Uni coffee and recommendations

Bec Meier is a Unimelb Adventures contributor. You can follow her on Twitter @latenighthell  It goes without saying that a student without caffeine is like a phone without charge; we need it to function. More than that, as uni students we very easily fall into the ‘broke and tired’ category. It’s the trope we all embrace, if somewhat reluctantly. It’s for this reason we … Continue reading Uni coffee and recommendations

Speak of the Devil – Getting through Language Assessments

Worried about your first language assessment? Trying desperately, for the millionth time in your uni career, to find a way out of doing an oral presentation? Getting to the end of your degree and realising that you’re not confident using the language you’ve been studying? No matter your level, with first major assessments coming up, Unimelb Adventures has some great recommendations for the aspiring multilingual … Continue reading Speak of the Devil – Getting through Language Assessments

Club Highlight: The Language Exchange Club

Annyeonghaseyo and hello! I know how intimidating and time-consuming it can be to learn a new language, but fret not, for the Language Exchange Club (or LEC) is here for all your language needs! For just $5 a year, they provide weekly classes on languages such as Korean, German and Spanish, to name a few, and you can go to as many classes as you … Continue reading Club Highlight: The Language Exchange Club

Our first year at the University of Melbourne

A biomedicine student’s perspective It all started on Tuesday 26 February when I and around 300 other nervous first year biomedicine students scurried into the Kathleen Fitzpatrick Theatre for our 9:15am welcome lecture during o-week. I should add that it took me three laps of campus to finally find it, with the Lost On Campus app being my saviour. Surprisingly, I wasn’t as nervous as … Continue reading Our first year at the University of Melbourne