From Mentee to Mentor

How my first day at orientation leads me towards leadership at UniSA!  By Muhammad Reefath, “Leaders aren’t born they are made. And they are made just like anything else, through hard work. And that’s the price we’ll have to pay to achieve the goal, or any goal” – Vince Lombardi. Hi, everyone! I am Muhammad…

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A Return to Adelaide

   By Ary, Six years ago I studied accounting at the University of South Australia (UniSA). I lived in Adelaide with my family and it was such a good experience I decided to return for more. But along my way to Adelaide, I felt like I was being plunged into a new world. I kept…

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Summer Holidays Adelaide to Gold Coast

   By Andy, Here we are in March – the main semester has already started – welcome back to uni! Assignments and essays are waiting for you haha! For the newcomers, a big and warm welcome to Adelaide and UniSA! While lectures and school work return to our daily life, it still takes a bit…

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Adelaide’s Beaches

   By Haruka, Time sure flies, and soon, a new semester will start! Things will get busy and stressful again… The beach is one of the most popular places to go for relaxation, and so, below are a few beaches in South Australia that you might like to visit when you feel stressed. Glenelg Due…

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Learning to Lead

  by Andy HELLO to everyone. I am Andy. Here comes my first ever blog for UniSA international, as well as the end of my second year studying. I am always excited about sharing and listening to stories. Feel free to share with me! Experience ↔ Learning I strongly recommend people look for different activities,…

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4 Things I Realised, 4 Months After Graduation!

  by Dale Just when you thought going through exams was antagonising, things will only get more interesting and challenging after graduation ! Competition What jobs should i apply for ? How am i going to find that answer? Where can i search for those answers? This are the 3 fundamental questions that most students…

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Meet Our Winners

Recently three UniSA international students won awards at the 2015 Study Adelaide International Student Awards. We asked two of them to blog about their experience attending the ceremony at the prestigious Government House as well as what it was like to hear their names called out as winners in their categories. Read their stories below…

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Relief and Happiness

  by Huda I like having something to look forward to. Whether an assessment, decision on an application, competitions… I was looking forward to the Governor’s awards since last year. I was hopeful but certainly not sure about my qualification for an award. I did have a GPA of 6.7 but I had looked through…

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How I felt the moment I won

  By Bhaba, It was really a fantastic feeling to be the winner of the 2015 Study Adelaide International Student Awards [Academic Excellence, Postgraduate Research]. I appeared as a finalist in the open crowd in the yard of Governor’s house of South Australia. It was a diverse crowd of school, college and university students and…

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How to survive exams

  by Bill “Never too late” is a motto I strongly adhere to. Even if it’s one hour before my assignment’s due, I still hold true to that saying. The same thing goes with my exam prep; it’s never too late till you step into the exam hall. Being a last minute crammer, I think…

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Make the most of your uni summer break

  by Arthur Time is passing so fast and SP5 is almost over. I want to recommend to you guys five different ways on how to effectively spend your summer holidays. Find temporary work (part time work) Seek an internship Rest and relaxation Take a holiday road trip Volunteer work In my own opinion, I…

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Let’s go for a BBQ picnic

  by Veasna Most days are sunny during October. It is not too hot, not too cold, just a good time for a picnic. After saying goodbye to the cold season and unpredictable weather of September, finally we jumped into a warm season in October.  For all of us as a student, now we are busy under…

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