Attention nursing and midwifery students! You need to be vaccinated as part of your course – and you can do it right here on campus.
Did you just start at Deakin in Trimester 3? Complete our short online survey to tell us what you thought of Orientation – things you loved, didn't like or wanted more of. You could even win one of two $250 gift cards!
If you're looking for support for your Health studies in T3, join our online drop-in sessions where we cover a range of essential study topics.
If you're a new Health student in T3, don't miss this valuable opportunity to be guided by a student in your faculty who has been in your shoes before.
First-year, domestic nursing students: you may be eligible for up to $16,500 in scholarship payments!
The Victorian Department of Health is offering generous financial incentives to new domestic nursing and midwifery students. Apply before the Round 2 closing date of 1 November!
Your peer mentor experience renders you eligible for casual employment as a Mentor Program Support Officer – see how you can develop yourself and our peer mentor program in this rewarding role!
You could be eligible to do a secondary teaching degree at Deakin with a scholarship to cover the cost!
The Victorian Government is offering scholarships to support secondary teaching degree students with the cost of studying and living.
Grow yourself personally and professionally by helping new Health students settle in and have a great start to life at Deakin in T1.
Students across Australia are invited to have their say! Shortlisted submissions will be displayed during the National Students as Partners Roundtable 2023, hosted by the University of Melbourne.