Workshops and sessions
Whether you are on campus or off campus, you can get support from a range of face to face and online workshops, drop-in sessions, and elective units to expand your academic skills.
UniEdge Academic Writing Workshops
Workshops are held throughout the study period to explain academic expectations and help you get the most out of uni. They provide you with key skills you need at university, including critical thinking and writing, reading, speaking and listening in the academic context.
All workshops are open to anyone who would like to join. If you miss a workshop, you can listen to a recording of it on Echo360.
- Assignment Help 1 – Getting started with your assignments
- Assignment Help 2 – Getting started with your assignments (repeat)
Week 5 - Study Break
- Assignment Help 4 – Getting started with your assignments (repeat)
- Assignment Help 5 – Getting started with your assignments (repeat)
For dates, locations and registration click on the links above.
TLC 101 Communication Skills for Undergraduate Study
If English is an additional language for you, this unit will help you develop your writing, reading and speaking skills for success in undergraduate study in an Australian academic context.
TLC501 Communication Skills for Postgraduate Study
If you come from a non-English speaking background, this unit will help you develop the communication skills necessary for success in postgraduate research and study in an Australian academic context.
Science, maths and statistics
Get a head start by coming to this free short Maths Refresher program in ‘O’ Week which is designed to strengthen your maths skills. Resources for these modules will be available throughout the year, so you can refer to them at any time.
Session Time and location Description Maths Help Wednesday:
1:00pm – 3:00pm
In MyAdvice Central Library
in building 350
First Year Maths or Stats e.g. MAS162, MAS164, MAS182, MAS183, etc. Drop in when you need help. Tutor available. Stats Clinic Tuesday:
10:30am – 12:20pm
First Year Statistics MAS183. Drop in for stats help, e.g. with R on computers. Tutor available. Maths Clinic Monday & Tuesday:
10:30am - 12:30pm
teaching weeks starting week 3
First Year Maths e.g. MAS162, MAS164, MAS182, etc. Drop in when you need help or motivation. Students helping students. Chemistry Clinics Wednesday & Friday:
12:30pm – 1:20pm
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First Year Chemistry CHE140. Drop in when you need help or motivation – from Week 1. Tutor (lecturer) available. BSC100 Please email BSC100 students. Please email enquiries to BSC100@murdoch.edu.au.edu.au
Mon, Tues, Weds and Thurs, including non-teaching weeks
By appointment only.
Visit MyMurdoch Advice locations to make an appointment
Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) Enrol at http://workshops.murdoch.edu.au/PASS Sessions available for MAS162, MAS164, MAS183, BMS101, BIO152, CHE140, CHE144, ICT159.
Students helping students.
One-on-one study consultations
Our learning advisors can help you get the most out of your university study. You can get advice on writing assignments, preparing for exams, reading critically, English expression and grammar, numeracy skills, and effective time management.
Consultations are now online. Book a consultation through your Peer Academic Coach.
Singapore and Myanmar campuses
Individual consultations or group sessions are available to help with:
- academic integrity
- essay and report writing
- English skills
- exam preparation
- time management
- presentation skills
- study techniques.
Skype Sessions for academic support and non-academic issues
Dr Anne Palmer is the Assistant Dean, Learning and Teaching at Murdoch University, Singapore Campus. Anne is available to help and guide you on a wide range of issues during your time at Murdoch University.
For confidential and personalised Skype appointment, please email Veronica Mitchell. Skype sessions can be arranged every Wednesday from 11am to 7pm.
- Dubai campus