Study groups

You can boost your academic performance by joining a study group, usually of students studying the same course or within the same faculty as you.

Study groups discuss and work through concepts, ideas and any confusion or problems with course material. Regular study group attendees often achieve better results.

Study groups can be self-organised or run by your faculty. An Academic Development Adviser can connect you with an appropriate study group if you need help, or you can find one yourself.

Find a study group

The easiest way to find a study group is to see which ones are already scheduled by your faculty. 

Faculty of Business and Law

For more information contact:

Julie Gerstman
Academic Development Consultant (Faculty of Business and Law)
Location: BA1101
t: +613 9214 8408
e: jgerstman@swinburne.edu.au

Faculty of Health, Arts and Design

For more information contact:

Byron Coonerty
Academic Development Adviser
Location: GS Level 2
t: +61 3 9214 5668
e: bcoonerty@swinburne.edu.au

Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology

For more information contact:

Byron Coonerty
Academic Development Adviser
Location: GS Level 2
t: +61 3 9214 5668
e: bcoonerty@swinburne.edu.au

Form your own study group

Of course, you may also want to form your own study group with friends and classmates.

This can be as simple as agreeing on a time, and booking an available study space.