Meet Husseen

“I still remember my first day of learning at the University of South Australia – it’s been a precious experience.” During his engineering degree, Husseen enjoyed the chance to study at a high ranking university which provides plenty of opportunities to enhance his study experiences. “It’s a great atmosphere for international students and this degree…

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Meet Emily

“The University’s lecturers and tutors are very supportive. The tutors helped me with referencing and the tutorial rooms are well equipped.” During her social work degree, Emily has enjoyed the chance to put her skills to practise thanks to modern facilities and practical teaching, including practise interview sessions in the University’s’ social work studios. She…

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Meet Apurva

“I chose the University of South Australia because it had a very good ranking for research and it looked like a high quality campus with modern facilities.” During his engineering degree, Apurva participated in a year long internship which saw him take up a placement at UniSA’s Future Industries Institute (FII). “The internship allowed me…

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Student life at UniSA

Engineering student Marco, originally from Switzerland, gave us an insight into student life at UniSA earlier this year. What is obvious in his video is how much he enjoys studying at UniSA and how the orientation program helped him meet friends and explore his new home – important for any international student far from home….

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Meet some of our students

Earlier this year, we spent time with a group of nine international students to find out what they liked best about studying at the University of South Australia (UniSA) and living in Adelaide. What we discovered was how much they enjoyed their life as a student at UniSA (yes, even with all the assignments and…

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Embracing Asia through the New Colombo Plan

 by Michelle Living in Korea as an exchange student, studying for my final exams and trying to eat my way through the local culture, I was frantically searching for work experience to round out my international journey before returning to Adelaide. I was the lucky recipient of a 2015 Australian Government New Colombo Plan (NCP)…

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Loving Law at UniSA

 by Rahima Friends and relatives often ask me why I transferred from Adelaide University to the University of South Australia. Before I answer this let me tell you how it all started. When I was in high school I did the psychology course from year 10 to year 12. I was determined to study psychology…

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Taking My UniSA Degree Global

 by Michelle When I left Adelaide in mid-2015 for a semester exchange abroad I had ticked all the boxes. Four subjects aligned to my course plan, a Korean language pocket guide, a room secured in the on-campus dormitory, and a one way plane ticket to Seoul. Supported by the Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan Scholarship,…

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My Second Home

City West Campus and Why Students Love It  by Josh  Life at UniSA isn’t purely academic – it’s an experience of community, creativity and connectivity and the City West campus helps foster this. The campus hosts a handful of schools, research centres, and institutes, and is a hub for both learning and living thanks to…

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UniSA Community Gardens!

The Community Garden is UniSA’s way of saying, “Let’s Relax A Little!”  By Muhammad Reefath, Imagine having a lovely rooftop garden on your campus, where you can take a break from your studies and chill-out with your friends for an hour while learning about gardening and greening your campus. Sounds amazing! Isn’t it? Well, do you…

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UniSA Learn to Surf Camp 2017

Experience Uni Life Beyond the Classroom!  By Muhammad Reefath, Hello everyone! Hope you’re enjoying your uni break! I have some cool news for you to make this the perfect uni holiday for you. UniSA Surfing Team is offering the chance to try out surfing in the Australian summer and meet other students from UniSA at…

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Clubs and Societies at UniSA

UniSA clubs and societies serve to unite people with common cultural or political interests, or who are studying similar things. By Josh, The experience of studying at the University of South Australia (UniSA) is a fruitful one filled with an abundance of exclusive qualities, but to truly gain the most out of your time, and…

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