The University of Adelaide proudly congratulates our international students who were acknowledged at the 2021 StudyAdelaide International Student Awards on 14 October.
A diverse team of undergraduate and honours students has been awarded third prize and US$75,000 in the NASA Space Robotics Challenge , as well as an Innovation Award for its work on critical challenges in the competition.
PhD student Trang Thi Thu Nguyen (Centre for Global Food and Resources), from Vietnam, is the winner of the University's Three Minute Thesis competition.
On Saturday 2 October, the PVC(I) attended the Indian Australian Association of South Australia’s (IAASA) annual tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his 152nd birthday.
Moutaiz Al-Obaidi, from Iraq, studied a Masters of International Business at the University of Adelaide. He is now a frequent festival headliner at events such as Splendour in the Grass, Beyond the Valley, and RCC at the Adelaide Fringe.
Singaporean student Joash Tham is the winner of Adelaide Uni’s Got Talent, taking home the grand prize with his song ‘Adelaide For Me’. Joash is currently in his third year of dental school at the University of Adelaide.
On 17 and 18 September, the University of Adelaide hosted International Open Day to offer an immersive experience to commencing and prospective students.
Two University of Adelaide alumni have been recognised as Australian Alumni of the Year by the Australian Alumni Association of Cambodia (AAA-C).
On Monday 20 September, the PVC(I) attended an afternoon tea in celebration of Mid-Autumn Festival, a significant Chinese holiday celebrating the end of the autumn harvest, hosted by International Student Support.
The PVC(I) attended an Australia Awards Completion Ceremony to congratulate the achievements of 19 Australia Awards Scholarship holders who graduated with Master degrees from a diverse range of programs.