Students

New Colombo Plan scholarship to give student international work and study experience

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Bachelor of Science student John Gilbertson has received a New Colombo Plan scholarship which will see him undertake an exchange to the National University of Singapore.

Opera students put on a performance for all children

June 14 / 138

Students from the  Master of Music (Opera Performance) course have performed a ‘relaxed’ production of Hansel and Gretel with Victorian Opera, designed to be accessible to children with sensory and communication disorders.

Art and the environment: a natural fit

June 14 / 138

VCA students have celebrated World Environment Day with a themed exhibition of interactive art projects at the Ian Potter Museum of Art. 

That’s a wrap: VCA Clickers One-Night Movie Making Competition

May 14 / 137

More than 50 enthusiastic filmmakers from the VCA, including first-year students and VCA staff have taken part in a unique artistic engagement competition. 

Women hacking their way to positive change through IT

May 14 / 136

Female students from the University have participated in the Second International Women's Hackathon, following the success of the first event last year.

Climate change: comparing apples and… pears

May 14 / 136

A University-industry grant is helping Masters student Marco Calderon identify future climate change impacts on apple and pear production and build a career in research.

EU internship for politics researcher

May 14 / 136

Assistant Lecturer in European Union (EU) politics and PhD student Sophie Di Francesco-Mayot has undertaken an internship at the diplomatic corps of the European Union in Brussels.

Developing socially-responsible businesses

May 14 / 135

While Master of International Business graduate Archit Chanana's classmates were frantically job-hunting, he was on a plane to Kenya. The plan was to participate in a six-week volunteer program with Balloon Kenya, which helps ambitious local businesses owners create positive social change.

Students show kids a stay in hospital is bear-able

May 14 / 135

Students from the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences have staged a Teddy Bear Hospital (TBH) for the Good Friday Appeal Kids Day Out to raise funds for the Royal Children’s Hospital.

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