Student Support at UNE Sydney
How to seek support
Staff at UNE Sydney are available to answer questions and further direct your enquiries.
UNE has student support services for maintaining and strengthening academic skills and wellbeing.
Events to support you
We deliver a range of events to support and enrich learning and career progression. UNE Sydney is a key Orientation and Career Event location for Students.
- Orientation ‘Getting Started Sessions’ will cover important information including an overview of our learning management system Moodle, finding key UNE resources and connecting with other students
- Career Events occur regularly with a focus on career progression, industry connections and skill based workshops.
- We foster community engagement through partnerships such as the Parramatta Lanes Festival and Future of Business Breakfast Forums that provides you with the opportunity to practice networking as a means of upskilling and capitalising on job opportunities.
How to step up your game as a UNE student
Transferable skills development — see information regarding the New England Award. The New England Award is a vessel for students to engage in activities to develop critical thinking, problem solving, leadership capabilities, communication, emotional intelligence & teamwork skills. Giving back to community is a key priority underpinning this award.
Please keep an eye on your student UNE email account and UNE Sydney Social Media for information on what is happening and when, at UNE Sydney.
While on campus, students have access to: See the staff at reception for details about equipment and facilities. Need a study room? See our room facilities and how to book
While on campus, students have access to:
See the staff at reception for details about equipment and facilities.
Need a study room? See our room facilities and how to book
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