Our guest blogger, Kaif Ul Wara, studying Bachelor of Criminology/ Bachelor of Laws, shares her experience of Ramadan during COVID-19. Since I was a little girl, I have known to observe Ramadan with friends and extended family. My favourite memories are of hosting and attending Iftar dinners with family and going to mosques. BUT NOT THIS YEAR! Everything I ever knew or did to observe … Continue reading Ramadan in Isolation!
Our study/work/life is suddenly looking very different from what we imagined this year might look like. And now that we are physically distanced from each other, it’s even more important to stay connected. Peer Mentors from the College of Arts, Social Sciences & Commerce are facilitating online meetups to chat about study, life and how we are going with the universe and everything at the … Continue reading Stay connected with a peer meetup!
Semester 1 is here and we have your back with the awesome #How2uni workshops on time management, understanding your assessments, writing for success, knowing your support services and health & wellbeing. Workshops will be held online via Zoom for all students to attend for the following sessions. Monday 16 March, 12pm- 1pm: Get organised for semester Wednesday 25 March, 12pm- 1pm: Understanding assessments Tuesday 31 March, … Continue reading Do you know #how2uni?
With semester starting, you might be looking at the 2020 Subject search, pondering what new subjects are on offer that could light your fire! Well look no further, because the School of Humanities & Social Sciences has exciting new subjects on offer that might be just the thing you are looking for. HUS3ICI, Innovation and Creative Intelligence, challenges you to look at creativity as a … Continue reading Creativity and Disruption: exciting new subjects for 2020!
If you are a student at our City campus, you will be pleased to know that La Trobe Student Union (LTSU) is available to make your uni experience even better. The LTSU provides a whole range of support, including financial counselling, advocacy, fun student activities, clubs– and free diaries and wall planners! And becoming a union member is super easy! For semester 1, Financial Counselling … Continue reading LTSU services at City campus
Have you ever thought, “Gee, I’d love to intern at the Wise ASSC blog”? Well, it’s your lucky day because we are looking for an intern for Semester 2! If writing is your passion, and you have a spare elective and want to take an internship subject in Semester 2, such as ASC3WPP or MAC3INT, then we want to hear from you. If you want … Continue reading Intern at the Wise ASSC blog
Calling all students interested in a career in Commerce or Business (or any field at all), now is your chance to get a foot in the door!! The Commerce Students’ Association are back and bigger than ever in 2020! This is all starting with the introduction of a new Careers Directory on our website. Through our partnership with GradAustralia/Prosple, you can now search for graduate … Continue reading Get ahead with the Commerce Students Association!
2020 is here and it’s time for our Semester 1 subscriber competition! If you are already a subscriber, well done to you for being so worldly and organised to receive all the latest news about your uni! If you are not a subscriber, then it’s time to join your awesome fellow students and fill in your details on the subscriber form. Not only will you … Continue reading Competition time!
Do you want to undertake a placement and gain credit for it in Semester 1, 2020? We have some great opportunities available to you on-campus and off-campus! Am I eligible? If you have completed 120 credit points and have a spare elective, you can express interest in any of the placements. Click here for internship information, including a list of available positions. How do I … Continue reading Get career ready AND earn credit!
The new year is a time for setting resolutions (and breaking them), for returning to routines and planning for new adventures, but also for getting all those boring details of your life sorted. Here at Wise ASSC, we’ve been setting our goals, planning what 2020 will look like, and sorting through our admin to make sure we are all up to date. This is a … Continue reading New year check up