You are on page 1of 16


Academic Advice Guide 2014

Bachelor of

GRATTAN ST MELBOURNE DENTAL CLINIC 2 373 M N GRATTAN PL 138 Cardigan St 107 GRADUATE HOUSE 354 348 CHURCH ST BERKELEY ST 204 207 260 83 394 337 University Square 250 202 384 243 Health Service Counselling and Psychological Services. ENG. Hearing and Speech Sciences ST PROPOSED STUDENT ACOMMODATION (Under Development) BARKLY PL 223 S T U V KEL EY ST BAR RY 219 PA Wood Jones Theatre Paediatrics 400 DAVID PENINGTON CE SA RH atre (Law Building) eatre (Law Building) ROYAL CHILDRENS HOSPITAL oodruff Theatre (Microbiology Department of VE PR TE SC EC RIN BU IEN LINICARY ILD CE AL ING S 402 Architecture. Map created by Property & Campus Services : Space Management . Safer Community Program BARRY ST LEICESTER ST ST MSLE 379 385 O P Q R 224 105 THE SPOT Deliveries 110 MELBOURNE BUSINESS SCHOOL BOUVERIE CFNE 110 202 261 LINCOLN SQ NORTH ARGYLE PL NTH TO GPO (1400m) Mail Room 9 9 44 LIT.23rd July 2013 : 230 Grattan St.Parkville Campus Map 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 WHITLEY COLLEGE (900m) 12 12 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (400m) ORMOND COLLEGE (250m) ST HILDA'S COLLEGE (300m) SPORTS OVAL CRICKET NETS NEWMAN COLLEGE QUEEN'S COLLEGE (250m) TENNIS COURTS A PALMERSTON PL 335 INTERNATIONAL HOUSE (700m) 470 JANET CLARKE HALL (95m) ATHLETICS TRACK & HOCKEY PITCH TRINITY COLLEGE B C D E EL PP KE ST 103 BEAUREPAIRE CENTRE 101 ST MARY'S COLLEGE 308 SPORTS CENTRE Tin Alley GATE 14 (exit only) BOTANY NORTH EXTENSION Tin Alley 123 BOTANY Student Services 113 Union Road BALDWIN SPENCER Tin Alley REDMOND BARRY DAVID CARO GATE 1 MELBOURNE SCHOOL OF LAND AND ENVIRONMENT Spencer Road 359 358 357 356 UNIVERSITY HOUSE 112 North Court UNION HOUSE 115 Union Lawn 192 Foot bridge ELGIN ST 111 111 System Garden 192 ARCHITECTURE BUILDING & PLANNING (Under Construction Until December 2014) PHYSICS SOUTH ELISABETH MURDOCH 200 201 THOMAS CHERRY Foot GATE 2 McCOY BUILDING Earth Sciences bridg e 122 Professors Walk 130 South Court RAYMOND PRIESTLEY 142 140 WESTERN PRECINCT (330m) GATE 13 GRAINGER MUSEUM 147 ZOOLOGY BABEL 139 143 Deakin Court 128 Hearn Court 133 134 136 Pedestrian Entry Only GATE 3 Information Centre 1 1 152 Eyecare EASTERN PRECINCT CAR PARK (UNDERGROUND) 333 Underground Car Park (333) Entrance F G H I J K L Masson Road 141 148 ARTS WEST OLD ARTS Cussonia Court 150 Old Quad 155 MacFarland Court 149 Bookshop 153 CHEMISTRY 154 OLD GEOLOGY OLD GEOLOGY SOUTH 157 160 RICHARD BERRY 244 344 Academic Skills 156 80 Monash Road GENETICS GATE 12 11 11 KENNETH MYER Medical Road Professors Walk BAILLIEU LIBRARY WALTER BOAS Genetics Lane WILSON 194 151 161 CHEM. 0 10 20 30 40 50m . Chaplaincy.1 GATE 4 FARADAY ST Underground Car Park (144) Entrance Block K 101 MDU PHL 144 177 PARADE SOUTH LAWN CAR PARK (UNDERGROUND) Underground Car Park (195) Entrance 163 166 165 167 ALICE HOY Block J 162 SIDNEY MYER ASIA CENTRE ELECTRICAL CHEM.ENG. 0 10 20 30 40 50m Parking Infringements apply to the Parkville Campus and other University carparks Main Campus Address: 230 Grattan St. PELHAM ST 253 249 Lincoln Square 3 3 PELHAM ST LAW BUILDING PELHAM ST 106 LEICESTER PL CANADA ST 247 BER re (Old Engineering School) Spencer Building Theatre t Theatre (The Spot) LEICESTER ST BOUVERIE Pearson Theatre (ERC) Theatre (Arts West) eatre (David Penington Building) Theatre (Theatre 4) 2 3 403 MAIN PRECINCT (330m) 4 LINCOLN SQ SOUTH ARGYLE PL STH 283 218 217 246 Audiology. Building. Building & Planning Arts Business and Economics Education Engineering Inter-Disciplinary Research Institutes Land & Environment Law Medicine. 3010. 3010. Melbourne University. Dentistry & Health Science Music Science Veterinary Science University General 102 SYMBOL INDICATES YOUR PRESENT POSITION Buildings Under Development Main Entry to Buildings Parenting Room Wheelchair Accessible Toilet Wheelchair Access Route Access Facilities shown are not exhaustive For more information contact the Disability Liaison Unit or the Information Centre Taxi Pick Up Point Public Parking Permit Only Parking Help Phone 111 Tram Stop Number Mail Box Secure Bicycle Hub(Number = Spaces) 83 The University of Melbourne Acknowledges the Wurundjeri people as the Traditional Custodians of the Land on which this Campus is situated. & Planning Library (L2) 404 Baillieu Library 177 I13 BIO21 INST. Melbourne University.H. Enquiries 203 MALVINA PL Parking Office 258 VICTORIAN COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTRE (Under Construction) 10 PETER DOHERTY INSTITUTE (Under Construction) 368 242 274 248 220 222 206 104 353 352 388 UNIVERSITY SQUARE CAR PARK (UNDERGROUND) Underground Car Park (107) Entrance 257 254 269 256 LIT. INCUBATOR 150 G15 Boyce Gibson Memorial Library 182 J13 478Brownless Biomedical Library 171 J19 Eastern Resource Centre (ERC) Library Bio21 Institute 171 J19 VRI BUILDING Libraries DR (Under Construction) G H I J 221 IVE (Under Development) 267 278 MELBOURNE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION MEDLEY HALL 46 / 56 Drummond St (300m) 464 266 ST RK 263 262 TO CITY CENTRE (1000m) N OU SE QUEENSBERRY ST Affiliated Organisations Architecture.2 195 South Lawn (Phone in Car Park) JOHN MEDLEY 193 158 Wilson Avenue CLINICAL SCIENCE BUILDING 601 184 GATE 11 MICROBIOLOGY & IMMUNOLOGY Block F 182 183 HOWARD FLOREY BROWNLESS BIOMEDICAL LIBRARY OLD METALLURGY Block G Block H 164 DOUG McDONELL 168 FRANK TATE ROYAL DENTAL HOSPITAL OF MELBOURNE JOHN SMYTH 138 ERC 191 ROYAL ROYAL MELBOURNE CENTRE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH 608 OLD ENGINEERING 169 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 171 189 197 GATE 6 702 757 SWANSTON MEDICAL BUILDING 181 Block A Block D 187 Block B 175 Block C 10 GATE 10 INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING 174 176 170 GATE 8 GATE 7 Block E Kernot Road 1888 BUILDING 198 SWANSTON STREET 173 Ross McKay Courtyard 199 2 GATE 9 Underground Car Park (107) Entrance GRATTAN STREET ALAN GILBERT BUILDING Security Office A.

We hope you take full advantage of everything Melbourne has to offer as you enjoy a distinctive ‘Melbourne Experience’ and take the first step toward realising your career goals and aspirations. Dean Faculty of Medicine. Stephen K Smith. welcome to your tertiary studies in 2014. It provides a strong foundation for employment. Dentistry & Health Sciences . and Science and the Melbourne School of Engineering. It has a long tradition in biomedicine across the Faculties of Medicine. The Bachelor of Biomedicine comprises an integrated curriculum that covers molecular. Program Director. David Williams. or a research higher degree. Dentistry & Health Sciences Prof. We wish you every success with your studies. Congratulations on gaining entry into the Bachelor of Biomedicine! The University is internationally recognised for its excellence in biomedical research. Bachelor of Biomedicine Faculty of Medicine. further professional graduate study in biomedical and clinical sciences. Dentistry & Health Sciences. cellular and integrative aspects of biomedical sciences.Welcome from the Dean and Prof David Williams WELCOME! On behalf of the University of Melbourne. Prof. teaching and practice.

BSS organises a number of social events throughout the year including an orientation camp. congratulations on being accepted into the Bachelor of Biomedicine and welcome to the University of Melbourne! The social. our second-hand book sale in March. trivia nights. and through peer advice sessions in October where we can help you choose your major. academic. It is now your responsibility to embrace each and every opportunity that is thrown at you. BSS works closely with the Medical Dentistry and Health Sciences (MDHS) Student Centre to bridge the gap between students and the university. and the annual Bachelor of Biomedicine Ball. A great way to engage with other students in your course is through the Biomedicine Students’ Society (BSS). and make sure you are aware of what your Student Centre can do to assist you through your studies. The BSS committee is comprised of a mix of students from all three year levels.uom@gmail.Welcome from your fellow Biomedicine students Firstly. formally communicate your feedback on the course and subjects via the Dean’s Focus Group. Biomedicine Students’ Society . Being a part of the Bachelor of BIomedicine means you are one of the smallest cohorts in the university and part of a tight-knit community of Our aim is to provide support to facilitate success and ensure you get the most out of your time in Biomed. free Thomas Hu and Jess Smith Co-Presidents.unimelb • Speak to any of the committee members at Academic Advice Day or during O-Week • Email us at bssociety. To get involved with BSS: • Add Biomed Bear on Facebook https://www. We provide academic support through study groups.facebook. cocktail night. a boat cruise. and personal changes you are about to experience may seem daunting at first but you will soon fall in love with university life just as we have.

Brownless Biomedical Library Email: Ph: 13MELB 13(6352) 8:45am http://instagram. getting the MDHS Student Centre uses a virtual queuing system so you don’t have to stand around in Monday to Thursday 8:45am .au/visit-us .com/mdhs.unimelb. SMS “MDHS” to 0477 752 222 or visit At peak times throughout the Have a query about your enrolment? Need some advice on course or pathway options? Something unexpected come up that you think might impact your studies? Considering Study Abroad or Exchange? Not sure where to start? Visit the MDHS Student Centre! Level 1. clubs and societies.Getting Assistance Medicine Dentistry and Health Sciences (MDHS) Student Centre Visit the MDHS Student Centre website for information on subject selection.unimelb.mdhs. and more: http://sc. choosing your Fridays http://www.

Alice Reid Biomedicine Senior Student Adviser Chris Pollard Biomedicine Student Adviser Isobel Hodges Biomedicine Student Adviser Student Equity Officer From time to time unexpected things can occur that can impact upon your ability to study and complete assessments within the Look for Getting Assistance then click on Meet an Adviser. Gillian Waters Student Equity Officer Undergraduate Current students are encouraged to book an appointment with a student adviser via the MDHS Student Centre website http://sc.unimelb.unimelb. Gillian is the undergraduate Student Equity Officer and is responsible for support processes including SEAP (Student Equitable Adjustment Procedure). You are encouraged to book a confidential appointment with Gillian to discuss your queries around eligibilty for support services and the types of documentation you will be asked to provide. Special Consideration. mental health issue or ongoing medical condition. assisting students to successfully complete their studies. Elite Athletes and Defence Gillian is also responsible for quota subjects. and we can assist you in accessing these support networks. The university has a range of support policies to minimise the impact of circumstances outside of your You may be living with an ongoing physical disability. class registration and Community Access Program (CAP). Our student advisers are professional staff who are equipped to assist you with a range of discussions ranging from personal issues impacting your studies. to enrolment and administrative queries. Log in and choose from the available times to book your appointment or go directly to the following link: http://sc.mdhs.Student Advisers Biomedicine Student Advisers As a Bachelor of Biomedicine student you have access to individual student advice appointments for the duration of your .

Note: • You can complete a maximum of 125 points at Level 1 • You can complete a maximum of 37. • 25 points (biomedical science/science discipline subjects or breadth subjects) at Level 1. mathematics and physics. chemical processes in a biological context. and cellular pathology. In third year. Dentistry & Health Sciences. pharmacology and physiology. the focus is on molecular and cellular aspects of biomedicine with topics from molecular biology and biochemistry. and are subject to the prerequisites being met. They can also include further study in other areas of science. fundamentals of cell biology. 2 or 3. the foundation subjects in biology and chemistry focus on key biomolecules. cell biology. These subjects are supported by studies in experimental design and data analysis.5 points of breadth at Level 1 In first year. Faculty of Veterinary Science. Melbourne School of Engineering and Melbourne School of Land & Environment. In semester 2. two compulsory capstone subjects explore contemporary issues in biomedicine and develop links with professional practice. In semester 1. > At least 75 points at Level 3 including the compulsory subjects or approved equivalents and including the 50 points of a prescribed major.Bachelor of Biomedicine Please refer to the University of Melbourne Handbook https://www. What are the course requirements? To satisfy the requirements of the Bachelor of Biomedicine (BBiomed).edu.5 points at Level 2 or 3.handbook.5 points at Level 2 including the compulsory subjects or approved equivalents. > At least 62. genetics. • At least 50 points of Breadth subjects including a minimum of 12. Normally these subjects are chosen to meet prerequisite requirements for a major. the compulsory core subjects include content from several biomedical science discipline areas to provide foundation knowledge that prepares you for the capstone and major subjects in third year. Depth in one specific biomedical science discipline is achieved by selecting 50 points at third-year level in an area of major study.unimelb. such as chemistry or mathematics. you must complete a total of 300 points. In second as the definitive source of course information and requirements. You can also select a total of 25 points as Selectives from subjects that are offered by the Faculty of Science. basic genetics and the interactions between genes and environment that determine phenotype. comprising: • 225 points of core (biomedical science/science discipline) subjects including: > At least 75 points at Level 1 including the compulsory subjects or approved equivalents. the focus is on human structure and function with topics in gross anatomy. Faculty of Medicine. and enables you to meet prerequisite requirements of postgraduate and professional health science degrees. . microbiology and immunology.

au/sites/bbiomed/files/MDHS_Majors_Booklet_Oct13. Regina. Melanie. Sidney Myer Asia Centre (SMAC).Bachelor of Biomedicine major subjects A total of 13 undergraduate majors are offered by the Faculty of Medicine.handbook. From left to right: 2013 Bachelor of Biomedicine students Oshi.unimelb.pdf Biomed Bear eagerly awaiting the start of his physiology lecture at Carrillo Gantner Theatre. Dentistry and Health Sciences: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Bioengineering Systems Biotechnology Cell and Developmental Biology Genetics Health Informatics Human Structure and Function Immunology Microbiology and Immunology Neuroscience Pathology Pharmacology Physiology To find out more about each Remember to use the Majors Guide located on the MDHS Student Centre website: http://bbiomed. Giulia and including the major coordinator’s contact details. and Bachelor of Biomedicine students Joyce. Students on the cover of the MDHS Student Centre Majors Guide. . Bachelor of Science student Mark Lai.unimelb. Priscilla and Kevin. Shyam. please refer to the Handbook online: https://www. Anneliese.

Enrolment You will need to complete the administrative part of your enrolment and enrol into your subjects using the following link: http://enrolment. Please contact the MDHS Student Centre for more details sc-mdhs@unimelb. Students who have not completed VCE Biology 3/4 or equivalent are required to enrol in Mathematics for Biomedicine in Semester 2. Students will be enrolled in Mathematics for Biomedicine in the opposite semester to which they are enrolled in Experimental Design and Data Analysis. Students who have completed VCE Biology 3/4 or equivalent are required to enrol in Mathematics for Biomedicine in Semester 1. Do you intend to take the Health Informatics major? In your first year you must select: COMP10001 Foundations of Computing This subject is taken instead of Experimental Design & Data Analysis. five of these subjects are set: • BIOL10002 Biomolecules & Cells (Semester 1) • BIOL10003 Genes & Environment (Semester 2) • CHEM10006 Chemistry for Biomedicine (Semester 1) • MAST10011 # Experimental Design & Data Analysis (Semester 1 or 2) • MAST10016 Mathematics for Biomedicine (Semester 1 or 2) # An enrolment quota applies per semester in You will be required to take one of two possible first-year Physics Chris and Alice have created an online enrolment video to assist you with your enrolment: http://sc.mdhs. Experimental Design & Data Analysis and Physics. These subjects are taken instead of Mathematics for Biomedicine. If you have not completed VCE Physics you need to enrol into: PHYC10007 Physics for Biomedicine If you have completed VCE Physics you need to enrol into: PHYC10006 Physics 2: Life Sciences & Environment Interstate and IB students should choose the subject you think is most relevant to your level of study. Class registration opens on Monday 3 February Your enrolment will be reviewed by the Science Student Centre and may be amended to ensure that you are enrolled in the appropriate semester.How do I choose my first year subjects? You will take six core subjects. you can still decide to change your major if you change your Class Registration To create your Semester 1 timetable you will need to register in .au Do you intend to take the Bioengineering Systems major? In your first year you must select: ENGR10002 Engineering Systems Design 2 MAST10006 Calculus 2 and MAST10007 Linear Algebra (or both MAST10008 Accelerated Mathematics 1 and MAST10009 Accelerated Mathematics 2. Please note that even after completing these first year compulsory subjects for a Bioengineering Systems major. depending on your mathematical background).

au/8dpn • We discuss Breadth in more detail on the next page.5 points of Breadth at Level 1. • Please note the 25 credit point subjects in 2nd year .DOUBLE your usual subject . • 50 points must be taken as Breadth with a maximum of 37.unimelb. To remember: • You must complete 300 points of study in order to complete your degree. • You can take up a maximum of ten Level 1 subjects throughout your entire degree.How will my course be structured? Standard Pathway Year 1 Biomolecules & Cells BIOL10002 Genes & Environment BIOL10003 Chemistry for Biomedicine CHEM10006 Physics for Biomedine PHYC10007 Mathematics for Biomedicine MAST10016 Experimental Design & Data Analysis MAST10011 Breadth Breadth Year 2 Molecular & Cellular Biomedicine BIOM20001 (25 credit points) Human Structure & Function BIOM20002 (25 credit points) Selective Breadth Selective Breadth Year 3 Biomedicine: From Molecule to Malady BIOM30002 Frontiers in Biomedicine BIOM30001 Major Major Breadth / Selective Major Major Breadth / Selective What are Selectives? • Selectives in the Bachelor of Biomedicine are science-based subjects (so. • There are an additional 25 points for you to use for either Breadth or Selective subjects. not Breadth) • For further information on Selective subjects: http://go.

English biologist 1825-1895 Breadth is an opportunity to learn about something you’re interested in from outside the core disciplines of your degree. . OR Choose subjects that provide skills and understanding to support you in science-oriented professions. After enrolling into your Bachelor of Biomedicine you may choose to undertake a concurrent Diploma in Informatics. topic or issue. The aim of breadth is not only to encourage you to expand your academic horizons. or sociology. languages (subject to placement test). cinema Learn more about breadth study and your Bachelor of Biomedicine breadth options online at: http://go. theme. communication. For By studying subjects distinct from the main fields of study in your degree. education. economics. For more information: http://go. education and everyday life: for example. the business is Breadth? “Try to learn something about everything and everything about something” Thomas Breadth rules for the Bachelor of Biomedicine You can take up to 75 points (six subjects) of Breadth study. you have the chance to develop different skills. Breadth will offer you the flexibility to take on the many challenges of a global work environment. A concurrent diploma will usually add 50 to 100 points to your degree (1-2 semesters on top of your Bachelor of Biomedicine) and give you the opportunity to pursue subjects you love but which are outside your discipline. You must complete a minimum of 50 points (four subjects) of Breadth study with a maximum of 37. Find your breadth subjects via the 2014 Handbook online Breadth search: http://go. Can I continue with my language or music studies? Concurrent Diplomas are taken in conjunction with your undergraduate degree. Languages. or world history. bioethics. Mathematics. learn complementary ways of thinking about issues and problems. Music. management. law. expand your knowledge. How should I choose Breadth subjects? Choose subjects you have always wanted to Many students choose to undertake at least one Breadth Track as part of their breadth studies. as well as provide opportunities for increased personal development. and challenge your perceptions.5 points (three subjects) of Breadth at Level 1. Breadth Tracks A Breadth Track is a set of three or more subjects that progressively develops knowledge and skills relevant to some domain. or Global Issues.unimelb.unimelb.unimelb. but also to enable you to bring a broader range of skills to the workplace. creative writing.

au .mobility. Graduate Pathways into further study The MDHS Student Centre coordinates a number of activities as part of the University’s Next Steps program. then book in to see a MDHS Student Adviser to discuss. Activities include lectures. industry and careers seminars as well as individual appointments with MDHS academics and student advising Abroad / Exchange Investigate a world of opportunities available to you through Melbourne Global Mobility (MGM) and receive credit for your you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a different social. restrictions For information on the full range of Next Steps offerings across the University: http://nextsteps. By taking part in an exchange or other international student mobility in the first instance.bbiomed. These events are designed specifically to help you understand your options for future study in the Biomedical and Health Sciences field (coursework and research pathways including the Doctor of Medicine/ Dental Surgery/ Physiotherapy and Honours degrees) and to assist in preparation for future employment. and postgraduate study options. If you are interested in studying overseas for a semester visit the Melbourne Global Mobility website: http://www.unimelb. Due to the integrated structure of the Bachelor of Biomedicine course structure. For information on Next Steps . Last year there were sessions on preparing for the Graduate Medical School Admissions Test (GAMSAT). volunteering and research opportunities. interview preparation for Biomedicine students. A key feature of the program is the involvement of current Biomedicine students and of alumni who are able to share their experiences of study and work pathways they have followed.Bachelor of Biomedicine: http://www. It is never too early to begin researching your future options and the MDHS Student Centre team encourage you to engage with the range of informaton sessions and events from first year. career training. workshops. This will add an international perspective to your studies. cultural and intellectual environment.

as well as my extensive experience with the Biomedicine Students’ Society and other extra-curricular activities. and enable you to explore the broad range of graduate opportunities across the University. third year student “The mentor program has offered a chance to have friendly casual meetings with those in the medical field. These Faculty-specific activities supplement the events offered across the range of University’s Graduate Schools.Chancellor’s Scholars As part of the Biomedicine Chancellor’s Scholars program you will be able to participate in specialist support programs delivered as part of Next Steps and involving teaching staff. I am always eager to share advice and experience with younger students. My mentor. gave a wider scope of a doctor’s practice beyond that of a clinician”. As a student mentor. research staff. to how to maintain a social life”. I think I have been able to help my three Chancellor’s Scholar students in invaluable ways – discussing everything from subject choices and future pathways. The more specialist and localised support programs will include opportunities for close connections with graduate disciplines through ongoing associations with academic mentors as well as interactions with graduate students enrolled in our suite of professional entry Masters degrees (Medicine/ Dental Surgery/ Physiotherapy) and research pathways including Honours. Ollie Xue Chancellor’s Scholar Bachelor of Biomedicine. Bridget Bishop Former Chancellor’s Scholar Current Graduate Student Mentor Doctor of Medicine student “With three years of my Bachelor of Biomedicine degree behind me. both a GP and an academic. Doris Young. and clinicians drawn from the Faculty’s five Graduate Schools and numerous academic departments. . Student IT (Department of IT User Services) runs free IT skills sessions for students who need help in various areas of computing. sexual The MDHS Faculty computer lab in the Medical Building is available during semester and semester breaks. assignment writing. The Brownless Biomedical Library also houses computer facilities with some after hours Attend a Careers event or visit a Careers Drop In Session during semester to talk about internships and work experience.unimelb. International Student Services (ISS) ISS support international students with a range of This service encompasses Ask Unimelb is a University of Melbourne website search engine which students and staff rely upon to source the most up-to-date university information. presentation The team of advisers at Academic Skills (AS) can help you with exam preparation. Student Health Service Separate to your MDHS Student Advisers.unimelb. Student Connect advisers help you to make the most out of your University experience by working with you to formulate and carry out your individualised Action Plan. . The key is to speak with someone! If you are in doubt or simply don’t know where to start. and English as a second language. Student Connect Careers and Employment Academic Skills (AS) Are you living with an ongoing physical disability.Managing my studies While it is ultimately your responsibility to self-manage your studies over the course of your degree there are a range of services to assist study skills. please make an appointment to see an MDHS Student Centre Student Adviser: Disability Liaison (DL) time management skills. Book online to make an appointment . counselling and psychiatric care for local and international students. finding a job or building your resume. Computer Skills Sessions http://www. mental health issues or an on-going medical condition? Your Student Equity Officer (Gillian Waters) or Disability Liaison (DL) can assist you with participating fully in your studies by identifying reasonable adjustments to promote independence as you pursue your Computer access http://library. programs and have access to multiple free appointments per semester! Ask Unimelb

Notes .

Brownless Biomedical Library The University of Melbourne Victoria Australia 3010 T: F: E: W: + 61 3 8344 5890 + 61 3 9347 7084 f: t: i: Disclaimer Statement on privacy policy Authorised by: the Biomedicine Program DIrector Copyright The University has used its best endeavours When dealing with personal or health ©Copyright University of Melbourne MDHS SC .htm For further information refer to: absolute http://instagram.mdhs. to ensure that material contained in this information about Designed by Isobel The University gives no warranty and accepts no Records Act MDHS Student Centre First Floor. CRICOS PROVIDER CODE: 00116K responsibilty for the accuracy or completeness of information and the University reserves the right For further information refer to: Intellectual Property to make changes without notice at any time in its the University of Copyright in this publication is owned by the publication was correct at the time of printing. Student Adviser. http://www. Melbourne is obliged to comply with the University and no part of it may be reproduced Information Privacy Act 2000 and the Health without permission of the www.