Post Tagged with: "University of South Australia"
When journalism students return to University after the mid-semester break, someone important will not. Program Director of Journalism, Kathryn Bowd, is leaving her role after 15 years at the University of South Australia. JOHN HUNT reports.
83 per cent of UniSA students find it sometimes difficult to manage a budget and their finances according to a survey completed by On The Record. ASHLEA SEALEY reports.
The number of Australians aged 18-34 attending an educational institution has almost doubled since 1976, despite the costs of university tuition, according to a study released by the ABS. SARAH PARKINSON reports.
Sporting clubs at the University of South Australia are in for a huge overhaul, according to recent developments to the university and its Students’ Association, UniLife. ELEISA HANCOCK reports.
As stress of assignments is setting in, another topic seems to fray the nerves of many university students – what to do after university. Thinking about developing a career and managing university at the same time can seem too hard for some, but managing a career path does not have to be tricky, writes CAITLIN KEENAN.
‘Work’ and ‘placement’ are two words with the power to strike fear in the hearts of university students everywhere. While offering invaluable hands on experience, work placements are often a stressful time for students, particularly for those looking to gain entry into the media industry, writes AMY NIEDORFER.
Almost 50 new law graduates happily donned mortarboards last month at the University of South Australia graduation- but their futures might not be so bright, writes ROSCOE WHALAN.
In a survey conducted at the University of South Australia in March 2012, 60 per cent of respondents believed sunburn and hot water scalds to be the most common types of burns, writes REBECCA WARDEN.
Young cyclists are being given the opportunity to showcase their skills on an international stage, by competing in the 2012 Tour Down Under on Team UniSA, writes IAN MAZURE-JOHNSTONE.
By PHILIPPA MOFFATT. With autumn marking the official start of the flu season, many South Australians are undecided on whether to vaccinate themselves against the virus.