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 […]
StudyAdelaide’s Mentor Program is looking for new mentors to support international students before and after their arrival in Adelaide.
StudyAdelaide’s mentors have first-hand knowledge and experience about how challenging a move to a new country can be and offer support to mentees by answering questions and recommending helpful resources. All of our mentors undertake a training workshop before […]
UniSport is organising ‘Come and Try – Inclusive Sports 2019’ for all University students.
This event includes trying out sports such as; Goal Ball, Boccia, Table Cricket and Wheelchair Table Tennis.
What: UniSport – 2019 Inclusive Sports Come & Try
When: Friday 31 May 2019 (12 – 3 PM)
Where: UniSA Pridham Hall, City West Campus
For further information, […]
Courtesy: Laurine Kaul
Pint of Science Australia delivers science engagement, primarily through a national festival, that builds the Australian public’s appreciation of science, contributes positively to combat inequity and negative stereotypes within the Australia science sector, establishes and supports cross-discipline collaborations, and celebrates and champions excellence in the Australian science and science engagement sectors.
Pint of Science […]
Caffeinated Lit is run by the Writing Centre at the University to support vocabulary development and reading comprehension.
The sessions are a way to expand your knowledge of the English language over a cup of coffee in a casual group setting.
What: A 6-week course of reading stories for language and meaning-making
When: During Semester 1 of […]
With the huge popularity of their previous surf event earlier this year, Words on Wheels are organising a 2-days surf trip to York Peninsula.
Words On Wheels bring you a fantastic tour in the mid-semester break, that is exclusive to International Students who are studying in South Australia.
With the kind generosity of Study Adelaide, this tour […]
From November 2019, the Department of Home Affairs is introducing new regional visas that provide an extra year of post-study work rights for students graduating from ‘regional’ institutions (which includes this uni).
For more information, see the Department of Home Affairs’ website.
For your next study period, there’s a new, easier way to enrol in your classes: EnrolMe. The system is now live, and you’re able to use it to enrol in your courses for 2019 (after enrolments open in December 2018).
You can see a list of enrolment opening dates here, and try out EnrolMe here.
If you’re enrolled in an agriculture-related degree, you can enter the 2018 My Memorable Uni Moment contest. Send a photo of your most memorable uni moment of 2018 and win some exciting prizes.
It is National Agriculture Day on November 21 and the Centre for Global Food and Resources wants to celebrate the contribution of agriculture […]
Ranked among the top 50 film festivals in the world, the Adelaide Film Festival is back for 2018, with a program of Australian and international cinema. This year’s festival includes the premiere of Adelaide-made film Hotel Mumbai.
When: 10 – 21 October 2018.
Where: Various locations.
More info and scheudle: See the website.