Jen is a fourth year art history student, though this is her first year at Unimelb (she’s from NZ, don’t hold it against her). When she’s not at uni, Jen will be out getting to know Melbourne and all it has to offer. The uni gallery has a lot to offer and it’s a great place to go and clear your head for a … Continue reading Five Galleries Near Campus That Aren’t the Ian Potter
My friends at other unis were talking about distinctions, HDs..and here we are with this H1, H2A thing which made no sense to me at the time.
So, I hope this post gives you a better idea what those subject codes represent.
I had a good first week back. Like, a crazy ridiculously good week. Where do I begin? First off, I LOVE my classes. I honestly can’t remember the last time I felt so happy and excited about my classes. I’ve got nothing to complain about them, I love each and every one of my subjects so much. If you are looking for a subject to … Continue reading Week 1 round up
I have so many mixed feelings going into Semester 2.
Update: In 2017, the GAMSAT costs $490 to sit. What is this GAMSAT business, and why all the fuss about it? As a science student, I hear a lot of grumble and mumbles from friends about the GAMSAT all year round. And I was curious – what is it like to sit the GAMSAT? So in this blog post, I did a bit of … Continue reading What is it like to sit the GAMSAT?
You may have seen these guys on campus, and you may wonder – who are they, and what exactly do they do? Well, hopefully this guest blog post will help to fill the gaps!
Week 1 was fun and games, but Week 2 was time to snap back into this ‘study’ thing.
This semester I will be writing up week-by-week reflections on how the week went on my side of town.
Here we go:
Chances are, ticket inspectors will be everywhere on the 29 Feb, ready to check for concession cards.
So here is an overview of what you need to know about getting your concession card for public transport.
Have you ever wondered what college life is like? I invited Kimi Pellosis to write a guest post, outlining the jist of what it is like to be a college kid.
By Matthew Mack
So some of you reading this may have recently acquired an offer to study at the University of Melbourne. Congratulations!
Others may be somewhat hesitant about the fact that you can’t directly study a double degree at the University of Melbourne. I can empathise, I wanted to do a Science/Music double degree, but at the time, such wasn’t possible. Their alternative is to study a second bachelor’s degree after your first.
Occasionally, I surf Careers Online for the latest job and volunteering opportunities on campus – and here are some great opportunities I have found:
Spanish 2 was reviewed by Travis Lines. He is a second year student undertaking the Bachelor of Biomedicine and is studying intensive Spanish over the summer.
The university has been inundated with hundreds of VCE students in the past two weeks for UMSU’s VCESS 2014 program.
2014 marks my second year volunteering with VCESS. This year I tutored Unit 3/4 Psychology, was a group leader, and ran a workshop for the program.
Here’s a summary of VCESS in 2014.
This was part of my ‘Crash course to Uni‘ workshop.
Choosing what course you want to do, and what university you want to go to – is a pretty big decision. I certainly had no clue what I wanted to do, and it was only when I had to put down my uni preferences that I started seriously considering my options.