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What to do in Melbourne: Sport

The world's sporting capital has got everything covered in 2018.

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Build your employability over the holidays

It's easier than you think to bolster your CV before heading back to university. 

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Bad practice: A guide to avoiding exploitation at work

Don't let dodgy employers take advantage of you.

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Applying in Australia: A student timeline

Your guide to conquering the application process for Australian universities.
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What you need to know about voluntourism

Sometimes there can be more than meets the eye.
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Australian universities compete for international students

Where are students from overseas choosing to study?

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Looking after your health in Australia

Many international students who come to Australia are living away from home and their family for the first time. With your family overseas, it is very important for you to look after your health.
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International students' guide to the Melbourne Cup

Everything from what it is, where to watch it and why it's important.

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Four ways to deal with homesickness

International students are constantly exposed to new things
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There's a place for you in Melbourne: Zhou's Story

Read about Zhou's experience as a student in Melbourne. 

 

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Impending changes for ELICOS

English language tests for foreign students will be different as of 2018. 

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There’s a place for you in Melbourne: Ana's Story

Read about Ana's experience as a student in Melbourne. 

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Study 'in' Australia by distance or online

Many students want to study in Australia to take advantage of its quality education system, although sometimes this is simply not an option for those who have jobs and family commitments overseas.
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Five benefits of studying in a regional area

If you're thinking about moving to Australia to study, you can probably imagine yourself studying in an iconic capital city like Sydney or Melbourne. You may not realise that regional Australia is another option.
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