International students are among a growing underclass of exploited workers paid well below the minimum wage. Mihika Hegde has the report.
Eat ALL the hot dogs, see the dark side of fashion or catch a few performances around Melbourne this weekend. Mihika Hegde as you covered.
If you’re tired of seeing and hearing about employers exploiting international students, find out how you can advocate their work rights and support them on campus. Mihika Hegde has more.
University isn’t the only means of education for international students in Australia. Mihika Hegde caught up with three TAFE students who are loving their education.
Will the 2017 Federal Budget affect international students? Mihika Hegde has the report.
Day one of this year’s Melbourne International Student Conference invited delegates to explore the problems facing this generation, fostered growth and paved the way for innovation for tomorrow’s leaders. Mihika Hegde has the full report.
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When political and social turmoil hit fever point back home, what’s an international student to do? Mihika Hegde has more.
Changes to the 457 temporary visa program are coming, says Australian Prime Minster Malcolm Turnbull. What does this mean for international students and graduates? Mihika Hegde has more.
In a cultural climate still grappling with the realities that LGBT+ individuals experience, one recently developed network is seeking to help LGBT+ international students one step at a time. Mihika Hegde has more.
With more than a decade of experience in the banking and financial advisory sector in her home country, former international student Alexis Phang faced a grim reality upon returning to Australia – the prospect of starting all over again. Now as a Mobile Relationship Manager at Bendigo Bank, Mihika Hegde catches up with Alexis to find out how she beat the odds and found her place in an organisation that values diversity.
Comedians from China, Malaysia, Singapore and India will turn out on full force to deliver belly aching laughter at the 2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Mihika Hegde selects the very best from the festival and has the info on how you can win three tickets to the show!