TAG: Student Support
We’re sorry to hear you’re not feeling OK.
The University has a wide range of free and confidential support services you can check in with. We encourage you to get in touch to let us know what’s going on, and have a conversation about how we can help. These services are available online and in-person.
Some of the […]
We’re glad to hear you’re going OK.
Now it’s your turn to pass it on – check in with those you care about, and make sure that they are really ok. (And of course asking if someone’s OK isn’t just for today – you can have these conversations any day you like.)
If you need some tips […]
As we start Semester 2 2021, you might have questions about making changes to your enrolments, or your financial options. To help you be better informed before you make a decision, International Student Support have set up a series of webinars with information about University processes, timelines, and CoE and student visa matters. There’s also […]
Our current onshore students wrote these messages of support for international students who are unable to travel to Australia at the moment. If you’re currently studying from offshore, we hope you’re able to join us soon!
Have you taken advantage of all the free employability and career development programs available to you as a University of Adelaide student? We think developing your employability and getting your career ready is an important part of your learning at Adelaide. No matter where you are based in the world you can take advantage of […]
Share your experiences, questions, and opinions
This series of sessions – made especially for students who are studying from outside of Australia – is a forum for you to speak with your Faculty, International Student Support, and fellow students. During the session, you can ask your own questions, as well as finding out more about topics […]
Each week, we ask international and domestic students their tips for successful online study. This week’s question:
“What’s the best method for revising for exams?”
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.
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 […]