Latest News
Blog - Adelaide Hospitality and Tourism School
  • Advice for International Students Coming to Study in Australia

    On - July 4, 2017

    Going to university is a big step in any person's life, and it can be even more overwhelming if you chose to study in a foreign country. Australia Plus profiled four academics in Sydney and Melbourne who offered advice for first year students coming from overseas to study in Australia.

    Susan Carland is a sociologist at Monash University's National Centre for Australian Studies. She wrote her PhD, Fighting Hislam, about Muslim women fighting sexism.

    Read full article here. Source: australiaplus

  • 13 Things to Know Before Studying in Australia

    On - July 4, 2017

    You may think Australia is not so different from your home country, that it will be easy to study abroad there and you really don’t need to prepare much.

    Sure, Australia probably won’t be as challenging as studying abroad in a developing country with a different language and no running water, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. And if you don’t do your research, you may find yourself in a bind or facing some difficult surprises once you’re abroad.

    Read full article here. Source: gooverseas

  • Studying Abroad? Here are the Top Tips from Student Travelers

    On - July 4, 2017

    Okay, so we’ve all heard about the perks of studying abroad. But after spending 112 days traveling around the world, I’ve learned that spending a semester away from home can also be a recipe for sticky situations.

    Even as the overly organized, type-A person that I consider myself to be, I’ve run into my fair share of road bumps during my semester at sea. Of course it’s all part of the experience, but in most cases I’d prefer a heads up to a headache.

    Read full article here. Source: usatoday

  • Mistakes Studying Abroad

    On - June 28, 2017

    It's easy to make assumptions and mistakes when studying abroad. Check out these reminders to consider when studying abroad.

    Americans have a reputation for being ignorant of the world. Break that stereotype early by learning about where you will be living, the geography, and the people. Know the surrounding countries, know their ways of life, and know what language they speak.

    Read full article here. Source: gooverseas

  • 100 great ways to save money

    On - June 28, 2017

    Whether living out of home, paying off a car or living pay check to pay check, it is still possible to save money with these great tips!

    No matter where you are on your financial journey, you need to know that it’s possible for anyone to turn their financial life around. Sometimes all it takes is that first step in the right direction to get things moving in your favor. But, as with most things, sometimes that very first step is the hardest part.

    Read full article here. Source: thesimpledollar

  • Greatest Weakness Question

    On - June 28, 2017

    How can you turn a weakness into a strength? Forbes has the answer!

    I always panic when I get the interview question. Like you, I don't think my weaknesses are anybody's business, but I don't want to embarrass myself or the interviewer by saying so.

    Read full article here. Source: forbes

  • Job Seeking Tips

    On - June 28, 2017

    Ready to embark on a new journey? Take a look at these tips for job seekers.

    In the market for a new job? You’ve probably been urged to "pursue your passions," "leverage your network," "tailor and tidy up your resume," "do your homework," and "dress for success"—among other things.

    Read full article here. Source: forbes

  • Benefits of Studying Abroad

    On - June 28, 2017

    The thought of leaving home for months at a time can be quite daunting. But there are so many suprising benefits of studying abroad! 

    Not to sound like a broken record, but study abroad is awesome. We've said it before – in our list of 10 reasons every student should study abroad and by regularly highlighting the benefits of study abroad.

    Read full article here. Source: gooverseas

  • Study Habits

    On - June 28, 2017

    Can't seem to stop checking Facebook or Instagram? Learn how to study effectively with these ten habits. 

    Effective study habits -- studying smarter -- can be learned to improve your ability to better retain reading material. These habits include approaching study with the right attitude, choosing the right environment, minimizing distractions, setting a realistic schedule, and employing memory games, among others.

    Read full article here. Source: psychcentral

  • Q&A: Simon Bryant, Chef, 52

    On - June 22, 2017

    Simon Bryant featured alongside Maggie Beer in The Cook and The Chef.

    “So?” I grew up in a rural area, where a chicken would sit on a bench for five or six hours… Professionally, of course, I have to do things differently. I used to reply, “Happy to have a coffee or a phone call if it offends you that I gave my dog half a duck that I was boning out.” - Simon Bryant

    Read full article here. Source: theaustralian

  • Previous Page   Next Page