USASA International Student Representative

Alexandra Feilicia Joe
joeay001@mymail.unisa.edu.au

 

What are you studying?

I'm currently in my 3rd year, studying the Bachelor of Social Work

What made you want to become a Student Representative?

I want to enhance the experience for international students and get involved in the community!

What do you aim to achieve for UniSA students in 2023?

I aim to hold more cultural events and be a voice for international students, both academically and in extracurricular.

What’s the best thing about your campus? 

The greenery! Magill is such a calming place to study at. Though, I spend more time at City West and I love the Jeffery Smart library haha!

What's your best piece of advice for your fellow students?

Take care of yourself and enjoy the time you have here at uni! Having a balance between study and fun is great.

Which UniSA events are you looking forward to attending this year?

I'm really looking forward to joining in on a Wanderlost event! I didn't get to go to one last year (2022) so, I'm super excited for it.

What instantly puts you in a good mood?

Definitely good food!

What is your go to drink order?

Non-alcoholic would be water but alcoholic would be a Superdry!

If you could have dinner with anyone - dead or alive - who would it be and why?

Would love to have dinner with Dev Patel, haha! I've liked his work for quite some time and hey, he's in Adelaide! Makes it so much easier!

What is your best personality trait?

I guess humorous? Who wouldn't love a bit of a laugh!


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