- Peer mentor
Experienced Deakin students are trained to help other students, whether students want academic, practical or social support. Mentoring programs and information can be found in the Students Helping Students Hub.
- Student Life
Student Life staff know what students need to be a successful student at Deakin and have tailored services to help achieve this. Services include accommodation, counselling, career planning, childcare, employment and volunteering opportunities, medical centres, international student support, multi-faith chaplaincy, fitness clubs and study skills.To find out more go to the Student Life website.
- Exchange programs
Deakin has a number of exchange programs for students to study overseas, whether coming from overseas to study at Deakin or a Deakin student heading overseas to study.\n
If you want to study at Deakin as an exchange or study abroad student in Australia, find out more at our study abroad and exchange website.\nIf you are a Deakin student wanting to study overseas, find out more at our Deakin Abroad website.
- Overseas study
Deakin has a number of exchange programs for students to study overseas, whether coming from overseas to study at Deakin or a Deakin student heading overseas to study.
If you want to study at Deakin as an exchange or study abroad student in Australia, find out more at our study abroad and exchange website.If you are a Deakin student wanting to study overseas, find out more at our Deakin Abroad website.
- Study abroad
At Deakin students can take part in overseas exchange, study abroad, international internship or volunteering opportunities. Study overseas can be for a few weeks, a trimester or a year as part of a degree.
T: 03 9244 6963Studying or go directly to Deakin Abroad.
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- Clubs and Societies
Clubs are a great way to meet people and get involved. DUSA supports over 120 clubs and societies across all Deakin campuses. Clubs and societies cover diverse interests including Faculty, sporting, social and cultural clubs and there are also discipline-based clubs and societies within Faculties, Schools and courses/units. Search the DUSA website or visit the DUSA office on campus for more information.Find out more at DeakinSync under Get Started or Get Involved or go directly to the Get involved website.
- Trips and tours
Each year, Deakin University Student Association puts together a wide range of affordable trips and tours which cater for a variety of interests. Discounts for DUSA members and priority bookings apply. For more information about upcoming trips and tours, check the DUSA events webpage.
- Deakins Elite Athlete Friendly University
Deakin is a member of the Elite Athlete Friendly University (EAFU) network. The network consists of the Australian Institute of Sport and State Based Institute of Sport and five professional sports.
Deakin has signed an agreement with the Australian Sports Commission to support the integration of Australian elite athletes sporting and academic aspirations. Deakin, as one of Australia foremost sport universities, is dedicated to supporting elite athletes in their quest to integrate academic success with the demands of training and competition.
The agreement can allow some flexibility for athletes whilst studying at Deakin. The EAFU agreement provides a specific definition of an elite athlete. Financial support may also be available through DUSA via the Elite Athlete Grant program.Find out more on the Elite Athlete Friendly University program website.
- Get involved
There are many ways to get involved in the Deakin Community.Find out more at DeakinSync under 'Get Involved' or 'Get Started' or go to the Get involved website.