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This week for the first time, UNE will be running December Graduation Ceremonies, bringing a new option for students who have completed their studies throughout the year, to graduate in the same calendar year. Ceremonies...

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There will be a Department of Family and Community Services (FaCS)Graduate Information Session for Social Work – Social Welfare – Psychology – Human Services – Other degrees with majors in Psychology and Social Welfare –...

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The Trimester 3 exam timetable is out, and many are turning their thoughts to how they will get to the exam on the day. For around 4,500 students this might not be an issue. They...

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Scholarship applications for 2019 are now open! All currently available scholarships are advertised on our website along with the application information.  These will remain open until 1st January 2019, giving plenty of time for you...

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There’s not long to go to submit an essay for this year’s competition. Entries close on 31 December 2018. With $10,000 in prize money up for grabs, why not have a go! This year’s questions...

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You might have heard about Reading List, which UNE is using to manage readings and resources from Trimester 3, 2018.  If your unit uses Reading list then you’ll see a link to it in your...

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The Student Support Team has now wrapped up our face-to-face sessions in Tamworth, Taree and Port Macquarie for Trimester 3, 2018. However, if you didn’t get the chance to pop in to a session and...

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Have you spent far too long trying to find units for trimester 3 by struggling to pore over the entire unit catalogue? Well we have the tip for you! First of all, when it comes...

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With the Spring Graduation Ceremonies being held this coming Friday & Saturday (26th & 27th October), I would like to advise the UNE community that Special Event Parking will be established on the corner of...

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A study is currently being conducted regarding political disenchantment within young university students in the New England Region. If you are; aged from 18 to 24 enrolled at any university, and living in the New...

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