Preparing for university

There are a few key things to consider before starting university

In addition to deciding on what you’d like to study, you’ll need to consider whether you’ll study full­ time or part­ time, as well as how to finance your studies. You may also need to arrange accommodation or brush up on your study skills. If you have any questions about getting set for university, you can contact us at any time.

Study options

As well as our extensive choice of degrees, we also offer flexibility. You may study full-­time or part­-time, on-campus, online or a combination of both. Any degree, especially one involving research or work placements, requires serious dedication and support options are available to help balance your commitments.

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Funding

You’ll need to consider how you’ll finance your study as well as your living costs. HECS - ­HELP government loans are available for most degrees. You may also be eligible for a scholarship or choose to work part­-time while you study.

Learn more about Financing your degree

Accommodation

You may need to consider where you’re going to live and how you’ll cover accommodation costs before you start university. We have a variety of on­ campus accommodation options, or we help you find off­ campus accommodation.

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Learning support

The Libraries Study Smart resources can help you prepare for university study and develop your academic, computing and research skills.

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Personal support

Our personal support services can help you manage your life while you’re at university. Our on­-campus services include chaplaincy, counselling, health services, childcare, disability and equity support, careers and employment advice as well as welfare support.

Learn more about Student support