Survival Guide

Trust us: uni is way better than high school. You can also trust us when we tell you that, while the liberation from tyrannous teachers and pedantic principals is a welcome boon, it can sometimes feel like everyone knows what they’re doing besides you. That’s not true. In first year, no one knows what they’re doing. That’s why we have some handy hints and top tips to cope with uni and uni life.

Surviving High School

Surviving High School

Uni? Pfft. We understand that a lot of you are currently subject to the rigours of secondary school assessment, so if we can help assuage the damage that the final year of school is doing then it's all worth it.

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Settling in at Uni

Settling in at Uni

Going to uni can be a bit daunting in first year, especially if you don't know anyone there - it can almost feel like being in Year 7 again! There are so many people and the place is just so gosh-darn big! We have a few tips for getting it right, have a read.

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Jobs & Internships

Jobs & Internships

Most uni students hold down part-time jobs or an internship here and there. This might be so they can cover rent and utilities, or so they can really party each week. You might be looking for an easy bar or café job, or you might be looking to jump straight onto a path towards your career of choice via an internship. Read here about students' experiences of balancing both, and what leads where.

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International Students

International Students

Beginning life in a new city can be one of life's most exciting experiences. But knowing how to make the most of your time can be hard. This section is for international students who are looking for info on studying, surviving and enjoying life in Australia.

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Personal Finances

Personal Finances

They say that Cash-Money is an army. If that's the case then university students deserve a Victoria Cross, because we're often the ones with the most serious battle-scars.

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