SIX years, five different cities – and Melbourne still has the X-factor that Melbourne alumni Steven Tannason can’t find anywhere else. But if there was one thing he wished could be better, it would be seeing government, universities and organisations work together to bridge the gap between local and international students.
AUSTRALIA, Ireland, New Zealand and the UK have jointly issued the London Statement – a set of guidelines for education agents on the ethical recruitment of international students.
DON’T lose unnecessary marks on your essays. Here’s a rundown of some of the most common students make when it comes to essay writing.
AS deadlines for essays and assignments draw near, we talk to three university lecturers about how you can you write smarter and faster.
TWO international students have launched an online petition focusing on the personal impacts of high travel costs, including health and safety concerns. Steven Tannason reports.
IF you love flashmobs, you’ll want to be loitering around the city this weekend. Steven Tannason drops a few hints.
INDONESIA’S Aceh province was yesterday struck by two earthquakes, triggering an Indian Ocean tsunami alert. Meld reporter Steve Tannason gets reactions from residents in Indonesia.
SCORE a $30 shopping voucher by telling the City of Melbourne how the Swanston St entrance should be used. Meld reporter Steven Tannason brings you the details.
COMEDIAN Anh Do’s award-winning memoir is an inspiring tale of the power of perseverance, kindness and love, writes Steven Tannason.
THE largest festival promoting fair and ethical trade in Melbourne, is recruiting volunteers for this year’s event.
THIS week, Meld reporter Steve Tannason brings you the top 10 learning resources for science students.
MELD chats to comedian Wil Anderson – host of ABC’s Gruen Planet – about public relations, spin, and what’s in store for the next generation of communications professionals.