In August, the Postgraduate Council went completely virtual in light of the NSW COVID-19 restrictions. We held several events for 500+ postgraduates including our PGC Podcast series, Arc PGC Ambassador and Course Coordinator Information Session, a special webinar with Australian-Afghan Diaspora Council: Helping Afghanistan during the current times, and the biggest, most epic social event with Apart but together: UNSW's ultimate social get-together!
Sep 8 | Postgraduate Information Session
Sep 8 | Open Mic Night
Sep 10 | Postgraduate Pub: Trivia Night
Sep 17 | PGC Podcast: Managing your sexual health
Sep 23-24 | MAVROS Mentorship Program
E-Book is out!
The much-anticipated Tell Me Your Story e-book is here! Click here to read this compilation of inspirational and motivational stories written by our very own postgraduate students.
Remember that the Postgraduate Council is here to help whenever you need it. These include and are not limited to: academic concerns, well-being, research and supervisor issues, grievances, or even event ideas for PGC. Simply fill out the callback request form where you can speak to one of our friendly PGC Officers who can meet with you either virtually or in person.
The Forced Migration Research Student Network are looking to hear from students from forced migration backgrounds in order to provide insights into what can be done to improve the overall student experience. No identifying information will be included, and your story will be put in a proposal to the incoming Vice Chancellor.
If you are interested in sharing your story or views on this matter, please contact Zoe Bell at email@example.com. The Forced Migration Research Student Network is made up of multidisciplinary postgraduate students. If you are interested in joining the group, check us out here.
Are you hoping to boost your academic performance this term? Maybe you’re writing a different assessment genre you haven’t tried before? Or perhaps you’re embarking on your thesis and are looking for smart ways to organise your notes and references?
Academic Skills and the UNSW Library have teamed up to deliver Study Hacks, a series of free online workshops designed to help students improve their academic confidence and performance at university. Come along and chat to our team, get advice and share ideas. We’ll help you develop the key skills you need to succeed at UNSW.