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.
The South Australian Government‘s $13.8 million International Student Support Package (ISSP) is designed to assist international students who are currently facing hardship.
The annual International Student Awards were held at Government House last month, with the Governor, the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, presenting awards across 11 categories to students from 13 countries.
Ever dreamed of being a jet-setting fashion designer? How about working as a chef at one of the best restaurants in the world or becoming the CEO of a national bakery chain? While pursuing one of these careers might seem difficult, there are countless examples of students who have followed their passion, made it a career, and reached great heights. Insider Guides chatted to three TAFE SA alumni who did just that.
International student Ni Wang was studying accounting in Adelaide, when her regular bus trip to university took her in a very different direction – leading to a new career in fashion.
Representatives from China’s Qingdao Vocational and Technical College of Hotel Management (QDVTCHM) will visit Adelaide this week in another step toward building a long-term collaborative partnership with TAFE SA.