Below you will find upcoming events in your state that may be of interest to you. There are events for professional development and networking as well as social events that will provide an insight into Australian life and culture.
Joondalup Library Lunch and Learn
Edith Cowan University - Weekly commencing 27 February
MBA Engage Series – The Process Of Leadership
Curtin University Graduate School of Business – Thursday 8 March
Spanda, Elizabeth Quay, Perth – Saturday 31 March
Adelaide Fringe Festival
Various locations - 16 February – 16 March
International Women’s Day Breakfast
Adelaide Convention Centre – Friday 9 March
Zero poverty, zero unemployment, and zero carbon emissions – is it possible in South Australia?
Matthew Flinders Theatre, Flinders University – Thursday 22 March
Brisbane Comedy Festival
Various locations – 23 February – 25 March
International Women’s Day Panel & Networking Lunch
University of Queensland – Thursday 8 March
World Science Festival Brisbane
Various locations – 22-26 March
Australian Federation of International Students Open Day 2018
Jasper Hotel, Melbourne – Saturday 10 March
Victoria’s Multicultural Festival
Federation Square, Melbourne – Saturday 24 March
The History and Future of Climate Change in Australia
University of Melbourne – Thursday 5 April
New South Wales
Sydney Royal Easter Show
Sydney Showground - 23 March – 4 April
Big Day In
University of Technology Sydney – 20-21 March
Sydney Ideas – Fearless: Empowering Women around the World
University of Sydney – Thursday 8 March
Australian Capital Territory
Canberra Comedy Festival
Various locations – 19-25 March
Seminar: Corporate Social Responsibility
University of Canberra – Thursday 29 March
An Australian Bill of Rights
Australian National University – Wednesday 18 April
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Below you will find upcoming events in your state that may be of interest to you. There are events for professional development and networking as well as social events that will provide an insight i...
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