Six things to do to return to study in 2019

Six things to do to return to study in 2019

While you are enjoying a well-deserved break from uni, now is also a great time to start thinking about the little things you can do to get ready for Uni in 2019. Here are our six key tips so you feel prepped and set to go!

1. Enrolment

It is important to check your enrolment to make sure that you have added your subjects for Session 1 next year! Take note of Census and Re-enrolment dates so you don’t miss out if you change your mind.

2. Scholarships

CSU Scholarships are now open for 2019! There is a range of Scholarships available – including Foundation, Equity, Merit, Accommodation and more. You will be able to apply for a range of scholarships until closing dates throughout February 2019. So, check out which ones you’re eligible for and get applying. Remember to keep your eyes peeled throughout the year as external scholarships for specific cohorts open later on.

3. Studying on campus? Get your accommodation sorted

Live your way on campus in 2019. There are lots of accommodation options on all campuses. You can expect lower costs, greater flexibility and more choice. Learn more about your accommodation and meal package choices.

4. Studying online subjects? Check if you’ve got Residential Schools

All dates for online subjects with a res school are now available. Check the dates for the subjects you are enrolled in or the subjects you are interested in studying.

Applications for accommodation during the January/February 2019 Residential School period open Monday, 17 December 2018.

5. Workplace learning

It is also important to start looking at what workplace learning experiences are available next year. You can find out about this in your course handbook and on your course Interact2 page. There are also grants and scholarships that are available to help assist with the costs and planning ahead of your placement. You can find out more on the CSU scholarship website.

6. Prepare for next year’s subjects with Study Link

Study Link offers a range of online subjects that are short and self-paced. The online subjects focus on preparing students for formal study by filling knowledge gaps and building academic skills.

Study Link offers flexible study and terms are quite long to allow students to pace their own studies to fit their lifestyles. This is a free service to Commonwealth Supported students.  Find out more here!

Timetables are to be released in February 2019, so make sure you keep your eye out for it then!