Learn about what its like to see a doctor in Australia. It might be different from how it is in your home country! Trinity College Foundation Studies students Li Yi (Benjamin) and Sun Chunyu (Elina) has the details.
Based on our #ThinkSmartStaySafe coverage, we challenge you to use what you’ve learned and take our quiz! Get your friends to do it as well and learn what it takes to stay safe and the role of police in Melbourne.
Speaking to a police officer is as easy as catching up with a friend over coffee. Nicole Wong caught up with Inspector Simon Stevens to learn how he wants to change the outlook that internationals students may hold of law enforcement and police. #ThinkSmartStaySafe
We spoke with journalist Aela Callan whose film ‘Australia: Rape on Campus’ uncovers the issues lying at the heart of sexual harassment and assault towards international students in Australia. Wing Kuang has the interview.
Parliamentary internships will no longer be offered to international students as concerns around foreign espionage and interference in Australian Government continue to mount. Wing Kuang has the story.
If you’re a student who excels at your studies and has a penchant for community work, you might want to apply for the 2018 Tertiary Scholarship Fund. Find out what it’s all about and how you can apply to be awarded a cash scholarship!
Verbal abuse can happen anywhere and at any time, as this international student discovered when she was on a bus heading into the city. Minh Giang, with assistance from Victoria Police, shares Chui Choo Feng’s story and offers a guide on what you could do to protect yourself, and others in the future, if it ever happens to you. #ThinkSmartStaySafe
Find out who will be representing Australia’s international students! Hieu Chau has more information on the new CISA executive team.
It’s actually happening. A smartphone app for myki could be arriving as PTV trial new technology in coming months. Hieu Chau as story.
Calling all international students! You can now apply for or nominated someone you know for the Victorian International Education Awards! Hieu Chau has more.
This year’s Melbourne International Student Conference explored all the ways in which international students today can make a positive impact in the world to benefit their community. Isabella Foster has the report on this year’s MISC.
Scammers posing as officials in Chinese Government and police are targeting Chinese nationals, Victoria Police warns. Hieu Chau has the story.