Resolving conflicts with your employer comes with being a working adult but it’s a skill that not all students will come readily equipped with. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Chiu Tzu-han, Zhou Panjingyu and Deng Hanle guide you on how best to raise concerns and issues with boss and explain why it’s important to do so.
Stressed out and not sure how to relax? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Johnny Chung, Si Kao, Jindi Wu lists five creative outlets to help you unwind.
Being a student is hard but it doesn’t have to be with the right apps. Get your student life in order as Trinity College Foundation Studies students Estella Cao, Jo Chen and Xuyu Gu suggest the must-have apps you can begin to use!
Long commutes suck. Want to make them less draining? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Atlas Gan, Sabrina Choi and Jared Pan have the answer.
From food to education to safety, Trinity College Foundation Studies students Grace Cai, Emma Wan and Taryn Lu speak with other international students to share their thoughts and expectations on what life abroad has been like in Melbourne.
Got an interesting story to tell about your experience in Melbourne? Submit your story to this competition and win big! Tam Tran has the details.
Tips on how to keep in peak physical and mental condition for exam season. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Emily Gue, Lawrence Yip, Queenie Wang and Zachary Avery Ang have more.
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.
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.
Saying ‘hi’ to someone new in your first few classes on campus can go a long way as Samantha Chew discovered. She writes about the first friends she made at university and how they continue to inspire her today.
Convenience isn’t the only benefit of campus accommodation. Tam Tran looks at how supportive communities can flourish and become meaningful for students living in the dorms.
How do you find a community to belong to and make new friends while you’re at uni? Grace Kang offers you the ultimate guide on how to do so.