• Students’ favourite things to do in Sydney for free

    You’re a student living in one of the world’s best cities, and you’re desperate to get out and explore your new home. But how can

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  • 5 essential career skills you will learn in shared accommodation

    Heading off to university is about so much more than just studying for academic qualifications – although admittedly, that will take up a sizeable chunk

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  • 7 ways to make a difference while studying

    Giving back to the community while studying is a great opportunity for students to make a difference not only to others, but also to themselves.

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  • How to convince your parents about studying in Australia

    So, you want to come and study in Australia? Whilst this is undoubtedly an amazing opportunity for any lucky student, the first people you will

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  • Student’s guide to Newtown

    Conveniently nestled in the heart of Sydney’s very cool inner west, Newtown is a suburb that has always danced to its own tune. A melting

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  • 7 Sustainable study habits: Going paperless and beyond

    When thousands of students descend upon a university town or city, the impact on the local community can be huge. And if those same students

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  • How to deal with a bad flatmate

    Uni flatmates come in all shape and sizes, and there’s no way of predicting in advance how that’s going to play out in your shared

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  • International student’s guide to Aussie slang

    G’day! As if life wasn’t hard enough as a brand new student in a brand new country, you might have noticed there are some new

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  • 7 of the best night-out ideas for students in Sydney

    Every night is student night in Sydney, so when it comes to getting out and about why limit yourself to the weekends? There’s plenty on

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  • Mistakes to avoid when interacting with students from different cultures

    As the world becomes an increasingly smaller place, cultural diversity has become the norm. And with over 550,000 international students flooding into Australia every year,

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