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.
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, […]
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 […]
It’s the end of Semester, exams are approaching and it’s all getting a bit too much. Right? Never fear, Stress Less is here! Each Campus is getting their very own Stress Less event to help you chill the heck out! There will be different happenings and special activities at each campus.
Where & When: Various campuses […]
Professions Experience Week brings together a wide range of events and information for Professions students, to further your thinking about what you’ll do now, next year, and in your life beyond university.
The weeks features a session for international students completing their studies: ‘Finishing your studies as an international student’, on Thursday 11 October at 2.00pm.
In the first Boost Your Academic Skills interactive workshop, you’ll learn some simple tips that can take your writing to the next level.
Please bring an essay you have written / or are currently writing, and we’ll help you to with practical steps to improve your written academic English.
Topics for the workshop:
How do you structure an academic essay in […]
Every year, student visas for coursework students have two general end dates: 15 March and 30 September. If you don’t know your visa end date, now is a good time to check when it expires.
You can always check your visa details on the Department of Home Affairs’ Visa Entitlement Verification Online website.
If your visa will […]
Each week, we interview someone from around Adelaide who might be helpful during your time as an international student. This week’s guest:
Vicki McCoy, Coordinator
Why do students see a Counsellor?
Most students come to see us because they are feeling like something isn’t quite as it should be. Either in their personal life, their studies, or […]
Students from China should be aware of a scam, which involves con artists pretending to be Chinese embassy or consulate officials, and falsely telling students they are implicated in crimes back in China. Students are then used to extort money from their families back home.
Remember, always be careful about phone calls or emails from people […]
The Writing Centre holds sessions to help international students feel more confident communicating within academic settings.
The two Writing Mentors who run these sessions prepare lessons and practice sessions on giving a presentation, participating in a tutorial, and speaking up during group work, among other topics.
During Semester 1 of 2018, these sessions will be held in […]