Coffee is our fuel for Week 12 survival. I always feel a bit guilty spending the $4 on coffee when I could be spending it on flashcards to memorise definitions for upcoming exams. The caffeine usually washes away that guilt, though. However, if one spends $3.50 a day for the five days of Week 12, […]
I asked on Instagram (our account is @unimelbadventures, if you wanted to follow us) what posts you would like to see, and I am proud to present our first reader-recommended post – thanks @isthatflawless! Procrastination (noun) The action of delaying or postponing something. The enemy of a university student! Writer’s block […]
We all need a break from time to time! Have a productive break from your study with these ideas.
Ah, exams: The final hurdle to jump over before the summer break. The huge, sad hurdle, that really gets in the way of watching Netflix… Because exams often make up a large part of your grade, it’s totally natural to feel nervous. Here are some things to do before, during and after the exam to […]
Staff writer Brenda writes from experience to give you a comprehensive and easy-to-understand guide to applying for exchange.
Hello strangers! It’s been what, 3 months since I graduated – how crazy’s that? A lot has happened since my unimelb days. So much so, I feel like I’ve grown into a different person. Since graduating from my science degree, I’ve been fortunate to secure a full-time job at Deakin in the International Marketing and Comms team […]
There are seemingly endless possibilities for breadth. From a biomedicine student wishing to pursue a language to a commerce student wanting to release their inner Tina Fey in Spontaneous Drama, there really is something for everyone! This is both a good and bad thing. The choice can certainly seem overwhelming. Reading all the descriptions for […]
What is Prosh Week? Why did I see people protesting about protests on my way to uni? Read more to find out!
As a first year, I’ve discovered that while the freedom associated with being a uni student is awesome, it can be a bit daunting suddenly finding yourself in an environment with no set schedule. It also takes a lot of courage to strike up a conversation with a totally new person. If you’re feeling the […]
Well folks – that time has arrived. It’s time for me to say goodbye! Before I go into all the sentimental and sappy farewell bits, let’s talk about a little thing that happened on the weekend. I finally graduated! And I didn’t fall up or down the stage. Mission accomplished. Graduation day wasn’t what I was expecting. […]
Tomorrow’s the big day! Come 4pm, I’ll be sitting nervously in Wilson Hall, waiting to walk up the stage to collect my degree. But knowing me, I’ll most likely trip walking up the stage. Even though I’ve been anticipating my graduation day for some time now, it still doesn’t feel real. I can’t believe this […]
It’s the question everyone’s been asking – what’s going to happen to Unimelb Adventures once I graduate? Well, it’s a great pleasure to announce that I’m handing the reins over to our new editors – Reanna Clark and Travis Lines! They have been fantastic Semester 1 sub-editors, and I’m confident they’ll do a killer job leading the […]
So you’ve put in all that work, only to be rewarded with a measly mark – gah! It sucks to get a mark that doesn’t represent the work and effort you’ve put in for the subject, and we’ve all been there before. In between yelling profanities at your computer and fighting the temptation to rage quit uni, […]
Don’t panic, but results have started to trickle out. Do bear in mind that results are not finalised until after 3pm, Friday 10 July. Most results tend to stay the same once uploaded on the portal. However, marks do change on rare occasions. For example – this one time in second year, my subject score dropped by […]
Have a question about class registrations? Here are the answers you seek. Bear in mind that we’re no 13 MELB, so use this information as a guide. For the most up to date info, head over to Ask.Unimelb.