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What's happening on campus


Exam Timetable

Your exam timetable is available here. If you have exam time clashes, please fill out Assessment Special Consideration Application and tick Deferral of Examination box. If you have any question please contact Student Services.


Christmas Shutdown 

The Rocks Campus

Contact Centre

18th December – 22nd December Open 9am – 5pm (AEDT)
23rd December – 1st January Closed
2nd January Business as Usual (8am – 8pm AEDT)

Kent Street Annex 2018!


Summer School

Summer school is an intensive 6 weeks study period. The course is the same as a standard 12 week trimester, but delivered in a much shorter period of time.

What subjects are available?

Please be advised that there are two classes per week schedule for the subjects below. 

Study Area Mode Description

Business 

(Undergraduate)

Online

MKT101A -  Marketing Fundamentals

Business

(Postgraduate)

Online

MKTG6002 - Marketing

Hospitality Online MKT101A - Marketing Fundamentals
  • Start date: 4 Dec 2017
  • Census date: 15 Dec 2017
  • Break: 18 Dec 2017 - 2 Jan 2018
  • End date: 28 Jan 2017

View more information: Domestic Students l International Student


 


Final assessments

Muhammad Ali said, "I hated every minute of training but I said,
'Don’t quit, suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion.”

 

1. Shake it up! 

Don’t get stuck in your same old study routine, as this is where motivation drops. Study with friends, study at different times and study in different places. Keeping your surroundings and your mind fresh helps to build motivation and can create inspiration in the most unusual of places.

2. Get distracted - but own it

Distractions happen. Family phone calls, Facebook messages or one of a million other things happen. Don't freak out – own it. Tell yourself "OK, its time for a break – I’m going to take 15 minutes to do this then get back into it".

3. Eat smart = study smart

Personally, I find there are few things worse than studying on an empty stomach. To keep you motivated and charging make sure you are stocked up on good food to give you the energy. No, I don’t want to sound like your mum, but yes a piece of fruit will serve you better than a packet of lollies :)

4. Play to your strengths

Everyone learns differently, so do what works for you. Maybe you’re great at writing pages and pages of notes, maybe you like to illustrate your ideas, maybe you sort information into categories and then write a report – however, you learn, you know how you learn best, so do what you are best at. As Dr Seuss says, "be yourself, everyone else is taken”.

5. Keep your eye on the goal

Everyone has a dream, a passion or a goal – a purpose for their degree. Maybe you want to open your own business or become the next big designer. Perhaps you want to operate your own clinic or hotel. Whatever your dream, let it always be your driving force.


Your work is the best work

 

Acknowledge external sources - it's that simple. 

As you prepare your first T3 assessments, revisit the Academic Integrity Policy. 

We monitor all assessments for their honesty and integrity - and are able to identify assessments written by third-party services (known as ‘ghostwriters’). 

 

This is to make sure the marking process is fair for everyone and our students develop the ethics required to be outstanding professionals. 

Remember to submit your own work and reference the work of others. Academic misconduct has serious consequences.

 

Check out TUA | THINK Academic Integrity Policy


Real stories from your community

Check out your fellow students talking about their area of study - from around the region (Australia and New Zealand) - in our Torrens University campaign. Today we meet Sheree from MDS at Torrens. We're having a proud moment and hope you do too!

Keep an eye out for more videos over the coming weeks as we showcase your amazing community.

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Contacts


Campus Opening Hours

During the trimester:

Monday - Thursday:  7.30am to 10.00pm
Friday:  7.30am to 6.00pm

Saturday: 9.00am to 4.00pm
Sunday: Closed

During the trimester break:

Monday - Friday:  8.00am to 6.00pm
Weekend:  Closed


Customer Service Opening Hours

During the trimester:

Monday - Thursday:  7.30am to 7.30pm
Friday:  7.30am to 6.00pm

Saturday: 9.00am to 4.00pm
Sunday: Closed

During the trimester break:

Monday - Friday:  8.00am to 6.00pm
Weekend:  Closed


Contact us 

 1-5 Hickson Rd, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW 2000
  (02) 9492 3200
  APM: apmhelp@think.edu.au
  WB: wbhelp@think.edu.au
 Torrenshub.therocks@tua.edu.au