Get the most out of your university experience and attend one of our workshops. Find out about studying overseas, academic skill-building, careers and employability, and much more.
Student services are currently being delivered via virtual channels only. Check the services below for online workshops.
You can also access advice and support from Stop 1 via phone and chat appointments and email enquiries.
Upcoming workshops and sessions
First year program
This program of workshops has been designed specifically for first year students to support your success across your whole first semester. First year students are also welcome to attend any of the other workshops and sessions on this page.
Attendance at these workshops may count towards the Professional Development category of the Leaders in Communities Award (LiCA). To register for LiCA, enrol through your LMS.
Get a part-time job
Looking for part-time work? Part-time work is a great way to build transferable skills and gain experience for your future career. Come along to find out how to prepare a impactful first resume and some tips and tricks on how to proactively look for part-time work. We will also cover the different types of work arrangements including part-time, casual, contract, and fixed-term and your work rights in Australia.
Growth mindset for first year success
Learn practical strategies that will set you up for academic success and increase your motivation and resilience by applying a growth mindset to feedback, challenges and setbacks.
Intro to the Leaders in Communities Award
Find out about the Leaders in Communities Award; a framework designed to recognise you volunteer, participate in University activities, and develop professional skills.
Procrastination is a common challenge all uni students face. This workshop will help you understand the reasons why we put things off, anticipate when it's likely to happen, and learn strategies to better manage it.
Study overseas: get inspired (HASS)
Find out how you can study overseas with your Uni Melb degree and hear first hand from students who have done this themselves! This session focus' on options for humanities students.
Study overseas: get inspired (STEM)
Find out how you can study overseas with your Uni Melb degree and hear first hand from students who have done this themselves! This session focus' on options for science, technology, engineering and maths students.
Identify volunteer opportunities that fit with your personal goals and skill development areas. Please bring your own laptop or device.
Writing your first assignment
You may be asked to complete a variety of assessment tasks at university, each with their own conventions and expectations. This session examines what is expected – just in time for your first assignment! You will consider strategies to approaching assessment tasks, finding scholarly resources using the library catalogue and Discovery, demonstrating intellectual honesty and responding to tasks in a range of contexts.
Academic skills workshops and events
Explore resources and activities to help improve your study skills.
Careers and employability
Attend a Careers and Employability workshop
We offer a range of events, workshops, and group sessions to share practical knowledge to help you build your employability skills and experience. Our sessions are listed under events on the Careers Online portal.
Overseas study enquiries
You can book a one-on-one appointment with an adviser to discuss:
- Program options
- Destination specific advice
- Eligibility requirements
- Application process.
To book, please visit Student Services appointments.
myWorld first step info session
Attend an overview information session with course planning, or register for an online LMS module.
Health and wellbeing
Counselling and Psychological Services offers free workshops on a range of personal development, mental health and wellbeing each semester, while the University Health Promotion runs regular activities on campus.
Learn about mindfulness through brief guided exercises.
Mondays 1pm–2pm Online Register
- Where specified, you will need to register for the workshop or session.
- Sessions are subject to change.
If you would like individual support from one of our many student services, please book an appointment.