Student Support Services

The University provides a number of services for students. These services are provided to help you study, by providing training in study skills, language support and counselling for general problems. You should make the most of these and other services available to you.

Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Where can I find out more information on further study in the school of psychological sciences?

    Please see our future student website for course details and applicant information:

    Future Students (link)

    For information on the School's upcoming events please visit our News & Events page

    School News (link)

  • How do I contact the School to apply for outgoing exchange or to study abroad?

    Students can apply for outgoing exchange and study abroad via the appropriate online form:

    Student Forms (link)

    For more information about the application process please visit the study abroad webpage or contact the School directly via email:

    Email Us

  • How do I find information on Special Consideration and Extensions?

    Information on special consideration eligibility and application processes can be found here

    Apply for Special Consideration (link)

    If you are applying for an extension of up to 10 business days from the assessment deadline please see a link to our extension application here

    Student Forms (link)

  • Where is the Psychological Sciences front desk allocated?

    The general enquiries front desk for the Melbourne School of Psychological Services is located at Parkville, on Level 12 of the Redmond Barry Building

    Campus Map (link)

  • Where should I go for advice on administrative processes such as course withdrawal, enrolment, course advice and guidance?

    Stop 1 is the home of student services online, on the phone and in person. As a student, Stop 1 can help you with admissions, enrolment, course planning, administration, support services and skills and development. Visit the Stop 1 website to receive the latest updates, announcements and reminders.

    Stop 1 (link)