Study skills

Students are required to attend as many Engineering Essentials workshops as their timetable will allow. The workshops are designed to prepare you for the rigorous academic requirements at Monash Engineering.

You might also like to check out these non-compulsory yet high useful study workshops and resources:

PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions)

PASS runs support classes for particularly difficult units in first year Engineering. The sessions are free, and student-run to provide extra unit-specific and responsive support for all students - not just those who are struggling.

Find out more about the PASS Program here, or see what Engineering units PASS supports here.

Online and print resources are available to help you develop the skills you need to succeed in your studies in engineering; you can access them at the Language and Learning Online Website, or via the Orientation Moodle Page. Also, don't forget to check the library website for details on study resources and workshops available throughout the semester, as well as drop-in sessions for individual help with a librarian or learning skills adviser in the Hargrave-Andrew Library (HAL).

Achieving Success at Monash moodle page

The Achieving Success at Monash moodle page includes interviews and testimonials from current Monash students about all kinds of important things, from study skills to unit guides to cross-cultural competence, and will give you an idea of what studying at Monash is like from a student's perspective.