Francisco Arminger Shares his conversation with his friends about the conundrums of living with housemates, and why if everyone should try it.
Flourishing instagram account, International Students of Australia, makes understanding and engaging with Australian life that much easier. With candid insights, tips and stories – it is on track to becoming the next big thing.
Winning The Excellence in International Student Experience for a second time, the Meld team thanks the founding members, current team, contributors and readers for supporting.
Two friends in a foreign country, same passion for travelling and how the idea of Friend Theory, a platform for all travelers came about.
Trinity College’s novice zero robotics team Trinity Spheres wins national round upon first participation. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Quinn Nguyen and Anastasia Zhou reports.
Calling all international students! You can now apply for or nominated someone you know for the Victorian International Education Awards! Hieu Chau has more.
Former international student Hao Teo speaks with Brittany Li about his virtual marketplace app, Dibs, the struggles of pitching to investors, the world of start-ups and life after uiniversity.
Ever wondered what life would be like if you had chosen to study in Gold Coast instead? We traveled up there to ask international students there what studying in Gold Coast is all about.
Speak out and have your say! Share with City of Melbourne your experiences as an international student when you first arrived here and go in the draw to win 1 of 40 gift vouchers!
Perth-native Isabella Foster moved to Melbourne to study in 2016 and she lived with international students during her first year of uni. Read Isabella’s story on why this first year was an world-opening experience for her.
International students and local community members gathered in April to assemble the ‘Human Rainbow’ a unique event that celebrates the city’s diverse people. Yasmin Khushairi has the report.
With Melbourne’s hugely diverse population and a university campus bustling with thousands of students, it’s easy to understand how does a Muslim student at RMIT find their place? Isabella Foster spoke with students from the RMIT Islamic Society about their experiences and how joining a club can make all the difference.