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Disability campaigner Mr Bruce Bonyhady AM will be awarded an honorary doctorate, the highest honour from the University of Melbourne, at a ceremony to be held tomorrow.
Researchers from the University of Melbourne have shown that there is an association between pancreatic cancer and diabetes.
During your time at University you'll need to submit many assignments. Sometimes it can seem overwhelming, you don't know where to start, the referencing system can be confusing and you're not sure if that last paragraph makes sense.
We have a variety of academic and study support to help you out including:
The Department of Academic Support & Development provides a range of face-to-face and online language and learning support for all students.
They can help you with your university assessment tasks, writing skills, and English, as well as show you effective ways to study and manage your time.
We have a variety of different peer learning programs where students can learn with other students:
We also have multi-purpose student lounges and informal learning spaces across our campuses which students can use for group study or simply to hang out!
They have wi-fi access, moveable and fixed furniture, powerpoints and some kitchenette facilities.
The Library offers a number of programs throughout the year to assist students in developing research skills and to use the full range of library resources available. The programs range from one-hour information sessions to two-hours hands-on workshops. For a full list visit the library website.
Our counsellors run workshops to help you with the skills, tools and resources to be able to handle the demands of university life including time management and overcoming procrastination.