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Explore all you need to know about support services, student life, equity, exchange opportunities, study planning, enrolment and more.
As a Science student, there are a range of support services available for you to call upon.
Your health is important to us, so we have measures in place to help keep your environment safe and secure.
How to enrol, seek academic advice, and the support and resources available to you as a postgraduate student.
Learn about the information and resources you need as a doctoral student in Science.
Complete part of your Science degree overseas through an exchange programme or study abroad.
How to plan your Science degree depends on when you started studying. We can provide you with lots of help.
Everything you need to know about enrolling in a Science course.
Learn more about our Women in Science network, equity funding and support services available to staff and students at the Faculty of Science.
Experience orientation, build social networks, get sporty – just some of the opportunities you have to enrich your student life outside the classroom.
To become a student at the University you must apply for admission, and accept an offer into a programme.
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