Congratulations and welcome to Melbourne
Welcome to our Virtual Ready, Set, BCom page. We have resources for you including a webinar about course planning, career pathways and student life.
Our webinar and session recordings are now available. You can also watch highlights from this event.
Find out more about Orientation here.
Our webinar includes the information below which you can jump to:
00:00-1:10 - Welcome from Dimitri
1:10-16:30 - BCom course planning
17:40-28:30 - Careers planning
29:17-52:59 - Student panel
Ready, Set, BCom Highlights
Last month we welcomed new students commencing in the Bachelor of Commerce to the Faculty of Business and Economics at Ready, Set BCom! Watch highlights of the day.
Welcome from the Deputy Dean
Here are Paul’s Top 5 Tips for starting University:
Missed Ready, Set, BCom? Watch this session on goal-setting and map out what your BCom journey could look like.
The session is presented by Warren Frehse who works as a Senior Adviser in Careers & Employability.
Our Alumni panel talk about where their BCom journey took them.
Derek Stewart graduated in 2016, Accounting and Marketing major - Enterprise Sales Manager at SANS Institute
Syed Ahsan graduated in 2013, Finance major - Deloitte Consultant
Briana Collier graduated in 2018, Marketing and Finance major - KPMG Consultant
Viv Petroff graduated in 2010, Accounting and Finance major - Vice President at Flagstaff Partners
Would you like clarification on the course rules? Are you having trouble choosing your subjects or would like to know what's expected in a tutorial? The following videos will provide you with an overview.
Do you want to learn more about Commerce? Watch our discipline videos. These videos are presented by our academics and will help you learn more about your area of study.
Useful University information
Stop 1 can connect you with the full range of student services to support your success while studying at the University.
Stop 1 offers you a range of services including
- Administrative and information services including student ID cards, fees, transcripts, scholarships and graduations.
- Enrolment services such as course planning, enrolment assistance, special consideration and student equity.
- Skills and development services including employability, global experience, academic development, and student development.
- Support services including disability, housing, financial aid and the Safer Community Program.
If you require advice or support in relation to the coronavirus, course-specific advice is now available here.
Contact Stop 1 online, via phone or in person.
Other useful links: