We're here to help

We're here to help

Our friendly team in our Faculty of Science and Engineering Student Centre are here to help.

While our physical counter in 14 SCO will remain closed for the remainder of Session 1, our team is ready to take your calls or meet with you online anytime Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.

Contact our team with any questions related to your studies or if you just need more information on where to get help:

Program advice

Our Faculty of Science and Engineering Student Centre is here to help you navigate through your degree. We can help with:

  • Enrolment advice
  • Advice on academic progression, course advice and requirements to complete your degree
  • Checks for eligibility to graduate
  • Advice on how to change your study mode/degree/specialisation and the impact that might have on length of study (including reduced study-load requests)
  • Pre-requisite requirements within your degree
  • Understanding policy and procedure
  • Credit point overload
  • Grade appeal information
  • Special approval and waivers
  • Special Consideration requests
  • Advice on which University-services to access for extra help with your studies and wellbeing
  • A friendly face if you’re not quite sure who you’re supposed to talk to or where to get help

Academic advice

Our academic staff are a wealth of knowledge and can help you understand your course material and make sure you’re choosing the right units for your career goals. They can help with:

  • Help with understanding which units to choose for your goals
  • Assistance understanding specific aspects of units
  • Feedback on grades
  • Advice for career/research goals
  • Advice regarding which units align with my interests
  • Help with deciphering differences between units.

Contact us

NSW International Student of the Year Award Nominations now open

If you're currently enrolled, nominate now for the NSW International Student of the Year Awards.

Issued by the New South Wales Government via Study NSW, these awards recognise an international student who stands out in their community for their contribution. The award is not academically-based, but rather recognises the extra-curricular achievements of our international student community.

Nominations are due 29 May and should be emailed to Professor Richard de Grijs - Associate Dean, Global Engagement: richard.de-grijs@mq.edu.au

Complete the form here.

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