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Help Meld create more meaningful stories and events for int’l students and you may win a Coles gift card!

Meld needs your help! Complete our survey and help us better engage with the international student community. Survey participants may even win a $20 Coles gift card!

The Weekender: May 26 – 28

Hear some sweet flamenco tunes, have your short film screened, have morning tea with the Kensington community or shop around The Creators Market in Prahran. What are your plans this weekend?

Now recruiting: Videographers and photographers wanted!

Are you a student or fresh graduate who wants to gain more video or photography experience? Meld Magazine is recruiting! Find out how you can apply.

FTW: Win a double pass to see samurai classic ‘Ran’ at ACMI

Celebrate the work of Japan’s most influential name in filmmaking by checking out Essential Kurosawa at ACMI. Find out how you can win a double to see Kurosawa’s ‘Ran’ at ACMI.

The Weekender: May 19 – 21

Positive vibes are all around this weekend! Visit the Melbourne Tea Festival, see what a world class ultimate frisbee game looks like, celebrate Buddha’s Day or support emerging artists at Emerge in the West.

FTW: Win 1 of 10 double passes to see ‘John Wick: Chapter 2’

We’ve got ten double passes to give away for you to see John Wick: Chapter Two in cinemas May 18. Find out how you can score one!

2017 Tertiary Scholarship Fund applications now open

Are you a superstar student or someone who contributes positively towards your local community? Find out how you can receive a cash scholarship from the Tertiary Scholarship Fund!

The building blocks of professional success

From international student to lawyer, to an entrepreneurship expert, CEO of The FRANK Team, Natasha Munasinghe, shares her knowledge on the building blocks of professional success.

5 tips on how you can communicate effectively

How can international students communicate effectively when English isn’t their first language? Peer Camp co-founder Silva Wei has five useful tips for students looking to develop the communication skills they need in order to excel in their careers.

More than earning a degree: How attending one conference changed my attitude towards student life

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.

Volunteer at Melbourne International Student Conference 2017

Applications are now open for students interested in being part of the Melbourne International Student Conference 2017.

Too shy to take the first step? You won’t have to at this speed-friending and pizza night

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!

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