We understand that you’re going to be busy. You might find that trying to balance your job, your commitments and study is a challenge.
Don't worry, and more importantly, don't give up. At USQ, we have dedicated services to help with all those issues.
The Learning Centre is here to help you with your academic concerns or questions. They have been helping USQ students for the past 20 years and they know what they are talking about.
Don't wait until it’s too late to speak to them. Go online, give them a call or email them to see what's on offer and how it might help you.
As the semester progresses, your situation may change or things may be more difficult than you thought they would be. You may need to work more, your family and friends might be making you feel guilty about not spending time with them, you are short of money or it might just seem too hard.
Learning how to balance study, work and the rest of your life is one of the challenges of being a student. But there’s no need to panic …we’ve assembled some essential tips to get you started:
Working to a Timetable
The trick to successful study is being organised and not being afraid to ask for help, information or support. Probably the best way to be organised with your study is to create a timetable. That way you can fit everything in – work, study, family, sport, socialising and holidays.
You’ve probably got some idea of what you want to achieve from your university study. Now is a good time to identify your goals and write them down.