Monthly Archives: April 2020
Studying completely online is a different challenge to attending classes in person. If it’s your first time studying in a fully online mode, the following tips will help you to stay on track and succeed.
International students have to make a number of personal, social and environmental changes upon arrival in Australia. Acculturative stress is a reaction to the process of confronting challenges in cross-cultural exchange settings.
All international students are invited to complete an online questionnaire, which will measure the level of acculturative and life stress, social supports, resilience […]
Each week, we ask the International Peer Mentors their tips for successful online study. This week’s question:
“What tools do you use to stay on task?”
Noise-cancelling headphones & ambience music – if that counts! Otherwise, having multiple desktops open is a good method to separate work stuff and other stuff
I use a Pomodoro app! It’s […]
By Ngoc Lan Tran
On the fourth level of the Union House, the Friday night of the first week back to university, students were lining up at the door and down the hallway outside Eclipse Room with high anticipation for LCE Aussie Night. LCE, which stands for Language and Cultural Engagement, is a culturally themed socialising […]
During this challenging time, it can be difficult to keep track of all the financial support that’s available to international students – so we’ve put together this list to provide an overview.
Student Care – Grants & Scholarships:
Limited grants and scholarships are available through Student Care. Check your eligibility on their website.
Tuition fees by instalment
International Student […]