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30 places you need to take your mum (and mates) when they visit Brisbane

We’ve picked out 30 things to do with your visitors to give them an authentic Brisbane experience. So much to do, so little time!

Student blog: 7 professional email writing tips for students

Writing professional emails is a big part of effective communication in a workplace. International Student Ocean Chung thinks it's better to start practicing your email writing skills when you are still studying.

20 things to do in Brisbane under $20

Put that spare $20 to good use with these budget-friendly, cheap Brisbane activities that’ll set you back nearly exactly that much - or maybe even less.

Student blog: Intimidated by conferences? Take part and join the fun!

Student Ambassador Ocean Chung provided handy tips on how to attend professional conferences as a student and get the most of the experience.

Student blog: tips on nailing your social media

Student ambassador Sekar shared some of her tips on stepping up the social media game with various of ideas and experiences.

IN CONVERSATION: Combating discrimination in STEM and creative arts

In the TBH: Beyond Borders podcast, Mehershad sits down with Mazzi, a 2018 Brisbane International Student Ambassador from El Salvador, to discuss why she chose Brisbane to study, the connection between El Salvador and India, and combating ageism and gender discrimination in both STEM and creative arts field.

Student blog: Brisbane on the road - where to go and what to see

Studying abroad is a wonderful opportunity to explore new places and try new things. International student Nipuni has rounded up some of her favourite road trip destinations around Brisbane.

Student blog: Tips to find the perfect student work placement

Finding work placements, internships or work experience during your studies abroad may be incredibly helpful when you're looking to enter the workforce after you graduate. Our student ambassador Stephanie Casas has some tips for you.

Your guide to O Week in Brisbane

Pack your days with campus tours, information sessions and workshops to familiarise yourself with your new university, and use your nights to get to know your new classmates.

IN CONVERSATION: Representing your country abroad and looking to a better future

In the TBH: Beyond Borders podcast, Mehershad sits down with Kagwiria, the 2018 Brisbane International Student Ambassador for Kenya to discuss cultural diversity, representing your country and and her most memorable experiences in Australia so far.