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Master the art of IELTS

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IELTS

IELTS, the International English Language Testing System, it is recognised by over 6,000 organisations worldwide, including universities, employers, professional bodies, immigration authorities and other government agencies. IELTS is very common to international students. We hope that we could share some creative ways of learning English effectively. Here are some of the ways: Writing Be sure…

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Plagiarism

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plagiarism

Starting your degree in Australia? Let’s talk about Plagiarism in assignments, one of the most important reasons why students fail in their assignments. We can’t stress enough how important it is to be ethical in your research and assignments. The universities have been recently putting lots of effort in ensuring a fair academic environment among…

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Time management in Writing

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Time management

Time Management in Writing. With 60 minutes on the clock to finish 2 writing tasks, it is indeed very crucial to take the most out of all the time you have. To deliver great contents. Besides allocating your time relevant to different tasks, you should also allow a little time to write a draft so…

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Transportation in Adelaide

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Transportation

International students studying full time in South Australia are entitled to a concession fare for travel on tram, train and bus services. Single and daily tickets are available, as well as the rechargeable electronic Metrocard. Here are some Transportation Tips: Tip 1 Google Maps is your best friend to get around Adelaide until you are…

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Study in Australia – First day in Adelaide

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Study in South Australia

As an international student, first day in Australia was a blur – the excitement, entirely different country, new people, different language (slang) and tired from the long journey. I arrived in December which was the end of spring and start of summer. Transition from a hot, humid place to a dry, cooler place was quite…

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Staying Safe – The Essentials

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Staying Safe

There are some really simple but important things all international students should do to keep themselves safe while here in Australia 1. Know how to call emergency The emergency phone number in Australia is 000. Through this number you can get, police, fire or ambulance. There are all kinds of emergency situations that you might come across.…

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Taking Care of Your Mental Health – Studying in Australia

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Mental Health

Mental health issues such as anxiety and depression are unfortunately common among students, and research has shown that international students are particularly vulnerable. The pressures of being away from their homes, studying in another language and social barriers can compound upon international students and result in acute distress. On top of this, many do not seek help…