School of Public Health and Community Medicine

Program Support

There are a number of services that provide support with both coursework and research programs of study.


Library Orientation

Nicole Robertson from UNSW Library explains services available to postgraduate students.


Administration of your Degree

Phillip Raponi, Student Services Manager explains key tips to help students with the administration of their degree.


Support for International Students

Emily Ou from Student Development International explains the services available to international students.

Student Central

Student Central

Student Central is the enquiry and service centre for UNSW's essential university processes or connecting you in with key support and development services, Student Central will support you from enrolment to graduation.

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myUNSW is the place for you to enrol, pay your fees, update your personal details, see your class timetable and exam results, and find Key University dates. It lets you access the services and information you need to help organise your student life.

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At UNSW, information technology is integral to your education and the University provides on-campus access to these resources. As a student at UNSW, you will have access to UniWide, our campus-wide wireless network, as well as a range of student-based online services. Contact them directly for assistance with IT related matters.  The IT Service Desk is your central point of contact for assistance and support with UNSW Blackboard, UniPass, zPass, UniMail, UniWide, zMail and software.  They have a range of software available for student download such as Microsoft Office, Symantec Antivirus, EndNote.   In many cases, software is distributed cost-free as part of a UNSW-wide site licence. See Software for Students.

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UNSW Institute of Languages

UNSW Institute of Languages offers English language courses for international and local students, courses in other languages, language testing and language teacher training. The Institute provides full-time courses in academic English to prepare candidates to meet the UNSW English entry requirements to successfully undertake studies at UNSW. There is no fixed application deadline, however, as the demand for the Institute’s programs is very high, we suggest you apply at least three months before the date you intend to start your language studies. The Institute is also a test centre for English language tests such as IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC, PEAT.

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Computer Lab

UNSW provides a 24-hour postgraduate computer lab for all postgraduate students. The lab is located on the ground floor of the Library and contains both PC and Mac computers, as well as a scanner and printer (but you must provide your own paper). Swipe card access is required. Students need to request that access to the Postgraduate Computer Lab be encoded on their student cards by FM Assist on an annual basis. Additional computer access is available in the library.