Want to keep up to date with what’s happening in your Faculty and around the Uni?
There are two newsletters that the Faculty of Science sends out to students:
- BSc News is sent fortnightly during semester to undergraduate students.
- Graduate Science News is sent monthly throughout the year to graduate students.
Each newsletter contains events, workshops, scholarships, jobs, tips, opportunities, and lots more. All current students are already included in the mailing list.
Subscribe to Newsletters
To subscribe to the BSc or Graduate Science newsletters, please complete our online subscription form.
NB: All students are automatically subscribed to either the BSc or Graduate Science newsletters and do not need to complete this form.
Guidelines to submitting news items
The Faculty of Science welcomes submissions of news items from university staff. All submissions should be relevant to the student cohort and may include events such as info sessions, expos, student events like lunches/bbqs, services to students, workshops, and application deadlines for scholarships/courses. We cannot accept commercial advertising, promotional and sales material as news items. Each submission is screened to ensure that it is concise, factual, and appropriate for the relevant cohort. Emotive or controversial language and statements will be removed. Submissions are checked for spelling, grammar and clarity. Minor edits may be carried out.
Submissions are limited to 75 words. If the notice requires significant editing, the author may be contacted and asked to rewrite the notice or to provide further information.
Submission deadlines are in place to ensure newsletters are sent in a timely fashion. The newsletter schedule and submission deadlines can be viewed here. Please note that this document should act as a guide and the dates provided are indicative and potentially subject to change.
Submit a news item
To submit a news item for either BSc News or Graduate Science News, please use the Faculty of Science newsletters submission form.
Graduate Science News