There’s no doubt about it, CQUni students are busy. Balancing study with family, work and social commitments is not easy. So, before you start dreaming of owning a Tardis like Dr Who or a Time-Turner like Hermione Granger, try these simple time-management tips.
Have you heard about contract cheating? During your time as a CQUni student, you may have heard the term used by your peers, a lecturer, or maybe you’ve been approached by a contract cheating service. Contract cheating is also known as ghostwriting or auctioning.
Contract cheating occurs when students employ or use a third party to produce their assessment for them.Continue reading Cracking down on contract cheating
Scam. It’s a word that you hear in the media, and something that you hope will never happen to you. The truth is that no one is immune from falling victim to a scam; everyone is vulnerable.Continue reading Protect yourself against scams
Have you heard about Student Advocacy? If not, our Student Advocacy Officer will be visiting our CQUniversity Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane campuses next week and would like to catch up with you.
If you’ve never heard of Student Advocacy before, here’s why you might want to make an appointment…
Earlier this week, Tropical Cyclone Debbie crossed the North Queensland coast between Airlie Beach and Bowen as a category four system. Impacts from this weather event have also been felt throughout Queensland and parts of NSW. Heavy rainfall, flash flooding and strong winds resulted in multiple campus closures, leaving many of you wondering where to from here?
Keep reading our special edition blog where we share some insights on support services available to help you navigate through this difficult time.
Making successful progress at TAFE or university can sometimes be challenging if you have a disability, illness, medical or mental health condition.
Keep reading to learn more about how the Inclusion and Accessibility Service can help while you are studying. Continue reading What you need to know about Inclusion and Accessibility at CQUni