EXCEPTIONAL international students were celebrated recently for their positive contributions to international education in Victoria at the 2016 Victorian International Education Awards. Stevi Lee speaks with a few of these outstanding students the night of the awards ceremony.
PRESIDENT-ELECT Donald Trump has drawn controversy since he first began his Presidential campaign. Trinity College Foundation Studies Celine Wijaya, Thuy Tran, Pingkan Tri Anisa and Geovanni Tanzil speak with other international students about their concerns and thoughts over the next President of the United States.
THE new Metro Tunnel project will make commuting easier for everyone but there’s a catch! Trinh Le has the details.
EMPLOYEES at a Brisbane 7-Eleven store were allegedly forced to handle back half of their pay to the store franchisee, in a practice known as “cash back” scam. Trinh Le has more.
INDONESIAN students in Melbourne weigh in on the trial and sentencing of Jessica Wongso. Hieu Chau has the story.
NOMINEES for this year’s prestigious Victorian International Education Awards have been announced. Find out which international students have been recognised for their contributions and efforts. Hieu Chau has the story.
MELBOURNE has once again proven itself to be the most liveable city in the world, with the installation of the country’s largest and fastest free Wi-Fi network across the CBD. Trinh Le has the details on how you can connect to the network.
INTERNATIONAL students looking to work in Australia may benefit from a new report that has been welcomed by the country’s peak body for employment and recruitment. Vondra Tay has the story.
STUDENT competitors of Australia-China Youth Association Victoria’s Bilingual Language Competition faced off on September 22 with only two finalists emerging as winners that evening. Hieu Chau has the story.
DO you think the current post-study work visa increases your chance of employment in Australia? What do you think can be done to improve your post-study experience? Trinh Le reports on a new research project about the employability of international graduates.
INTERNATIONAL students from Indonesia, Columbia, Brazil, China and Malaysia have just picked up awards at the recent ‘My Melbourne’ storytelling competition. Lunnie Gan has more.
DO I have work rights in Australia? Should I fight for my rights? Will I face deportation if I speak out? Gabrielle Marchetti, Principal Lawyer at legal centre JobWatch, answers common questions international students might have once they decide to work here.