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 […]
Whether you’re sitting exams for the first time at uni, or you simply want to know whether you’re on the right track with your exam preparation, this 5 Minute Exam Health Check is for you. During the Health Check, you can make sure that you’re ready to tackle your exams – and receive adivce and […]
Beginning this week, the Art Gallery of South Australia is hosting TARNANTHI – a festival showcasing artworks from contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.
Since the Art Gallery is right next door to the University’s North Terrace campus (and the exhibition is free!) it’s a great chance for you to engage with Indigenous Australian cultures.
Where: The […]
Globe Medical are again hosting workshops to help students learn about shopping and eating healthy foods. If it’s your first time living on your own – or if you need a reminder on healthy eating – this is a good opportunity to learn tips and tricks to make sure you have a healthy diet. Both […]
If you need to apply for a new student visa, you first need to obtain a new Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) from the University. You can then use your new CoE to apply for a new student visa.
All applications for a new CoE are lodged online, at the following application form.
If you have any questions about […]
Registrations are now open for The University of Adelaide’s sports club (the Blacks) City-Bay Fun Run team! The City-Bay Fun Run is an annual event where (as the name suggests) thousands of people jog from the city to Glenelg.
For just $20 you can access a heap of benefits including half-price entry into the biggest community fun […]
Student Life and the Writing Centre are holding a series of workshops aimed at introducing international students to an element of academic writing in the Australian Context. These free 2 hour workshops will each cover a specific topic, and students enrolled in the relevant subject areas are welcome to attend.
Places are limited, so please follow […]
Sunday evening 11 December, Carols by Candlelight is on in Elder Park. It’s a yearly, free event featuring Christmas songs and carols (and fireworks). There are all sorts of activities throughout the day from 2.00pm, with the main event beginning as the sun sets at 8.00pm.
Read more about the event here: http://www.adelaidecitycouncil.com/whats-on/event/woolworths-carols-by-candlelight-1
When: Sunday 11 December 2016, […]
One of the most popular past times for South Australians during summer is going to the beach. Most people who grew up here learn about beach and ocean safety from a young age, and so know how to stay safe in the sea. If you didn’t grow up with that education, though, going to the […]
Every day at the ISC, we get heaps of emails from students. Although the majority feature good English, there are a few common mistakes that we’ve noticed – so here’s a quick guide we made for how to address an email or letter in English.
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(PS: There are also other ways […]