of Australia’s most famous wines including sparkling, classic and alternative red and white varieties, and fortified wines.
※ You must be 18 years old […]
There’s only a couple of days left to apply for StudyAdelaide’s International Student Awards.
The Awards are endorsed by His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, Governor of South Australia, and are an opportunity for the international community, academic institutions, local community and businesses to honour the achievements of international students during their time in […]