Have you applied for a scholarship in the past and been unsuccessful? Don’t be discouraged! Scholarships are highly competitive, but there are opportunities to reapply.
Our tips on how to prepare a stellar scholarship application are a great place to start when applying for a scholarship for the first time, but if you’ve been knocked back before, it can be difficult to know what to do next.
Keep reading for our advice on how to make your application stand out, the second time around…
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Managing your finances at uni can present some challenges. Even with loans like HECS-HELP, the day-to-day living expenses and university costs can be overwhelming. This is where a scholarship can come in handy and alleviate some of the financial burdens that come with part-time or full-time study.
Students often don’t apply for scholarships as they believe the application process is too hard. Others believe they are not suitable for a scholarship when in reality they are eligible.
CQUni has made it super easy for students to apply for scholarships. Scholarships for Term 1 2022 are closing on 7 January.
Keep reading for current Bachelor of Education student, Meg Wright’s, top tips for applying for a scholarship.
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Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) are peer led online study groups available in first year units identified as historically challenging for students. Sessions are facilitated by senior students who have recently received excellent grades in the unit and have completed nationally accredited training. Since Term 2 2018, PASS has supported nearly 2000 students.
As a program that prides itself on providing leadership opportunities by recruiting students who undergo nationally accredited training to plan and facilitate sessions, we often see students who have been regular PASS participants apply for the role of PASS Leader in later terms. Two such students are Kylie (PASS Leader since Term 1 2021) and El-Dez (PASS Leader since Term 2 2021).
Keep reading to hear about the leadership opportunities PASS provides and why students should learn more about PASS.
Continue reading From PASS Participants to PASS Leaders
The dangers of contract cheating are well known, but did you know sharing your work is also a breach of academic integrity?
Even with the best intentions, you should never share your individual assignment with anyone. The exceptions are your CQUniversity teaching team or academic support services, such as academic learning advisors, library staff or Studiosity.
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Have you received any confusing SMS messages about missed calls or voicemails lately?
You are not alone. A malicious malware campaign targeting unprotected Android phones called ‘Flubot’ is on the move around the world.
Keep reading about ‘Flubot’, what it is, what it impacts and how to stop it…
Continue reading SCAM ALERT: Have you caught ‘Flubot’?
University study can be an exciting yet challenging experience. Whilst it’s normal to seek support along the way, don’t be fooled by offers of ‘Homework Help’.
Continue reading Homework cheats not so helpful
Orientation, OWeek or that big event before the term starts. Whatever you would like to call it, CQUni Orientation is an experience not be missed.
Orientation is a week full of sessions and events that will provide you with the essential information you need to be a successful student.
From 5-9 July, Term 2 Orientation will be hosted online and across our campuses. Officially named Orientation Our Way, the week is a personalised experience that combines opportunities to tune-in, come-in, and drop-in.
To provide you with everything you need to know about Orientation, we caught up for a chat with event organisers, hosts and campus staff. Keep reading to find out what is happening and why you should attend.
Continue reading Everything you need to know about Orientation
Contract cheating services, otherwise known as ‘essay mills’, ‘paper mills’, ‘assignment help’ or ‘homework completion services’, use sophisticated business models to target students.
These services blackmail students by threatening to provide details of the student cheating to their university if they do not pay them additional money.
Continue reading Blackmail Protection: Don’t be scared to seek support
We asked Jenna, a CQUni Student Engagement officer, some questions about the Student Café and why students should get involved.
Here is what she had to say…
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The Easter break is almost here. CQUni study locations will have altered opening hours from Friday, 2 April to Monday, 5 April 2021.
All campuses will be closed on the Good Friday and Easter Monday public holidays.
Continue reading Easter Holidays 2021