UTS: ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
STUDENT GUIDE AUTUMN 2012
WHERE CREATIVITY MEETS TECHNOLOGY
Welcome from the Dean of Engineering and Information Technology Professor Hung Nguyen For students new to the Faculty, we extend a very warm welcome to you; and for continuing students, welcome back. My colleagues and I in the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology are here to help you from your very first day of enrolment right through to the day of your graduation. Between these two end-points of your stay with us, you will have many questions and probably need help from various people. This student guide is intended to answer the vast majority of your questions or at least point you in the right direction. Please read it, keep it handy and refer back to it throughout the year. I wish you every success in your studies and future career.
STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES Academic Programs Office (APO) Students may be referred to the APO by Student Centres to resolve academic or administrative matters. They are located in Building 2, Level 7. Engineering and IT Societies These societies offer a chance to follow your interest, to enjoy the social side of university life, and also to meet people in later stages and other areas of the faculty. UTS Engineering Society - www.engsoc.org.au Engineers Without Borders Australia - http://www.facebook.com/groups/utsewb/?ref=ts http://www.ewb.org.au/ UTS Robotics Society - www.facebook.com/pages/UTS-Robotics-society250113568372437 Bachelor of Information Technology Group (BIG) - www.utsbig.com.au ProgSoc (The Programmers’ Society) - www.progsoc.uts.edu.au/wiki/index.php/Main_Page Equity and Diversity Programs Services available to students concerning access, grievances, disability, language difficulties, and other related issues www.equity.uts.edu.au/index.html Indigenous Students (Jumbunna) The student support section in Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning offers a range of services to all Indigenous students enrolled at UTS. There are also useful online resources which can be accessed from their website. http://www.jumbunna.uts.edu.au/students/index.html Industry Partnering Unit (IPU) FEIT IPU is located in Building 2, Level 7. IPU manages Engineering and IT industry scholarships and internship programs. More information is available on the student intranet, MyFEIT: http://my.feit.uts. edu.au Engineering students can use the I2MS system to assist in securing internships. https://support.eng.uts.edu.au/i2ms/ Need help: email firstname.lastname@example.org Alternatively, contact the Industry Liaison Manager on 9514 2381 or the Industry Partnering Officer on 9514 2026. IT students can contact the Industry Liaison Manager on 9514 4301 or the Diploma of IT Professional Practice Course Coordinator on 9514 4550 Information for Current Students This UTS site provides links to various services and information at the university to help manage coursework. http://www.uts.edu.au/students/index.html Safety & Security You should familiarise yourself with the university procedures on safety, security, first aid and accident/hazard reporting. This information is available on the UTS Safety and Wellbeing website www.ehs.uts.edu.au. A personal safety and security guide is available at http://www.safetyandwellbeing.uts.edu.au/guide/guide_for_students_and_staff.pdf Students Association (SA) The officially recognised voice of the students at UTS. The SA provides essential representation for all UTS students on an individual, university and government level. You can get involved in a range of ways: through elections, committees, collectives and campaigns. If you are accused of academic or non-academic misconduct, you can seek the advice of the students association. They may also arrange for someone to help represent you at any hearings that you may be asked to attend. http://www.sa.uts.edu.au/
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