Prepare your digital pen and paper because the Melbourne International Student Conference (MISC) is back this year over four FREE
Jensen Ooi from the Meld team participated in North Melbourne Football Club’s welcome event and shares his experience learning the Australian national sport.
Meld Magazine’s Emily Hua had a chat with City of Melbourne Councilor Philip Le Liu about his passion of representing International Student voice in the coffee city.
This online survey will help City of Melbourne make your international student experience even better. Natalie Ng has all the info.
How do you start a small business from home and ensure that it flourishes? Fleur de Lis’ self-taught florists, Alicia Andiani and Ribka Kusnadi, share their story. Stevi Lee has more.
If you’re a new international student in Victoria, you’ve likely encountered the Student Welcome Desk at Melbourne Airport. Wing Kuang speaks to one of the desk’s staff members and reveals why the Student Welcome Desk is important in building a positive international study experience.
The skills you gain as a tutor may help set you up for future success. Tam Tran speaks with TeachingMe tutor, Sai about how being a tutor has helped him develop his professional skill set.
When political and social turmoil hit fever point back home, what’s an international student to do? Mihika Hegde has more.
In a cultural climate still grappling with the realities that LGBT+ individuals experience, one recently developed network is seeking to help LGBT+ international students one step at a time. Mihika Hegde has more.
WORRIED about being rude or inappropriate to your culturally diverse group of friends? Here are some quick insights into international minds from Trinity College Foundation Studies students Olivia Sieva, Anthony Lyn, Chloe Teng and Coco Wan.
FORMER international students reveal how life has changed after becoming becoming a permanent resident in Australia. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Trang Dang, Natalia Wongso, Verrel Aditya Bramasta and Geyi Shi have the story.
AMONG the thousands of Chinese students that come to Australia each year, many identify as LGBTQI. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Renata Yuen, Yihan Yang and Hazel Jiang speak to Chinese LGBTQI students to get their thoughts on what it’s like to be one in Australia.