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  • 22 January 2018 Exams start - Session 3
  • Last date to withdraw from a unit without academic penalty(Financial penalty still applies)
  • Payment due date for Term 1
  • Commencement of Term 1
  • Session 3 ends
  • Late date to add unit(s) to your program
  • Exams commence
  • Session 3 exam results released
  • 11 February
  • Exam result release
  • Term January ends
  • Session 1 O-week
  • Census date for Term 1(Last date to withdraw from a unit without financial or academic penalty)
  • Session 1 commences
  • Last date to withdraw from a unit without academic penalty(Financial penalty still applies)
  • 4 March
  • Last day to enrol Session 1
  • Exams commence
  • MGSM - Exams commence – Term 1
  • Term 1 ends
  • Census date - session 1
  • Exam result release
  • Payment due date for Term 2
  • MGSM - Last eStudent enrolment for Term 2
  • MGSM - Term 2 commences
  • Commencement of Term 2
  • Last date to add unit(s) to your program
  • MGSM - Tuition Fees due for Term 2
  • 8 April
  • MGSM - Term 1 Results release
  • MGSM - Census date - Term 2, Last date for withdrawal
  • Session 1 recess
  • Census date for Term 2(Last date to withdraw from a unit without financial or academic penalty)
  • Last date to withdraw from a unit without academic penalty(Financial penalty still applies)
  • Last date to withdraw without academic penalty - session 1
  • Session 1 resumes
  • Exams commence
  • Term 2 ends
  • 20 May
  • Exam result release
  • MGSM - Exams commence – Term 2
  • Exams start - session 1
  • 17 June
  • MGSM - Last eStudent enrolment for Term 3
  • MGSM - Term 3 commences
  • MGSM - Tuition Fees due for Term 3
  • Exams end - session 1
  • Session 1 ends
  • MGSM - Term 2 Results release
  • MGSM - Census date - Term 3, Last date for withdrawal
  • 8 July
  • Session 1 exam results released
  • Session 2 O-week
  • Session 2 commences
  • Last day to enrol Session 2
  • 19 August
  • Census date - session 2
  • 30 September
  • MGSM - Exams commence – Term 3
  • MGSM - Last eStudent enrolment for Term 4
  • MGSM - Term 4 commences
  • Session 2 recess
  • MGSM - Tuition Fees due for Term 4
  • MGSM - Term 3 Results release
  • MGSM - Census date - Term 4, Last date for withdrawal
  • Last date to withdraw without academic penalty - Session 2
  • Session 2 resumes
  • 21 October
  • Exams start - Session 2
  • 18 November
  • MGSM - Exams commence – Term 4
  • Session 2 ends
  • Session 3 commences
  • 9 December
  • Session 2 exam results released
  • Last day to enrol Session 3
  • Session 3 census date
  • MGSM - Term 4 Results release
  • Session 3 last date to withdraw without academic penalty
  • Session 3 ends
  • Session 3 exam results released

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  • Why constantly texting your friends about problems may increase anxiety

    Originally published inThe Conversation,the following article was authored by Clinical Psychologist,Honorary Associate Danielle Einstein, Department of Psychology. She examineshowrelying on smartphones for emotional interaction canincrease adesirefor constant reassurance. Our culture has changed immensely as a result of the smartphone. We can get reassurance for every doubt just by texting our friends. We can feel approval […]

  • Three strategies to help you navigate dodgy online content

    Originally published onThe Conversation,the following article was authored byDr Kim WilsonandProfessor Garry Falloonfrom the Department of Educational Studies, Macquarie University. They offer students threeways to critically evaluate the validityof adigital newspost, and also explain howbuzzwords that once labelledthose people who eitherdid or didn’t possess the digital savvy to navigate online content are being reassessed. A […]

  • Weekly readings: How much is enough?

    In most classes, you'll have weekly readings from textbooks or journal articles. But when is enough reading, enough? Is a ten-minute speed read sufficient? Or do you need to squeeze the ideas out of every single sentence? The answer is, it depends on why you need to do the reading and what you need to […]

  • Launch of exciting new Law School plans

    Last week, on 6 November 2017, Macquarie University announced plans to redevelop the Macquarie Law School re-imagining the University's campus by establishing a new purpose-designed Law School building at the very heart of it. The new Law School was officially launched at an event at The Mint in Sydney and featured a number of speakers, […]

  • Guide to adulting: travel insurance for students on exchange

    Going on academic exchange is one of the most exciting adventures a student can doduring their time at university. But whether you're heading abroad for four weeks or fourmonths, preparing for it can be time consuming. Amid all the excitement, the importance ofprotecting your health and propertyabroad may slip your mind. Don’t let this happen, […]