Here’s the official word:
“Transfers to and from the Airport/Railway Station and the University at Armidale for Intensive Schools will no longer be available. These were fully funded by the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF). In 2013 the University decided to not charge off Campus Students any SSAF from 2014 onward. No other alternative source of funding is currently available to provide these transfer services.”
Source: Tom Fisher – Uni4Me]]>
If you’re undecided or what some more information on various parties and their policies head on over to the ABC’s Vote Compass which “… is an educational tool developed by political scientists. Answer a short series of questions to discover how you fit in the New South Wales political landscape”.
Source: Ed – Student Support Team
This presentation will define systematic reviews and meta-analyses and also explain the steps in completing them, such as literature searching, data extraction and analyses (quantitative) or synthesis (qualitative). The presentation will also explain how students may be able to publish their systematic literature reviews and even publish meta-analyses in some fields.
When: Wednesday 8 April, 12-1pm
Where: UNE Writing Centre, Level 1, Dixson Library
Students can register online at http://tlcfmserv2.une.edu.au/aso/, by calling the ASO on 6773 3600 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.]]>
This event is support by the Student Services and Amenities Fee
The advice is provided without any cost, in a confidential appointment and is not subject to any means test. As a result, the advice sessions are available to any person who would benefit, subject only to this office ensuring beforehand that the Legal Aid NSW does not have a conflict of interest.
Appointments are necessary and can be made by contacting this office on 6766 6322. If Legal Aid NSW can be of any other assistance to your organisation, please ring our Tamworth office.]]>
Workshop Date: Thursday 26th March 2015 at 1pm (Approximately 60 minutes in length). This workshop will be via Adobe Connect. More information about using Adobe Connect can be found here.
Please email the UNE Career Development team to book via AskUNE or phone 02 6773 2897 before 8am on the 26th March]]>
Stepping Into… is a paid internship program specifically designed for students with disability, who want a paid, hands-on work experience that is relevant to their degree and chosen field of study.
Our Winter 2015 Stepping Into program is now open and we invite students to apply for the opportunities available in their areas of study.
Organisations that are offering the paid internships are members of the Australian Network on Disability (AND), and are participating in Australia’s leading internship program for university students with disability. Participating organisations include both corporate and government organisations.
To find out about the opportunities and how to apply, please visit our website here. We invite you to search the internship opportunities online and apply by downloading the application form and submitting to email@example.com with your cover letter (addressed to AND), your CV and transcript.
Please note: Applications for opportunities with PricewaterhouseCoopers are closing on 6 April 2015. You can find out more information about our program under “Information for Students”. Please note, to be considered for an internship you will be required to attend a briefing session in-person or via Skype.]]>