Friday 28th April saw a productive, fun and informative afternoon tea at The Edge at the State Library, which is the home of the Brisbane Student Hub. It is a great drop in and work space for international students to use. Students can access help in the form of information, advice and referrals on healthcare, employment, budget management, accommodation and legal services, as well as connecting students to local events and activities. Thank you to Multicultural Development Association for putting on this event. ISANA members from both tertiary, secondary and TAFE attended and we met many of the Brisbane student ambassadors, who are clearly doing a wonderful job.
The Hub is open between 12-5pm on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday or by appointment from Monday and Fridaybetween 9am-5pm. The website for more information is: https://mdaltd.org.au/
An ISANA membership underpins the work of those who work in the Australian and New Zealand international education industry. The organisation provides the information, training and networks that assist these international educators, administrators and student support staff to accomplish their daily work and advance their careers.
This Bursary valued at $1000 plus a conference registration is awarded to one student from each State and Territory. The aims of the Student conference bursary are to:
- Provide opportunities for engagement with other students and professional and academic staff in the international education sector;
- Ensure that international students interest’s and opinions are heard and noted in general discussion and through presentations;
- Develop leadership potential in the international student community
- Disseminate international education information through the student community
We invite ISANA members to nominate continuing international students who will be worthy recipients for your State or Territory. Nominated International students will need to submit complete applications to the ISANA Secretariat firstname.lastname@example.org by 31st July 2017
If you are an international student interested in this opportunity, please contact your student services office and ask to speak with a staff member who is an ISANA member.
What is this service?
We give free, confidential legal advice to international students living in New South Wales.
International students in NSW can get advice about housing problems, fines, debts, car accidents, employment, discrimination, family law, domestic violence, and complaints about colleges or universities. We can also advise how these problems affect student visas.
How to access this service
Call us on (02) 9698 7645. Advice is by appointment on a Wednesday evening, either in person, by phone or using video-link up.
To call us using a free telephone interpreter, call the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450.
Please note that we can make arrangements to advise students living anywhere in NSW.
Following on from the success of the 2014 combined ISANA/ANZSSA conference, the 2017 Conference will be jointly organised by ANZSSA and ISANA on the beautiful Gold Coast, Queensland, famed for its stunning endless beaches, restaurants and natural beauty.
The theme for the conference is ‘Widening Perspectives of Student Success’.
The conference will give us the opportunity to explore and discuss the many factors that contribute to the overall student success, both within and outside the classroom. There will be an exciting program of speakers, workshops, social activities and lots of networking opportunities. Delegates will be able to share successful strategies, engage with key stakeholders and develop important partnerships.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Gold Coast in December 2017.
|Abstract Submissions – NOW OPEN
On behalf of the Program Committee, we invite you to submit an abstract for presentation at combined ISANA/ANZSSA conference.
All submissions will undergo a peer review process by the Program Committee. The Program Committee will allocate accepted submissions to the program, taking into account the quality of each abstract, the balance of the program and the relevance to the overall conference theme: Widening Perspectives of Student Success.
|This conference seeks to explore evidence based practice in international education services by looking at the following sub themes;
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Dr Durance was supervised by Professor Bob Lingard and Associate Professor Gloria Dall’alba at the University of Queensland and her thesis was entitled, ‘Bringing the World to Melbourne: Transnationalism, Agency and Contributions of International Students to Making a City, 2000-2010’.
On behalf of all members we congratulate Paula on her achievement and her contribution to International Education in Australia.
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