With Universities all over the world moving their classes online, it’s understandable that not all of us are used to
Ai Jia from Meld reminds everyone to check on their mental health during the outbreak and self isolation.
How are different Universities responding to the outbreak? Jensen Ooi writes whether your fellow students are taking the classes online or not.
What’s it like to be a sponsor child? International students from Cambodian Children’s Fund share their given opportunity at education and life. Faith Ang details their story.
Do you need to be Steve Jobs to make a difference? Hear from this year’s inspiring winners of the Tertiary Scholarship Fund about the impact they have. Samantha Chew reports.
In 2017 then RMIT University student Ji Song brought home $5000 in scholarship money awarded by the Tertiary Scholarship Fund. Now, he reflects on life after the scholarship.
Jensen Ooi provides a comprehensive guide for international students looking to apply for a Masters Degree. Read on to ensure a smoother process.
Being a part of uni club committees can be demanding and stressful, despite this many still find it a worthy experience. Jensen Ooi, our resident club junkie explains how it was the highlight of his time in University.
Be You – Be Scene wraps up with its final performance that brought laughter and tears to the audience. Emily reports on their portrayal of international student life.
Mental health has traditionally been stigmatised and seen as taboo but recently there has been a shift, more people are
The Melbourne International Student Conference is an annual highlight on the international student calendar you won’t want to miss. Hosted
The international student experience is often one of wonderful memory making. For most, a quick flick through Instagram shows a merry time. But how much of this is true? Jensen Ooi delves in and unpicks the realities of aesthetic grams.