Study & life hacks
Whether you're facing exams, struggling with memorisation or simply feeling worn out – boy, have we got some tips for you! Become your best self, in both study and general life.
How to fight imposter syndrome and thrive in a new job
Imposter syndrome is very real and can be paralysing, especially when you start a new job. But what is imposter syndrome and how can you push past these feelings of insecurity to thrive?
5 simple ways you can protect the planet this Earth Day
Want to play your part this Earth Day, but not sure where to start? Here are a few small things you can do to reduce your carbon footprint today, and every day.
Mature-age students: A guide for getting into uni
Are you a mature-age student ready to undertake university study? While it’s normal to be nervous, we’re here to tell you, you can do this! Check out this guide to learn more about your options.
10 reasons to finish your degree
If you’re struggling with a lack of motivation, here are a few reminders about why you started your degree, and why you should definitely finish.
Online study: the flexible study option
Online study offers a flexible option for working professionals, new parents or those looking to jump into education part-time. We discuss the experience and benefits of studying online.
You can still study online if you don't have the marks
Online study is a great option if your ATAR marks don’t quite meet the entry requirements of your preferred course. Find out more about what’s involved in this blog from Open Universities Australia.
How-to guide: applying for the Centrelink Student Start-up Loan
Applying for the Centrelink Student Start-up Loan? Check out this comprehensive how-to guide on applying and managing your payments, and find out the answers to other frequently asked questions by students like you.
Student loans: Are they tax deductible?
Filing your taxes for the 2020 financial year? Students often ask if their loan repayments are tax deductible. Read this guide detailing how you can claim expenses back on your tax return this year. 4 minute read.
On September 10 there’s more to say than R U OK?
Last year, if you noticed one of your team members seemed out of sorts, you could quietly ask the question on a coffee break or a lunchtime walk. But this year, with a lot of us working from home, the signs someone is struggling are harder to spot. 3 minute read.
How do we help our pets adjust when we eventually go back to work?
Research shows that pets are key to helping many of us get through stressful situations such as COVID-19. So, how do we ensure they’re looked after when we finally return to work?
How upskilling could help you combat isolation
Depression and anxiety are just some of the possible effects of isolation. So, how you can recognise the warning signs, and combat them by keeping your mind active? 7 minute read.