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Catch up with Yan Ho, designer from VAMFF 2016

Study Melbourne’s international student fashion show at the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival, A Stitch in Time, A Place of Mine, is just around the corner. As we prepare for this year’s show, we caught up with one of our international student designers from last year’s show ‘Four Seasons in One Night’. Yan Ho from Malaysia completed…

Catch up with Yanxi Chen, designer from VAMFF 2016

Study Melbourne’s international student fashion show at the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival, A Stitch in Time, A Place of Mine, is just around the corner. As we prepare for this year’s show, we caught up with one of our international student designers from last year’s show ‘Four Seasons in One Night’. Yanxi Chen from China completed her…

A change in direction.

Choosing what to do with your life can be overwhelming. There is no simple definition, no clear path. You never really know what life will bring or the best way to reach your goals. Dancer, performer, Patisserie and International Student Ambassador. For Adrin, the path to purpose was never clear: “I was pursuing a Degree…

THE STATE OF OUR FRIENDSHIP

It’s safe to say you’ll find a lot of things when you move to another country– a new found independence, home and array of life lessons. But for Alfonso Ordonez, it was a friendship with Sam Ethell that has left the biggest impression.   Making the move from Colombia in 2009 to study a Bachelor of Business…

Meet the recipients of the 2015 Victorian International Education Awards

Outstanding international students and Victorian education providers have been celebrated for their exceptional contributions to the international education sector at the Victorian International Education Awards. The Honourable Linda Dessau AM, Governor of Victoria and Minister for Training and Skills Steve Herbert both congratulated the Award recipients for their contributions to the State and its international…

Victorian International Education Awards Finalists Provide Tips for Life in Melbourne, Victoria

The Victorian International Education Awards celebrate the exceptional achievements of students in Victoria’s international education sector. Check out the finalists for each category and their stories and tips for life in Melbourne, Victoria. Victorian Student of the Year – Internationalisation Australian students recognised for their contribution to the international student community. Danny Ong What is your advice…

Announcing the Victorian International Education Awards 2015 Provider Finalists

The Victorian International Education Awards recognise the innovative institutions, companies and service providers that make a valuable contribution to Victoria’s world-leading education offering. The Awards also celebrate the extraordinary accomplishments of international students. To find out about this year’s student finalists, click here. Congratulations to all finalists. Excellence in International Education – English Language Training – Ability English…

Launch of RMIT’s What’s your Melbourne style? Quiz

RMIT University today launched its new What’s your Melbourne style? quiz bringing together three key Victorian sectors – games, higher education and travel. Developed in partnership with Study Melbourne, and in collaboration with Komosion and Insider Foundry, the innovative quiz is specially designed for prospective international students interested in studying in Victoria. The quiz takes…

WINNERS ANNOUNCED! How Far We’ve Come Photographic Exhibition

We had hundreds of incredible submissions for the very first Study Melbourne How Far We’ve Come photographic exhibition and it was a very tough decision for our judges! Our winners and finalists below. All photos are being exhibited at the prestigious Ballarat International Foto Biennale until 20 September 2015. CATEGORY: BEAUTY OF VICTORIA WINNER  NAME: Weite Dai STUDYING: Civil Engineering at Deakin…