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StudyAdelaide offers a range of programs and initiatives for international students, providing you with regular opportunities to enhance your employability skills, connect with your peers, and stay informed and supported.


COVID-19 Support

On-shore Student Advice 

While the local COVID-19 situation can change rapidly, so can expert health advice, travel restrictions, and self-isolation requirements.

Visit our dedicated COVID-19 Information for International Students page for up-to-date information on vaccinations, health and wellbeing, travel restrictions, isolation, quarantine, crisis assistance, and more.


Employment Resources and Skills Training

Whether you’re looking to enhance your resume, gain casual employment, learn new skills, or land the ultimate graduate role, our programs and resources will provide you with the skills, knowledge and edge you need to realise your employment goals.

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Employment Resources 

Want to gain an edge over your competition? StudyAdelaide has created a range of free resources to help you do just that, including:

  • Resume and cover letter templates
  • Sample interview questions
  • Pre-interview tips
  • Networking tips
  • Employment webinars

Click here to be taken to our dedicated Employment Resources webpage.

Employment Opportunities in Adelaide

StudyAdelaide has launched JobShop, a platform that has 100s of part-time and casual jobs for international students in Adelaide available right now. Visit JobShop here.

We have also compiled a list of companies that have been actively hiring over recent months. Follow this link to learn more about positions available. New opportunities are added as they arise.


South Australian Skills Commission

The South Australian Skills Commission can help with any question you have about living, working or studying during your stay in South Australia.

The Commission offers independent advice and support to help you:

  • Understand the terms and conditions of your enrolment agreement
  • Understand your rights at work
  • Access support and welfare services
  • Find information on other government services available to international students

Services are free of charge for current international students.


Student Newsletter

The StudyAdelaide Student Newsletter is delivered to your inbox fortnightly, providing you with the latest student news, tips and events in Adelaide.

If you are:

  • an international student currently in Adelaide, or
  • studying remotely through a South Australian-based education provider, or
  • interested in studying in Adelaide,

 sign up to receive the latest news from StudyAdelaide.


Social Events and Activities

Would you like to meet new people, form new friendships and expand your local support network?

StudyAdelaide coordinates a regular program of social events and activities to help you connect with other students and local Australians.

To discover what’s on, subscribe to our newsletter, join us on Facebook, WeChat or Instagram, and bookmark our What’s Happening page for future reference.


Social Channels 

StudyAdelaide also has a dedicated Facebook Group and WeChat Group, providing you with updates on current affairs, student stories, student resources, events, activities and competitions.

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Student Stories

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