International Agents NewsletterVolume 3, No. 13 (4 July 2008)
New Online Services - Publications Order Form
The International Office last week launched our online Publications Order Form, which agents can now use to request copies of our core recruitment publications. As this is a secure site, agents will need to log-in with a user name and password.
All agents should have received an email recently with their user name and password - if you have not yet received these details, please contact your Regional Manager/Coordinator: Susanne Durkin, Jane Olsson, Jared Chan, Diane Davies, or Daniela Marschall.
Upon submitting a request through the Publications Order Form, a summary will be displayed which provides details of the information that has been successfully submitted.
The 2009 Postgraduate Research Prospectus has now been printed. Agents should request copies of the 2009 Posgraduate Research Prospectus using the online Publications Order Form. Requests should be made by Monday 21 July 2008 in order for prompt delivery.
Links to electronic copies of all 2009 publications are available below:
- 2009 Undergraduate Prospectus
- 2009 Postgraduate Coursework Prospectus
- 2009 Postgraduate Research Prospectus
International Office news - Alan Raine's retirement
As some of you may know, Alan Raine has now retired from the University. Alan originally started at the International Office on a part-time temporary basis after his first attempt at retirement. X years later, Alan leaves us after working tirelessly as an admissions officer responsible for higher degree by research applications. Alan's last day was on 26 June, and we wish him all the very best for his retirement.
The pictures below show Alan sitting at his (unusually tidy!) desk, Alan and his wife Barb reading the card, and Alan (wearing his new Akubra hat, part of his retirement gift) receiving congratulations from the Pro Vice-Chancellor (International), Professor John Taplin.
University News - Former Foreign Affairs Minister takes uni role
Former Australian Foreign Affairs Minister and long-serving Member of Federal Parliament Alexander Downer has accepted a Visiting Professorship with the University of Adelaide.
In this role, Professor Downer will be involved in teaching, writing, research and other University activities on a part-time basis. As well as working in the School of History & Politics, he will also be involved with the University's Institute for International Trade.
Read more: [Former Foreign Affairs Minister takes uni role]
Volume 3, No 14 on Friday 18 July 2008