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Student Support

As a University of Canberra student based at one of our overseas locations, you will benefit from access to the full range of services provided by your home campus. Enquiries should be made with the student support service at your home institution listed below. You will also be able to access available UC Library resources and off campus services.

Study Help

You can access more of UC’s Study Help information via UCLearn (Canvas) at www.canberra.edu.au/studyhelp.

As a UC student, you also have access to 30 free Studiosity (online tutoring) sessions per semester. Studiosity provides you with personalised, online study help. You can access Studiosity in the Course Menu of every UCLearn (Canvas) site.

An Academic Integrity module is available for students to enrol in via UCLearn (Canvas) at AIM – www.canberra.edu.au/aim.This course will help develop your knowledge and understanding of academic integrity, in particular how to avoid plagiarism, whether intentional or unintentional.

You will need to be logged in to UCLearn (Canvas) to access modules, and will be prompted to ‘enrol’ when you first visit. Modules will then be found via your Canvas Dashboard and on the ‘Pages’ section of your unit sites in the “Resources for Students” page in Canvas.

UC students at ECUST will be able to access ECUST’s facilities and other student support services including:

Language Training

ECUST provides students with courses in basic knowledge for Management before the MBA commences in order to ensure students understand the study method of the program.

Library

MBA students have full access to the ECUST library. The ECUST School of Business also provides study rooms and computer labs.

Careers Services

The ECUST School of Business offers a Career Development Service which is open for all Professional Degree Centre students. The service offers career forums, speeches and career tutor plans.

Contact

For further information contact ECUST:

UC students at HKBU will be able to access HKBU’s facilities and other student support services including:

Health and Wellbeing

  • Counselling Services
  • Dental services - Students are welcome to join the Off-campus Student Dental Benefit Scheme 2017/18 by paying an annual fee of $260 to enjoy the basic services.
  • Disability Services
    • Alternative format print material
    • Access plans (identifying the impact of the disability on a student’s study and how we can support)

Study Skills

Sports

Students also have access to the HKBU sports facilities.

Library

Students have full access to the HKBU library, and Resource library which also provides study rooms, printers and study resources.

Contact

For further information contact HKBU at uccom@hkbu.edu.hk

UC students at NBU will be able to access NBU’s facilities and other student support services including:

Library

MBA students have full access to the NBU library, which also provides study rooms, computer labs and academic writing and study skills resources.

Students can also log on to the local NBU website and download additional learning materials and PowerPoints.

Contact

For further information contact NBU:

UC students at RIM will be able to access the Institute’s facilities and other student support services:

Library
MBA students have full access to the RIM library, which also provides study resources.

Contact
For further information contact RIM:

Students will be able to access SVKM’s IIS's facilities and other student support services including:

Library

Students have full access to the SVKM's IIS library.

Health and Wellbeing

Students have access to an on campus doctor.

Sports

Students also have access to the SVKM's IIS sports facilities.

Contact

For further information contact SVKM's IIS: