Being rejected from a job can be a good thing. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Ruby Chow, Bobby Bao, andZoe Zhou explain why.
Want to network like an international diplomat? Learn how you can get an edge in your career by attending our ‘Business Etiquette Skills Masterclass’ and learn what it takes to properly conduct yourself around your peers. Yasmin Khushairi has more.
Whether you’re looking to get a new job, add creativity in your life or want to refine your current skills, there’s always a workshop or a short course you can take to get what you want. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Chloe Letessier and Jessica Fan are here to help with their recommendations for classes for those looking to upskill.
A new report has revealed distressing results on sexual assault and harassment in universities. What does it say about international students? Hieu Chau and Samantha Chew have the report.
Applications have opened for this year’s Victorian International Education Awards! Alain Nguyen explains how you can apply.
How can students and industry professionals work together to ensure a better future for international students in Australia? ISANA asks at its annual State Conference. Hieu Chau has the details.
A new executive committee was elected at the recent CISA National Conference 2017. Samantha Chew reports.
Two popular Chinese restaurants are alleged to have underpaid its employees a total of $30,995. Hieu Chau has the report.
International students have even more exciting opportunities for local work experience thanks to the LIVE Projects. How can you benefit? Samantha Chew has the report.
Day two of the CISA National Conference 2017 created further discussions around student innovation and encouraged deeper engagement between students, student unions and government.
Create a business pitch like a BOSS. Tips from The FRANK Team CEO Natasha Munasinghe.
CISA’s annual National Conference returns with its focus solely on bringing meaningful outcomes to Australia’s international student community. Samantha Chew has the day one report.