Your lecturers have a great wealth of knowledge when it comes to advice about how to be a successful student, so we have kindly shared a few of their top tips with you.
You can also see these tips on the large digital screens around campus. We have included the three of the tips with some extra information and helpful links here
Education is a journey
Each element of assessment you undertake will shape and test your knowledge and experience. They all contribute to your learning journey.
One bad mark is not the end of the world; make sure you understand your feedback and use it to make improvements for your next assignment. If you are unsure how to do this, ask to speak to your lecturer or contact study skills for support.
Consider your career options early
Keep potential careers that are open to you in mind. Life at university can be very busy so it is a good idea to start thinking about how you develop the graduate attributes employers are looking for.
Key staff in USW Careers are aligned to faculties to provide you with a bespoke service. Find out more information by clicking here.
Contribute in class
Contributing in class gives you the opportunity to explore concepts and allows you to test your understanding of a given topic. Speaking up in class will also give you an excellent experience of expressing yourself in front of others.
It is also vital that you seek clarity if there is anything you do not understand.
Click here to see our other top tips.
‘Things your lecturers wish you knew’ is compiled and created by the Progression Team.
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