Students at UNSW School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering have a variety of resources, support services and advisors available to them. Whether you’re worried about your workload, getting academic advice or finding the right forms we’ve got you covered.
During COVID-19, resources are subject to change. Please consult your course outlines.
If you have any concerns, need help with a problem, or want to check your progress for your degree, visit Engineering Student Support Services in the Nucleus Student Hub.
They can help you with:
- enrolment assistance
- progression check
- formal academic advising
If you are struggling with your studies, you can get formal academic advising to get you back on track.
Engineering Student Support Services can also help you find out more about health, disability, and mental health assistance services.
Organising Your Timetable
For organising your timetable refer to following instructions.
As a part of your degree, you are required to take electives in addition to your core courses. Electives are an opportunity to take a course in a subject you find interesting, expand your skillset, or to broaden your knowledge. Please refer to your programs outlines to see which courses are available to you.
- Electives from other Faculties – for students who matriculated before T1 2021 only
- Engineering and Technical Management (ETM)
During your first term, you have the option to either apply for advanced standing OR reject advanced standing credits you have received. For more information, submit your enquiry online or visit the Engineering Student Support Services if you need further assistance.