At UNSW School of Population Health, you’ll find an engaging and supportive culture, with plenty of resources and information to help with your studies. Explore our student resources to learn everything you need to know about studying with us as an undergraduate, postgraduate or postgraduate research student. You’ll also find key contacts to help you along your way and useful information on plagiarism and academic skills.
Find the information to help you manage your undergraduate, postgraduate and postgraduate research studies. Explore student support services, course breakdowns, FAQs, progression information, key dates and more.
Whether you’re an undergraduate student, postgraduate student or postgraduate research student, find the details of key contacts who can help you manage your studies. You can reach out directly to our coursework directors and education support officers.
As a student, it’s your responsibility to ensure you understand what plagiarism is and avoid it in your assignments and academic work. Learn what plagiarism is and where you can find more information.
Developing sound academic skills will help you abide by university standards and ensure your marks are not degraded by plagiarism or avoidable mistakes. Find out how to use Endnote for referencing and learn about useful library skills.
Read our postgraduate prospectus for information on our research projects and programs, key dates, internships, fees and school contacts.