Student Support and Services

Student Support and Services

Our size means that we are a truly student-centred campus with individual attention, available staff, dedicated research supervisors and a personal approach. From the day you become a Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong student, you can expect guidance and support. 

ADVICE - Our dedicated student support services are built around individual students’ needs. Our student advisors, academic staff and careers consultants are available each week for consultation. If you are studying a postgraduate master’s course, you will have a dedicated Course Director.

LEARNING DEVELOPMENT CENTRE - This free service is for students who wish to improve their academic and English language skills by accessing workshops, individual consultations or self-directed resources.

LIBRARY- We have libraries located at both our Sydney CBD and Wollongong campuses with dedicated library staff that are here to support you during your study. You’ll have access to both print and digital collections containing over a million volumes, as well as dozens of learning spaces and quiet study areas.

BUSINESS CENTRAL - Our Business support team are accessible to students at both the Sydney CBD and Wollongong campuses.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAM - We provide an English Language Program for students at both the Sydney CBD and Wollongong campuses. This program aims to enable students to improve their English language ability both in general and academic contexts. This program will be free for the first 25 students who enrol at each campus.

STUDENT COMPUTER AVAILABILITY - Both Wollongong and Sydney CBD campuses provide study spaces with hot-desks and wireless internet. An array of statistical databases relevant to business research is available to all students.

BLOOMBERG FOR EDUCATION - Students have access to Bloomberg for Education, a system that that provides students around the world with the benefit of integrating theory with real world practice through news, data feeds and research data.

PEER ACADEMIC COACHES (PACS) are senior students who have performed well in their studies and are able to assist all students on a range of academic issues, coach students to enhance their study skills, share useful resources and motivate students to succeed at university.

 

 
Last reviewed: 19 May, 2017