Cassie is a third-year Commerce student, majoring in Economics and Finance. She spends several hours a day listening to true crime and/or politics podcasts, and is addicted to long distance running. If you’ve been living the lavish university life, your bank account may be hurting after a few too many indulgences. So if you’re […]
Aidan is an Italian Honours student at the University of Melbourne and one of our sub-editors at Unimelb Adventures. When he’s not studying (ie. struggling to write his thesis) in the Bailieu library, you’ll find him taking photographs around Melbourne or attempting to learn another foreign language. “So….. What are your plans for […]
Find some useful tips about exams and take-homes prepared by the team!
The team is here to help when it comes to cooking for SWOTVAC and study season!
Cassie is a third-year Commerce student, majoring in Economics and Finance. She is addicted to podcasts and long distance running. It’s almost swotvac. It’s the time of year when you realise you didn’t understand 75% of the content this semester, you stopped doing your tutorial work in week 3, and you never actually went back […]
Nicole is one of the staff writers for Unimelb Adventures. She is in third year, doing a Bachelor of Music, specialising in Performance and majoring in Piano. She loves keeping herself fit by swimming and going out on adventure walks! Throughout my undergraduate studies so far, I have loved taking the opportunity to do either […]
If it’s your first semester at Unimelb, or you’re sick of getting lost trying to find House of Cards (we’ve all been there), you’ve come to the right place! Here are some student coffee recommendations, with random life tips thrown in for fun!
Audilia is a third-year Biomedicine student majoring in Immunology, and is undecided on whether she wants to pursue health or education (or both?). When she’s not holed up in a library, you’ll find her stuck in a book or blogging at audsventures. So, you want to be adventurous? Study abroad? Live away from home? Travel […]
Ruby is a first year Master of Biotechnology student with a passion for science, books, and all things musical. If you see her around campus, she’ll most likely be scouting for free food, pressing replay on some fresh tunes, or with her nose stuck in a book. You and me both, Neville, you and me […]
Alain Nguyen is a second year student who spends too much time at Uni and has called it home. When he’s not at Uni, he’s a wannabe photographer and is still trying to get his Ps. So you’re sitting down having a coffee and you have a five hour gap until your next lecture. You […]
You may have done everything within your powers to prepare for uni, but there are so many things you only find out later. To save you valuable time, the Unimelb Adventures team have come up with this cheatsheet of things we wish we’d known before we started uni! You don’t need to know what you’re […]
Sam is a final year Master of Publishing and Communications student who loves to watch soccer and cycling, read books, bake cakes and knit jumpers. New to the Uni and wondering what to expect during the next couple of weeks of Orientation before first semester kicks off? Fear not! Here’s a rundown of some of […]
Alain Nguyen is a first year student who spends too much time at uni and has called it home. When he’s not at uni he’s probably eating somewhere in some alleyway cafe or slowly working towards getting his P’s. So it’s exam time and you seem to spend more time trying to find a free […]
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 […]
Sonia is currently a second year Arts student with a double major of Media and Communications and Psychology. She loves the outdoors and has a passion for photography. We all know the struggle that group projects can be. Following all those back and forth emails, trying to split up tasks evenly – and the list […]