How to make the most out of your time at uni – from someone who’s been there, done that

Now that I’ve finished up my final year at UTS, here are my five tips for making the most out of your time here.

5 reasons health students need U:PASS

As U:PASS is offered in first year, it’s a great way to be reassured that everyone is a little bit scared! The U:PASS leader is a student just like you, so there’s no intimidation in the classroom.

5 ways to get the most out of your time at UTS

Starting university can seem daunting and really scary, but once you settle in, get to know some people and get stuck into your course you’ll see just how fun it really is.

My 5 tips for better productivity during exams

Written by Michelle Zhang, UTS Bachelor of Nursing student We all know uni exams can be a stressful time. Here are my top five tips for achieving better productivity: 1. Sleep It is crucial for memory. You need sleep prior to learning, so that you are physically and mentally ready, to absorb new knowledge andContinue reading “My 5 tips for better productivity during exams”

My 5 ways to keep motivated when studying online

Written by Jessica Carrera-Peakman, UTS Bachelor of Nursing (Accelerated: Enrolled Nurse) student Here are my five top tips for staying motivated while studying online at uni: 1. Have a dedicated work space Ensure you have a workspace set up in your home where you can do your uni assignments or studying. This will allow youContinue reading “My 5 ways to keep motivated when studying online”

What I learned: International Diplomacy Forum (Part 2)

Written by William Lam, UTS Bachelor of Health Science student To work towards the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, Humanitarians Affairs Asia invited young leaders from around the world to visit the United Nations Conference Centre in Bangkok. This event was a 3-day intensive training in diplomacy, leadership and policy development. William was invited to travel to BangkokContinue reading “What I learned: International Diplomacy Forum (Part 2)”

What I learned: International Diplomacy Forum (Part 1)

Written by William Lam, UTS Bachelor of Health Science student To work towards the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, Humanitarians Affairs Asia invited young leaders from around the world to visit the United Nations Conference Centre in Bangkok. This event was a 3-day intensive training in diplomacy, leadership and policy development. William was invited to travel to BangkokContinue reading “What I learned: International Diplomacy Forum (Part 1)”