This former international student now works for Victoria Police as a Protective Service Officer! We chat to Vikas Bansal who shares his experiences with life after uni.
Eco-warrior Isuru Peries believes our planet desperately needs more peacemakers and protectors. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Afnan Yasir, Jesilyn Stefani Chandra and Raymond Cao chat to the young eco-warrior and find out how students can begin to do their part.
Former international student turned architect Michelle Ng talks life after uni and her successful career in Melbourne with Trinity College Foundation Studies students Guanlin Huang, Yanji Wang and Bo Cheng.
Located in Melbourne Airport, the Student Welcome Desk aims to help newly arrived international students set up and start their new lives in Australia. Kero Sun caught up with international student staff to learn more about the Desk.
New international students come to Australia with so many thoughts and feelings. What do they hope to achieve while they’re here? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Qunfang ‘Phoebe’ Li, Tao ‘William’ Wang and Jin ‘Dennis’ Zhao ask!
Improve your English language pronunciation in first semester! Nicole Wong has the details.
Fan artists consistently find new ways of re-imagining the things they love. Wing Kuang spoke to members of Melbourne’s fan art community at Madman Anime Festival 2017 in hopes that their stories will inspire new illustrators and fan artists.
What if you could turn your love of anime into a profitable business? We caught up with Nathan and Jade, the creators behind design collective Senpais, who did just that!
What the heck is Ultimate Frisbee? Learn more about the sport and the club that support it with Trinity College Foundation Studies students Galih Gibran and Minako Seki!
Language and cultural barriers may limit how you communicate but with theatre and creativity, how you express yourself is vast. Wing Kuang looks at the Act of Translation, a theatre project aimed at giving international students a means of vocalising their experiences.
For many international students, dance is not only a creative outlet but a sense of belonging. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Aldo Tasbur, Gwen Tan and Shirley Li spotlight dancer Pearl Tasbur and her journey!
Clubs and societies can help students engage and feel at home. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Angelique Lukman, Sam Ye and Eve Wu talk to the Cantonese Student Association (CSA) to find out their best practices in stuent engagement.