Tackle your end-of-unit assessments with gusto! We've got some great offers this month to amp up your fitness as we enter the cooler months.
We've got a range of paid roles available at our Open Days in August! Join us to earn some extra cash, boost your CV and meet new people. Applications close soon!
Does the prospect of studying maths make you break out in a cold sweat? Or perhaps you just need to revise some fundamentals? Whatever your study goals may be, we can help you get there with our new Maths Intensives sessions!
End-of-unit assessments and exams can be stressful – but there's ways to get through this time! In the final blog in our dedicated series, Deakin counsellor Alison Lau explains how to manage nerves and cope with family pressure.
At Deakin, everyone has the right to feel safe, respected and included. We offer a range of services, resources, training and referrals to empower and support our community.
Victoria Police has issued a new warning about current worldwide scams targeting young people – find out how you can protect yourself from cybercriminals.
National Sorry Day (26 May) and National Reconciliation Week (27 May to 3 June) are a chance to learn more about our Indigenous culture and history, and explore how we can contribute to achieving reconciliation. Here's what's happening at Deakin.
As part of T1 end-of-unit assessments, some students will have a supervised online exam. In the third blog in our series, learn how supervised exams work, what technology you need, and what you can – and can't – do during the exam.
We all have a part to play in protecting our environment. Find out how Deakin is shaping the future of biodiversity and discover some easy ways you can contribute to sustainability.
International students may be eligible for a number of different categories, while domestic students who've helped their international peers engage with the Victorian community can also apply. But hurry – applications close on 5 June.
Trimester 1 end-of-unit assessments and exams are getting close! In the second blog in our dedicated series, learn how to ensure your home IT set-up is working properly and what to do if things go wrong.