World Day of Peace

A feast day of the Roman Catholic Church, the World Day of Peace was first observed on 1 January 1968. The Pope uses this occasion to give messages to the […]

World Braille Day

World Braille Day was first celebrated in 2019 to raise awareness of the importance of braille as a means of communication and as a human right for those who are […]

Academic summer term

The Australian summer is in the months of December, January and February. Many universities offer a summer school study period in January and February, the advantages including: a lower student-lecturer […]

International Thank-You Day

There is little known about the origins of International Thank-You Day though some propose that it was established to support greeting card sales. Graduate House will not be sending you […]

International Day of Education

International Day of Education is to acknowledge the role of education for peace and development, and as a human right and a public good and responsibility. The 2021 theme is […]

Australia Day

On Australia Day, we reflect on our 60,000 year old history, respecting the stories and human rights of all who inhabit this great continent. It is a celebration of our […]