Student resources

Your Program Convenor is here to help you if you've got an issue with a course or progressing through your program.

Your Program Advisor can help you ensure that you are following the requirements and structure of the degree program.

UON Program Advisors and Program Convenors:

The academic performance of each student enrolled in a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), Bachelor of Surveying (Honours), or a Bachelor of Construction Management (Building) (Honours) program, offered by the Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, is measured by reference to a cumulative Weighted Average Mark (WAM).

The final cumulative WAM determines the level of Honours awarded to students, based upon successful completion of their award.

Please refer to the Bachelor Honours Policy for further detailed information.

The role of SACO is to provide guidance to students and staff regarding academic misconduct issues such as plagiarism, collusions, or any submission and assignment issues. SACOs are guided by the provisions of the Student Academic Integrity Policy and Student Academic Integrity Procedure.

If there is a suspected academic misconduct case, it will be referred to the SACO in order to resolve the issue.

Students will receive an email regarding UON’s academic integrity module. Completing this online module will help you to be familiar with all of the student academic misconduct issues.

The Faculty librarian can advise on the best strategies for accessing information efficiently and effectively and can also provide advice on literature searches, research techniques and training in the use of online resources.

If you're an international student, your school has a member of academic staff who can help you out. The International Student Mentors provide general support and to assist with matters related with your academic progress.

Architecture and Built Environment - Dr Michael Mak

Electrical Engineering and Computing - Prof Pablo Moscato

Engineering - Dr Olivier Buzzi

There are many options available to students who would like to add a bit of international experience to their degree. To find out how you can spend a semester abroad or travel during your semester break at one of over 120 partner institutions, while getting credit for your degree, visit the study abroad website. You can also study abroad for your industrial experience.

Global Engineering Education Exchange

Global E³ is an International partnership agreement that enables University of Newcastle's engineering students to venture abroad with a scholarship to a multitude of distinguished universities in Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and the United States, while potentially earning academic credit towards their degree. Find out more.

Faculty & School Offices

Faculty Services Centre
EF Building Room 105
Open Monday to Friday: 9am-5pm
Email | +61 2 4921 6025

School of Architecture and Built Environment
Architecture (A) Building Room 102
Open Monday to Friday: 9am-5pm
Email | +61 2 4921 5771

School of Electrical Engineering and Computing
ICT Building Room 3.07
Open Monday to Friday: 8.30am-4.30pm
Email | +61 2 4921 6026

School of Engineering
ES Building Room 408
Open Monday to Friday: 9am-5pm
Email | +61 2 4921 5798

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