Malaysian Students Department of Australia is planning to organize a get-together with the new students who just arrived in Victoria. In collaboration with MASCA Victoria, this program will be a channel to obtain the feedback on the life of a new student in Victoria, Australia. Besides that, it is an opportunity for students to voice out any opinions they have. The details for the meeting are given below:
Venue : Melbourne Malaysian Hall (K4, High St, Windsor 3181, Vic)
Date : 28th March 2009 ( Saturday)
Time : 2.00pm-4.00pm
There will be a written quiz about Malaysian Students Department of Australia and MASCA (Malaysian Students Council of Australia) Victoria during the event. FEW IPOD’s TO BE WON!!! High tea is provided after the event.Please contact us at email@example.com for more information, and we look forward to see you this Saturday (28th March 2009).
How to get there: Take any trams from Flinders Station towards St. Kilda (except tram no 1, 72 & 8) and stop at stop number 27. Turn left into High St, walk around 50m and you’ll see Malaysian Hall (blue building) on your right!
Al Zaquan (0411720405)
Hello all! The La Trobe University Malaysian Students Association invites you to the first general meeting of 2009. We would love to see the Malaysian community – both new and old members – join us for this meeting and revive the club for the new year! Free food and drink provided! For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Retro Nostalgia Dinner|
Hey you guys, I finally have some photos of the dinner to put up. Feel free to look around or email me your own dinner photos at email@example.com.
*Note that table bookings for $560 are available till the 28th of September. It’s only limited to the first 20 tables (first come first serve)
Once the first 20 tables are sold out, table bookings for $560 are no longer available. All the tickets will be sold at $55 per ticket. However, we can still arrange for you to sit in one table with your friends, as requested.
For more info, check out the Facebook event page.
That’s right, if you are a Malaysian student studying abroad (like, in La Trobe, Bundoora, for example) and have not registered with the Malaysian Students Department of Australia, then do so now because it’s a really simple process you can do online and it’s for your own safety.
Click here to fill out the online form.
Click here for other methods of registration.
Click here for the MSDA homepage.