TAG: Student News
Be connected and inspired with the Red Bull Basement University – a collaborative global platform for student innovators with a #tech4good mindset. This global competition invites you to co-create technology-based projects which will ultimately improve student life. Find out more!
Are you a student with disability looking for paid work experience that counts? The Australian Network on Disability (AND) is offering students with disability a paid internship opportunity with leading organisations across various disciplines. Find out more here.
Let the good times roll! 18 September to 20 September, 3 pm to 9 pm Maths Lawns, North Terrace campus Lace up your skates and get rolling at Roller-Palooza, our outdoor roller-skating disco party on campus. Featuring themed DJ sets, free roller-skate hire, an on-rink photo booth and plenty of exciting prizes – grab your tickets […]
Need a boost to get through to the mid-semester break? Random coffee giveaways will be happening in week 8 in selected PASS classes, where you can improve your grades and understanding of course content. No need to enrol, just check the timetable and come along!
Stuck on that assignment due tomorrow? Don’t despair – Studiosity offers you FREE after hours support. You can find it on MyUni, or find out more about Studiosity here!
Your School is reviewing its programs and school operations to benefit the next student cohort. Student feedback on what is working well (or not so well) would be appreciated. To attend a confidential group interview around 12 pm12 September, please register your interest with Sean via this website.
We are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2019 Visualise Your Thesis Competition at the University of Adelaide is Danusha Jayawardana from the School of Economics, for her exceptional presentation Child labour matters: overlooked adolescent mental health effects of child labour.
Is it delivering what you expected? Are the assessment tasks achievable? Are you getting the skills you seek? Student feedback is factored into program planning for current and future students. Please consider completing your program survey now.
Equal Access Grant applications are now open for first year undergraduate students experiencing financial difficulties. These are small grants to assist with some of the initial costs associated with beginning University. For more information contact Student Care for an interview or to discuss further. Applications close 30 August 2019
Looking to strengthen your resume and add international value to your degree? Unbound programs might be for you! There are a range of programs where you’ll practice a variety of leadership skills alongside other emerging leaders. Applications for Summer 2019/2020 Programs are now open, with a range of grants available!