How can international students communicate effectively when English isn’t their first language? Peer Camp co-founder Silva Wang has five useful tips for students looking to develop the communication skills they need in order to excel in their careers.
A delegate last year and a member of the organising committee this year, Meghalee Bose shares how the Melbourne International Student Conference became a turning point in her student journey.
Applications are now open for students interested in being part of the Melbourne International Student Conference 2017.
Looking to meet other international students but too shy to take the first step? We get it – and we’re here to give you a hand. Open to international students old and new, come join us for a fun night of FREE pizzas and speed-friending!
Looking for work while studying? Challenge yourself to this work rights quiz and you might just win yourself a $50 Coles shopping voucher
It’s important to know your rights at work as an international student and we’ve designed a little quiz to help raise awareness. Take this quiz to find out how much you already know, and challenge your friends to do it too!
FIND out more about Australia’s female filmmakers, shop around at Federation Square, eat your way around the world or visit the Virgin Australia Fashion Festival. We’ve got your hits for this weekend. Melbourne…
We are looking for passionate specialists, hobbyists and students keen to teach anything good at our half-hour TAG workshops for the 2017 Melbourne International Student Conference. Further details within.
Explore a bit of Greece, learn more about Japan, indulge in Sri Lanka and get to know Slavic culture too. It’s a cultural galore all around the city this weekend!
New community development initiative offers students chance to volunteer and gain meaningful work experience
LOOKING to be part of a meaningful initiative in 2017? Meld Community is looking for volunteers interested in community development, events management and marketing to help steer a campaign empowering students to build healthy relationships and talk about the things that don’t get talked about enough.
IMPROVE your health and integrate a sustainable attitude into your everyday life at the Sustainable Living Festival. We have your highlights from this year’s edition of the festival.
CELEBRATE the Year of the Rooster and enjoy a festival for barbecue foods at Queen Victoria Market, pay homage to the legendary Prince or get into a coffee cupping session with Rumble Coffee Roasters. We’ve got your picks for this weekend!
NEW year, new films. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Yuchen Zhang, Madison Zhao and Yanbo Chen share which blockbusters you should be excited about in 2017.