Professions Support Hub
We provide a range of services, information, support, advice, and assistance to students to ensure you excel during your studies with the Faculty and the University as a whole.
We're here to help
We will support you during this challenging time and want to make sure we enable your future success. We are able to support you remotely and you may access our services via our virtual front desk, live chat, email or phone.
Our front desk
Level 1, Marjoribanks Wing, Nexus 10
Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm
Call or email us
Email us at:
Phone: (08) 8313 4755 (Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm)
Available from Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm.
Program Advisor Appointments
The Professions Support Hub offers 15-minute appointment sessions delivered in-person and remotely via Zoom.
For all undergraduate and postgraduate Professions coursework degrees, appointment times are Monday through Thursday during the hours of 2:00-4:00pm and UG Law appointments are bookable Monday, Tuesday & Thursday during the hours of 10:00am-2:00pm.
Please note that on the next screen you will need to book the appropriate Appointment session for the degree you are enrolled in. Booking the incorrect session will result in cancellation.
Law (UG only)
Appointments available Monday, Tuesday & Thursday during 10:00am-2:00pm
Both in person and virtual (Zoom) appointments available, please book via link below on Calendly. In person appointments will be held on the ground Ligertwood Building.
Internships and career services
Professions study overseas (study abroad, exchange and study tours)
Academic, learning and student support
Drop in Service staffed by postgraduate students focusing on specific questions or the understanding of key concepts that underpin your program of study, and are applicable to multiple courses.
Accounting drop-in centre
Economics drop-in centre
Finance drop-in centre
Academic progress by coursework student policy
The University also has an obligation to monitor the academic progress of all students to assist them in the successful completion of their programs.
If you have received a letter from the University advising that you have not made satisfactory academic progress, refer to the Academic progress by coursework student policy.
You can find your online resources for the Faculty of the Professions below:
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