Posts Tagged With Melbourne

There is no tolerance for racism in Australia

Melbourne, Victoria welcomes everyone!  There is no place in our community for racism or intolerance, on or off campus. In fact, it is against the law in Victoria to vilify someone because of their race or religion.  Any inappropriate behaviour should be reported to Victoria Police or the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission. Recently…

Study Melbourne @ White Night

Saturday 21 February 2015 marked the third annual White Night Festival in the heart of Melbourne. Featuring local, national and international artists and works from Australia, France, Canada, Greece, Portugal, India and the United Kingdom, we were joined by international students of Victoria on a walking tour to see the city transform into a living, breathing hub of arts…

Interested in volunteering? Here’s a list of all the ways you can get involved

Whether it’s in an industry you want to work in professionally or just something you are interested in doing on the side, volunteering is a great way to meet new people, develop skills and learn outside the classroom. Even if it’s one night a week during semester or for a fortnight during study holidays, volunteering…

Student Insights: Do Buy the Entertainment book

We are RMIT Newintstudents and we are students from RMIT. We love food, shopping and talking about issues that affects students in Melbourne. We are also happy to help new international students such as yourselves. RMIT Newintstudents, Meld Magazine, RSPCA and others are selling the Entertainment book this year for $65. There are thousands of offers up…

Meet Red Hong Yi: University of Melbourne Alumni turned Internationally Renowned Artist!

Many know her as the artist who ‘loves to paint, but not with a paintbrush’. One of MTV’s Instagrammers Changing the Way We See the World, Red Hong Yi is returning to Melbourne as keynote speaker for the Melbourne International Student Conference on September 27 and 28. Growing up in Malaysia, studying in Melbourne, working in Shanghai and now traveling all over…

The Study Melbourne Student Centre is now open!

The Victorian Government today opened the Study Melbourne Student Centre, one of the flagship initiatives of the Victorian Government’s International Education Strategy for Victoria. The Study Melbourne Student Centre provides: A welcoming ‘drop-in’ place for students in metropolitan and regional Victoria through its centrally located position within Melbourne’s CBD, Information and prevention advice to students…

Welcome!

The Study Melbourne blog has been established to provide everything you need to know about studying and living in Melbourne, Victoria. We’ll cover the latest in student life, education institutions, courses and events, sharing local advice and insider tips to introduce you to Australia’s most welcoming destination. Be sure to sign up to the newsletter…

FAQ: I’m about to live in a share house for the first time. Any tips?

Renting with other people is great for sharing costs, experiences and learning to live with others. Because you will be sharing a lot of time with your housemates, it is important to choose people you think you get along with. Check the student accommodation services at your university or college. They may have a list…

FAQ: I’m thinking about studying in Melbourne. What should I do next?

With so many courses on offer, you’ll need to narrow down your study options by looking at what is important to you. The general process is: Select your course, Apply via your chosen institution or an Australian education agent, Process your application, Apply for a visa Before identifying the course for you, ask yourself: Does…