Issue 08
11 June 2019

In this issue:

  • Study Overseas in South Korea
  • PACE Mentoring: Apply Now
  • Microengineering Winter School: Register Now
  • Free Flu Vaccinations at UniSA
  • Managing Your Exam Anxiety


Study Overseas in South Korea

Want to:
  • Challenge yourself?
  • Experience a different culture?
  • Make new friends?
  • Boost your resume?
UniSA will be sending a group of up to 12 students to study in South Korea for four months in SP2 2020!

Choose to study (in English) at one of five major universities in South Korea, and receive 13.5 or 18 units credit from the UniSA exchange program – supported by the Australian Government and fully funded up to $9500.

This opportunity is open to students from all academic divisions, subject to the eligibility criteria.

PACE Mentoring: Applications Now Open

PACE Mentoring connects students and jobseekers with a disability with mentors from leading Australian organisations. You’ll be matched to an experienced professional who will help you identify and reach your career development goals, and build your confidence in a workplace environment. 

If you are over 18 years of age, identify as having any type of disability, and are looking to advance your career opportunities, read the details on our information page to learn more about the August–November program. Early applications are recommended.

Microengineering Winter School: Registrations Now Open

Registrations for the South Australian node of the Australian National Fabrication Facility's (ANFF-SA) FREE four-day Microengineering Winter School, from Tuesday 9 July to Friday 12 July, are open now. 

ANFF-SA specialises in delivering advanced manufacturing technologies to local, national, and international users, using world-class design and engineering solutions.
Located at UniSA’s Future Industries Institute in Mawson Lakes, ANFF-SA's sixth Microengineering Winter School offers state-of-the-art equipment, hands-on experiences in world-class cleanroom facilities, and career insights from local industry tours. Presentations and practicals will be delivered by industry leaders and technical experts who will introduce:
  • photolithography
  • design for photolithography
  • etching
  • PDMS devices
  • microelectrodes
  • characterisation
  • simulation
  • optical interference and spectra. 
For more information and to register now, visit


Free Flu Vaccinations at UniSA

The University, through UniSA Health Medical Clinic, is providing ALL students with the opportunity to receive a FREE four strain influenza (flu) vaccination to stay well during winter and reduce the risk of extended down time from study and work.

Flu Clinic appointments are still available at City East and City West campuses. 

Book online now HERE, or by calling 1300 172 996.

Managing Your Exam Anxiety... We Can Help!

Feeling the pressure and stress of exams? Don’t worry, some anxiety before and during an exam can actually help enhance your performance – you just need to learn to respond in ways that help you better manage it. 

If you still need help, you can always chat with one of our highly qualified counsellors through UniSA’s free and confidential counselling service. This service is available face-to-face, via phone, or via Skype. If you need to speak to someone after 5pm on weekdays, or anytime on weekends and public holidays, utilise the out-of-hours crisis line on 1300 107 441 (call) or 0488 884 163 (text).