Certification of Grades refers to the date that final grades or interim results are released to students. On this date, a process occurs during which the final grades or interim results for each HE unit are released for that term.
The Certification of Grades date for each term can be found in the Key Dates calendar of the CQUni Handbook. For Term 3 2020, grades will be released on Friday, 5 March.
Here are the answers to some commonly asked questions about Certification of Grades…
Continue reading The when and where of grades release
CQUni Career Connection is an online mentoring tool that connects students and alumni (graduates) for one-on-one career conversations, feedback, and advice.
More than 300 professional industry mentors are waiting to hear from you. Keep reading for our top reasons why you should connect with a mentor this Fast Mentoring Month…
Continue reading It’s Fast Mentoring Month! Fast track your career this August with alumni mentoring
Global Voices is an independent, not-for-profit organisation. Each year they provide scholarships for young Australians to travel overseas, meet world leaders, and engage with international policy making at home and abroad.
A Global Voices delegation will challenge and inspire you. Delegates will get an insider’s look into policy making, and have the chance to express their opinions and offer solutions to global challenges.
This term, Global Voices and CQUniversity are offering two fully-funded scholarships to attend:
- UNFCCC Climate Talks in June 2021
- Un Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in New York, USA, from 22 – 26 March 2021.
Applications close Midnight (AEDT) Sunday 23 August 2020. To be eligible, you must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident aged between 18 to 30.
If you are passionate, driven and want to make a difference in the world, don’t miss your chance to apply! Here are our top tips for a world-class Global Voices application…
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The 2020 Careers Fair and Employer Panel has changed format and
will now be online.
CQUniversity is closely monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19. Following
advice from the Australian Government, we have decided to cancel the on-campus
Careers Fair and will instead offer a Virtual Careers Fair on Wednesday, 25
The Virtual Careers Fair will be hosted from 8 am to 5 pm
(AEST). During this window, you can jump online anytime you are available or
when an employer you wish to speak with is online.
To access the Virtual Careers Fair follow this Zoom Link.
This is your opportunity to interact with employers, hear about
employment opportunities and current recruitment campaigns. There is also the
opportunity for Q&A.
Keep reading to find out why you should attend…
Continue reading Attend the 2020 CQUni Virtual Careers Fair
Are you new to online study? A little worried about how to go about it? Do not worry, we are here to help. Do not worry, we are here to help.
Studying online is an excellent opportunity that has many benefits. It’s a chance to accomplish your goals, it is convenient, you gain lifelong learning skills and you grow as an individual.
Here are our top tips for studying online…
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Class timetables take different shapes for different students. The flexible study options on offer at CQUniversity mean that your timetable could be a busy combination of lectures, tutorials and workshops each week, a simple block of residential schools, or you may have no on-campus classes at all, if your units are 100% online.
Continue reading How to navigate class timetables
Exams are never passed by accident. Effective preparation takes time, effort and to a large extent, understanding what works best for you.
Do you need help preparing for an upcoming exam? Here are our top tips, thanks to the team at the Academic Learning Centre…
Continue reading 6 Pro tips for exam preparation
1. Do your homework
Are you dreading assessment submissions? Feeling anxious any time you think about Turnitin? You’re not alone! Referencing Related Stress (RRS) is a common condition among university students. It’s piling on unnecessary pressure and we need it to stop.
Lucky for all of us, the Academic Learning Centre (ALC) has the perfect remedy – a concoction of tips to help you cure RRS and stress less about referencing.
Continue reading Stress less about referencing with these tips from the ALC
There are times when an email simply won’t reach you fast enough. To make sure we can contact you as quickly as possible, the University uses the SafeZone app as a communication solution for emergencies, first aid requests and more.
Here’s why you should download the app today…
Continue reading Five reasons to stay safe with SafeZone
At one time or another we all procrastinate. Some people are able to nip this time-waster in the bud before it gets out of control, while some of us are Olympic- level dawdlers.
If you’d like to know how to get your procrastination in check (or if you have an assignment to write and you’re looking for a distraction), the Academic Learning Centre is here to help.
Read on for our seven ways to win the war against procrastination…