Seek course advice from your faculty
Course advisers provide specific unit and course advice to help you understand whether your program of study is meeting your goals.
Restrictions due to COVID-19 have changed the method of providing academic advice and service from your Faculty. Check with your Faculty below.
For advice on your degree or your Academic Progression, the Faculty Student Centre is your first point of contact, in particular if your Academic Standing is 'Academic Caution', 'Conditional Enrolment', or 'Probation'. Academic Advice is determined by the faculty of your major or first degree of a double degree.
Advisers may refer you to other teams across campus to ensure you get the support and information you need.
Types of advice
Academic Advice may take a variety of forms such as:
- attending a one-to-one session with a staff member
- a phone meeting
- an online learning module
- improving study skills
- attending a lecture
- watching a presentation
Before seeking academic advice
- If you commenced prior to 2020, you should read through the personalised study plan you received via your student email account before seeking academic advice.
- If you commenced from 2020 onwards, you should read the Handbook for the year you commenced your degree before seeking academic advice.
- To look up your degree, you need to find the year of admission of your course in the Course Handbook.
Seeking academic advice
You can contact the listed faculties below for academic advice in the following ways:
Faculty of Arts
Student enquiries should be directed to AskMQ.
Note the subject line of your enquiry as 'Faculty of Arts Academic Advice'. For Education enquiries, note the subject line of your enquiry as 'EDUC - Faculty of Arts Academic Advice'.
The student centre is closed for face to face appointments.
Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences
Students should direct enquiries to AskMQ in the first instance.
For support with:
- Department of Psychology courses
- Department of Linguistic courses
- Department of Cognitive Science courses
- Bachelor of Human Sciences
The student centre is closed for face to face appointments however can be contacted via +61 (2) 9850 6360.
For support with:
- Doctor of Medicine
- Doctor of Physiotherapy
- Master of Public Health
- Bachelor of Clinical Science
Faculty of Science and Engineering
Macquarie Business School
Face to face appointments and drop in consultations are not available at this time.
Undergraduates and Postgraduate Programs
To arrange a phone/zoom appointment, visit be.mq.edu.au/advising.
Macquarie International College (MUIC)
Contact us for enquiries or study plan advice relating to your Standard Foundation Program, Intensive Program, Diploma or Undergraduate Certificate.
Students should direct enquiries to AskMQ in the first instance or by calling +61 2 9850 5055.
Online appointments with a Student Advisor are available from 10am - 3pm, Monday to Friday.