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Roadmap for New Students
Starting a degree can feel overwhelming. There is so much information provided to you, our new students, that it is easy to get lost along the way. We have created the following roadmap to help you successfully navigate your way through those first few weeks.
OMG I'm @ Uni
There are a few basic things that will put you on the right path early on. Keep calm and get through the checklist!
Getting Serious Now
It’s Week 3 of Term and it’s time to focus and do some planning.
Remember, you should have completed your enrolment by the end of Week 2. Don't worry though, if you have still to complete your enrolment then you need to contact your School to discuss possible Late Enrolment opportunities.
Might need some help now
Best laid plans and all that…keep calm and stay the course! There are some tools that can help you keep on the path.
I’ve spent all my money
It’s that time in the year when you realise you need to not only plan your studies, but also manage your money. Don’t despair. Use some of the tools below to plan both your finances and your studies.
Where did the time go?
Much of your learning at university is done independently, so make the most of your time and make good use of the numerous support services available to you.
Taking it to the next level
It's important to remember that your university life will be recorded in your individual (HEAR) transcript. Did you know that you can enhance your HEAR by really immersing yourself in extra-curricular activities like sports and volunteering. Take advantage of all the opportunities available at UWS.
There might not be much teaching during this week, but there is still plenty you can do to support your studies.
It’s cold outside and it’s getting darker. Keep away the winter blues by staying positive.
You’re in the home stretch
You've been working so hard, meeting new people, making new friends, getting all your assignments completed on time, taking the first steps to becoming an independent learner. The good news is that the trimester is nearly over...you're nearly there!
Preparing for exams
You've made it! It's the end of the trimester. You may have a few exams or you may have had assignments throughout the trimester. Don't worry if you have final exams though; you've done all the hard the work and are in a good place. But, help is always available should you need it.