AMREP & St Kilda Social | For graduate students based at the Alfred Hospital & St Kilda Road

Are you an off campus graduate student based at the Alfred Hospital or St Kilda Road? If so, you should definitely join one or all of our socials gathering organised just for you!

PS. Graduate students from the School of Public Health and Preventative Medicine (SPHPM) located at 553 St Kilda Road are invited to attend the AMREP socials. And vice versa!

Can’t make it to our social events? You can also join our MGA HDR Facebook Group to stay connected with other HDR students.

Coffee Social at the Alfred Centre

Fortnightly on alternating Mondays and Fridays. Get your free coffee or tea!
Time: 11:00am to 12:00pm
Venue: New Order Cafe, 12 Commercial Road, Prahran VIC 3181

Upcoming dates:

  • Friday, 22 September
  • Monday, 2 October
  • Friday, 20 October
  • Monday, 30 October

Pub Night for graduate students @ Alfred Centre

Lookout for your friendly MGA reps Isobel or Ali!

First Thursday of every month. First beer, wine or non-alcoholic drink is on us!
Time: 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Venue: The College Lawn, 32 Greville Street, Prahran

Upcoming dates:

  • Thursday, 5 October
  • Thursday, 2 November

Coffee Social at St Kilda Road

Second Tuesday of every month. Get your free coffee or tea!
Time: 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Venue: Cafe Ella, 553 St Kilda Road, Melbourne.

Upcoming dates:

  • Tuesday, 12 September
  • Tuesday, 10 October
  • Tuesday, 14 November

COVID-Safe Guidelines

If you have tested positive for COVID-19 within the last five days or are displaying symptoms associated with COVID-19, we ask that you do not attend the event. Remember to follow all Victorian State Government guidelines and report your positive result on the University’s COVID-19 reporting form.

When attending an MGA event, remember that:

  • Face masks are strongly recommended indoors and outdoors where physical distancing can’t be maintained. 
  • MGA will have masks available for attendees who request them.
  • Physical distancing (1.5 metres) should be observed where possible.
  • Practising good hand and basic hygiene can help to slow the spread of COVID-19 and other illnesses.