4 things you should be doing in your final year at the University of Newcastle

You’ve gone through almost two decades of formal education, attended more classes than you have brain cells, and are eagerly awaiting the day you’ll never again have to passive-aggressively message Alice 17 times for her half of the Marketing 1001 group assignment. It’s your last year of university, and whether you have your sights set on full time work or taking a ‘travel-break’ before going … Continue reading 4 things you should be doing in your final year at the University of Newcastle

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7 ways you can improve your academic skills

Imagine a world where you can get feedback on that dreaded assessment you’ve been putting off. It would be pretty amazing, yeah? While your academics aren’t the be-all and end-all of your university experience, it’s a crucial part of helping you find success. After all, isn’t the content you’re studying the main reason you came to university? Researching, writing academic essays and referencing can feel … Continue reading 7 ways you can improve your academic skills

Online vs on-campus study

The online leaning world is continuing to develop and grow. Have you ever wondered how studying online is different from studying on campus? We interviewed some UON students to give us insight into the main differences between studying online vs on-campus. Online Study What’s involved? Studying online through UON means that you will do the same coursework as students studying on-campus, but you can get … Continue reading Online vs on-campus study