News: international student
Uni life is a rollercoaster ride filled with opportunities, and one of the best ones is connecting with the local community. For international students, it's a chance to make friends beyond the uni bubble and truly embrace the culture of your new home. Here, some of us recall what we did during our first few years in Adelaide as an international student and talk about how you can dive into the local scene and build meaningful connections outside of campus.
Uni life is a wild ride, and let's be real, nothing beats the excitement of heading back home during those semester breaks. Whether you're from a different state or a globe-trotting international student, that sweet reunion with family and friends is something to look forward to. I asked some of my international student friends what some of the things they had to prepare for included - and so let's first dive into visa stuff:
In this blog post, we're spilling the beans on how to make the most of Victor Harbor without busting your budget.
South Australia's Flinders Ranges National Park is a haven for adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts. Its rugged landscapes, ancient rock formations, and vibrant wildlife make it a dream destination for travelers. And here's the good news: you can explore this incredible region without breaking the bank. My last trip to the Ranges was about this time of the year – after the cold of winter, but before summer comes and the days get too hot for camping.
October is finally here, so you know what that means: exam season is upon us.
Hey there, uni pals! Uni life is like a rollercoaster with classes, assignments, and whatnot. And when it comes to food, well, it can be a bit of a puzzle, especially when you're cooking for one. But don't fret! In this blog post, we're diving into the fantastic world of cooking for one. We'll help you turn mealtime into a satisfying break from the hustle and bustle of uni.