We welcome Hassan Ali and Jesus Franco Morelo who recently joined the 2023 TAFESA International Student Ambassador team.
TAFE SA is proud to announce the Horticulture Student of the Year Award recipient, Pamela Alejandra Araya Bernal.
TAFE SA is happy to welcome International Ambassadors for Engineers Australia, as well as our own International Student team.
Campus Alive events took place on all TAFE SA campuses between 13-17 February 2023, a great opportunity for students to connect and learn about TAFE SA services that are available.
Our international students have enjoyed an action-packed start to the new year, with Summer vacation activities and new student orientations.
Congratulations to our three International Alumni Award Finalists who were nominated for the 2022 TAFE SA Honour Awards.
With orientation events for new students, bus tours to the Hills and Fleurieu regions, and a student barbeque, it's been a busy semester for international students.
The TAFE SA 2022 Graduation and Award Presentation for Cookery, Hospitality, Patisserie, Tourism, Events and Travel students was held at Regency campus at on 26 October 2022.
We are pleased to introduce our new Ambassadors who join our current Ambassador, Owen Ong from Malaysia studying Civil and Structural Engineering.
TAFE SA was awarded Large Training Provider of the Year at the 2022 South Australian Training Awards in August.
Two student holiday activities were held during the mid-year break in July.
TAFE SA International Massage Graduate and Student Ambassador, Zag, recently participated in the 2022 World Championship.
Some of our TAFE SA International students have been involved behind the scenes filming some new student testimonial videos for Student Services.
TAFE SA International Students attended South Australia’s largest Eid Festival held at the Adelaide Showgrounds on May 14 and 15.
Congratulations to TAFE SA International students Henry and Dean who have been selected to be part of the StudyAdelaide Student Ambassador team.
Term one started with a BBQ supported by StudyAdelaide and BUPA OHS, and ended with holiday activities at Shanx Regency Mini Golf and West Beach Adventure Mega-Climb.
TAFE SA Barossa based students were treated to a group industry tour to Seppeltsfield Winery. We also celebrated two of our students at an Awards Ceremony.
As we welcome students back to TAFE SA in 2022, we acknowledge and thank our 2021 Student Ambassadors and we look at recent upgrades to the Barossa Campus.
As 2021 drew to a close, we celebrated our International Alumni as part of our inaugural TAFE SA Honour Awards, and shared a barbeque at Regency Campus.
Whether attending a Gin Masterclass, or accessing discounted barber visits for International Men's Day, our International students made the most of November.
International students have made the most of the Spring weather visiting Lot 14 and the Barossa, and two students have been recognised at the Study Adelaide Student Awards.
The last student in our series is Nazza, who is originally from Italy. Having grown up in the hospitality industry, Nazza is further honing his skills and knowledge to pursue his goals.
Second in our series is Rudra from Chitwan, Nepal, whose dream job went from Defence to Tourism, Hospitality and Events Management.
First in our series is Mey from Phnom Phen, Cambodia, who is excited to work, live and study in Adelaide.
She’s well travelled and accustomed to big cities but TAFE SA International graduate Kasuni Fernando is thriving in the South Australian bush.
TAFE SA student Thi Minh Khue Nguyen is “over the moon” after being named the top student in the vocational education and training category of StudyAdelaide’s International Student Awards.
Entering the second year of his nursing bachelor, Daniel shares his study experiences and challenges.
Having completed a business degree, Serene had built a career in finance in Singapore. However, an interest in nursing led to a new chapter of life as an international student in Adelaide.
TAFE SA International Student Kasuni Fernando had never been to the Flinders Ranges until she started work at Wilpena Pound Resort, but she’s quickly becoming a strong advocate.
Not even a global pandemic could stop StudyAdelaide Ambassador, Renalu, from pursuing her study and career goals at TAFE SA.