We hope you are all looking forward to all the exciting things we have in store for ALG in 2022! ✨We hope the first few weeks of classes have run as smoothly as they can, and we can’t wait to welcome you back to campus soon. Please remember to follow the current COVID-19 precautions at your designated campus.

Now that we’ve settled in and are ready for a great 2022, let’s look at our new year’s resolutions for this year. Do you have a resolution? It could be a whole list or just 1! Here’s what some of our ALG staff have said:

My New Year’s Resolution is…

To finish at least one book every month – Bianca

To practice staying off my phone and social media more – Ayah

To drink more water! – Eunike

To celebrate the small wins – Isa

To make myself a better person – Christen

To spend some time on my health and exercise regularly – Hansa

To visit my family – Vania

To read more, and better sleep hygiene – Irwin



Meet Andres, our 2022 Student Ambassador!


Mental Health Tool Kit


Let’s talk about self-care



City of Science


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Meet Andres! Andres is originally from Colombia and has been living in Australia for the last two years. He is based in the city of Melbourne and is currently studying Mental Health.

Check out his video below!

Mental Health Tool Kit


The COVID19 Help Hub released a Mental Health Tool Kit for International Students!

Studying abroad is an exciting experience but with all that is happening in the world with Coronavirus (COVID-19), there is also a lot of uncertainty and challenges. With that in mind, we have gathered some useful information regarding mental health and tools that may help you through this moment.

Check out the Help Hub here.



While you need to be attending classes, completing and submitting assessments and working to support yourself, it can sometimes feel like your own physical and mental well-being are put on the back burner and forgotten about.

However, your mind and body should be your top priority! Being healthy in both physical and mental capacities means that you are at the top of your game always and can be ready to take on anything.

Self-Care should be at the top of your to-do list, each week and each day. Self-Care can range from small things to much bigger things.
Maybe try some of the following;

  • Tidying up your living space! Having a clean environment can help clear your mind and then it’s one less thing to worry about.
  • Read a chapter of a new book! A bit of a reader? Escape to another world for a little while to unwind. Find somewhere comfy, whether inside, at the park or in a library sometimes reading can help get rid of some built-up stress.
  • Go for a walk! Something a bit more casual and relaxing, disconnect from all of the screens and connect to nature. Listen to those birds and bask in that sunlight (safely, of course, always be sun smart!).
    Whether it’s a task you’ve been putting off, making sure to drink enough water or just a guilty pleasure of yours, it is so important to do those things you enjoy because those are the things that keep you going!

So in between all the studying and the working, always make sure to schedule in that little bit of “Me-Time” as well.



Enjoy the warm summer sun in January and February at The Garden Social.

Set against the stunning backdrop of Sydney Harbour and the iconic Sydney Opera House, enjoy great food, listen to live music with friends and family while taking in the most spectacular views Sydney has to offer.Click here for more information!


2022 PERTH FESTIVALPerth Festival is a not-for-profit multi-arts festival that brings performances, music, film, visual arts and literary events to Perth every summer! The Festival has been celebrating Boorloo (Perth), its people and its culture on the shores of the Derbarl Yerrigan (Swan River) for nearly 70 years as Australia’s longest-running arts festival.When: February 11th to March 6th 2022Where: Multiple locations across Perth, visit to check!Cost: FREE (some events require paid tickets, however, the majority of the events are free to attend!)
Click here to visit the website!JAPANESE FILM FESTIVAL 2022While we know some of you may not want to head out into the city with borders opening, you can still enjoy our Japanese Film Festival from the comfort of your own home, as this year it is completely online!When: February 14th to 27th 2022Where: Online, AustraliaCost: FREE
Click here to visit the website!

REMINDER:You may have noticed an email from us in Week 2 outlining new COVID-19 restrictions in place for our campus. All patrons who enter Perth Campus will now be required to show proof of vaccination prior to entering the facility.For further information on this, please refer to the email you would have received on February 4th.



Whether you are obsessed with art, exhibitions or even just to enjoy a coffee with a change of scenery, you must check out The Lume digital art gallery. This gallery is a special one that features the vibrant works of the very well-known Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh along with a symphony of sounds, aromas and tastes bringing these artworks to life around you. Most importantly, put on your best outfit and do not forget to show off your epic photos!Location: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition CentrePricing: $33 to $54Bookings: thelume.com/melbourne/tickets/Disney Drive-In!Melbourne Showgrounds are calling all you Disney lovers to enjoy some of your favourite Disney films with a special twist. This drive-in is featuring DoorDash’s food delivery straight to the comfort of your car so you can indulge in your favourite cuisine at any time during the movie without missing out on any parts of it! There is a huge variety of new release and throwback classics to choose from including The Devil Wears Prada, The Greatest Showman, Moana, The Lion King and many more. Make sure to book now before the 25th of February and grab along your friends!Pricing: $40Location: Melbourne Showgrounds



Brisbane will transform into the City of Science with interactive art and science installations, engaging conversations with leading scientists and experts, and a curated program of free and ticketed events over five days from 9th to 13th March.In a non-stop, action-packed program including hands-on workshops, science storytelling and audio tours to learning how to up-cycle your old electronics, or how to create a living laboratory in your backyard – the City of Science is for the whole family to discover the fun of science.From South Bank and Brisbane City Mall to Mt Coot-tha and beyond, events and activities will span Brisbane far and wide.Click here to explore!

Acknowledgement of Country

Australian Learning Group acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the traditional custodians of the land in which we meet.

We pay our respects to the Elders of the past, present and future.