Monthly Archives: October 2019
The OzAsia Festival finishes the weekend, and the Festival has offered discounted tickets for Uni of Adelaide students.
OZASIA FESTIVAL FINAL WEEKEND
1 – 3 NOVEMBER | ADELAIDE FESTIVAL CENTRE
Take some time to relax this weekend at OzAsia Festival. Lovers of hip-hop and poetry should head to Since Ali Died. Adore storytelling and history? Don’t miss My […]
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If you have your first exams coming up soon, this workshop is for you. In this session, an exam invigilator will share all the do’s and don’ts of what it’s like to take an exam at University, so that you know exactly what to expect when you walk into the exam hall. There’s no need to […]
Tour group Words on Wheels are hosting a trip to the Yorke Peninsula, one of the most beautiful spots in South Australia. The three-day tour includes surf lessons, fishing, BBQs, and more.
See the brochure for more information and booking instructions.
When: 21-23 December
Where: Yorke Peninsula, South Australia
How much: $295 per person
More info and book: See the […]
The final 2019 cultural night for the Language & Cultural Engagement (LCE) program is Omani Night! This evening will celebrate the culture, food, and history of Oman. Dinner is included, all current UoA students are welcome, and bookings are essential. Book your ticket on the Eventbrite site.
Please note: If this event is fully booked, you can join the waitlist […]
If this is your final semester / trimester, then you’re invited to the Governor’s Farewell and International Student Awards, held at the Governor’s House on North Terrace. It’s always a fun event, so make sure you pick up your ticket from Ask Adelaide.
When: Friday 25 October, 4.00pm – 6.00pm
Where: Government House (Corner of North Terrace […]
The next cultural night for the Language & Cultural Engagement (LCE) program is USA Night! This evening will celebrate the culture, food, and history of the United States of America. Dinner is included, all current UoA students are welcome, and bookings are essential.
Please note: this event is fully booked. However, you can join the waitlist from the following […]
The annual OzAsia Festival is Australia’s leading contemporary arts festival engaging with Asia. The festival presents arts from many Asian countries, including theatre, music, visual art, dance, film, food, and more, as well as the very popular, free Moon Lantern Parade, the Lucky Dumpling Market, and University of Adelaide event Renao Street.
When: 17 October – […]