BE Successful

BE Successful

Your success is important to us.

We're here to support you throughout your student journey with a range of programs and opportunities to help you achieve your academic and career goals. Whether it's learning support, mentoring, industry experience, or landing your first job - it's all within reach and we'll help you get there. Join our connected learning community and BE Successful!


First Step mentoring program

There's a lot to take in during your first year at uni, so why not learn from those who've already been there? First STEP connects you with an academic mentor who you'll meet with, one-to-one, throughout the session. You might discuss your university experience, challenges or how to prepare for a successful career. You will also be assigned a peer mentor (3rd year student) who will guide you and offer advice in a small group setting.

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Lucy mentoring

How would you like to be mentored by an industry professional? If you’re a female student in second year or above in the School of Business, you have the opportunity to apply for one-to-one mentoring from experts in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors.

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Academic Support

Peer Assisted Learning (PAL)

Want to boost your grades and meet new people? PAL offers weekly sessions to help improve your grades in most first-year units. When you join PAL, you’ll learn from our best performers, discover how to get ahead in your subjects and stay organised, and meet other students.

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Student Representative Program

Are you passionate about improving the learning experience and sharpening your communication skills? As a Unit Representative you are the bridge between the students and teaching staff, representing the voice of your fellow students. Your feedback helps to shape the future success of our Business units.

Unit Representatives then have the opportunity to become Department Representatives, and regularly meet with the Head of Departments and Senior Academics.

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Student success

Need to get back on track? When things are not going to plan and you need help with your studies, our Student Success team are here to listen and provide assistance.

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BE Successful: iLearn and KickStart

Once you’re enrolled in your degree, you’ll have access to our BE Successful iLearn unit. Here you’ll find all the information you need to get the most out of uni life. It’s also our official communication channel so you’ll be kept up to date with everything you need to know about scholarships, internships and exams.

Our award-winning KickStart program is also on iLearn. This program allows you to connect with your lecturer and prepare for each unit though online videos and interactive activities before classes even begin. This means you’ll find out exactly what’s required so that you can turn up ready to get the most out of your subjects from Week 1.

Career Development

Professional and Community Engagement (PACE)

Want real-world experience? Through our unique PACE program, you could undertake an internship, collaborate with other students on a business competition, or work on campus with leading organisations on a business problem. You’ll also gain credit towards your degree.

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Career and Employment Service

Planning your career? It’s never too early to start preparing for your professional future. Whatever stage you’re at, we can equip you with the skills and experience you need to launch a successful career. Our Career and Employment Service provides career advice, workshops and events.

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Business and Economics Student Services (BESS)

This is your first point of contact on campus. Drop in and see the friendly team at BESS for program advice, information and guidance on administrative processes.

PH: (02) 9850 1050 
Location: 6 Eastern Rd, Ground Floor 106

Student testimonials

“I can’t stress the importance of taking advantage of the amazing programs that are on offer, as you never know where an unconventional journey may lead you.”

Jacqueline Gerodias
Bachelor of Arts with Bachelor of Commerce

“I was unsure of so much when I first started uni. Like the difference between a tutorial and a lecture. Or how exams would work, or how to borrow a book from the library, or the best ways to be productive when studying. Plus, it was a big change coming from high school where I saw my regular friends and was comfortable with how things were going. I knew it definitely wasn’t going to be easy, so I sought tips… one tip, which I still try to follow, was to get involved with as many things as possible.”

Divij Mehra
Bachelor of Applied Finance and Bachelor of Commerce  – Professional Accounting

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