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If English is your second language and you wish to develop your English language skills further, the new English Language Support program could be for you. Click HERE for more details.
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Scotti Mia Berniz-Miller was born early Monday morning weighing in at 6.7 pounds. Mother and daughter are doing well. Congratulations Kate Berniz and Andrew Miller!
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APP is program for all students commencing their studies in semester 2, 2015. More information HERE
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Natalia Bornay has recently joined the Student Learning Centre to teach in the English Language Support Program after submitting her PhD in Spanish film, history and memory from a feminine perspective. She is an experienced, enthusiastic and well-travelled language teacher who has taught Spanish and English to students from different backgrounds in Spain, Germany, Japan and Australia. Her multilingual skills, sound understanding of other cultures and inexplicable eagerness for grammar make her an invaluable addition to the SLC team.
Although Natalia has been working and studying in Adelaide for nearly a decade, she comes originally from Alicante (Spain), where she developed an appreciation for good food, quality wine and spending time at the sea. Perhaps these are the main reasons why she feels so at home in Adelaide.