This page contains information specific to students studying with Flinders Business in the College of Business, Government and Law.

View Flinders' current student information for everything else.

Information for research higher degree candidates.

Semester 2, 2018 New Student Orientation Resources

Visit our undergraduate and postgraduate student orientation pages to view our semester one orientation event recordings, powerpoint slides and other essential information including the Flinders Business Online Induction Orientation and Skills FLO site to have a great start to your year.

Study plans and online topics

We have created study plans for our courses so you know what to study, and when. In addition you may view a list of available online undergraduate topics for 2018.

View your study plan

Flinders Business online topic options 2018

Flinders Business Student Handbooks 2018

Our 2018 Undergraduate and Postgraduate student handbooks will assist you throughout your studies and will provide you with vital information about:

  • Courses and topics
  • Important dates
  • Flinders Business staff contacts
  • Student support services and facilities
  • Strategies for success

Need a tutor to help with your studies?

Our Tutors in Residence program can provide academic assistance when you study a degree with Flinders Business.

Download a copy of our Semester 2 2018 Tutors in Residence Program flyer (PDF 701KB) for more information and to book in to see one of our Tutors.

Extra assistance is also available from the Student Learning Centre (SLC), including a Learning Lounge, study guides, referencing help, text matching software, study links, pronunciation, computing support, English Language support programs, Research Seminar Series, Academic Preparation Program. Visit the SLC website for more information.

Mentoring for new students

If you are a new student with Flinders Business, we have designed a mentoring program (FBS Connect) to help you settle into your studies.

More information about FBS Connect

Student placements and projects - Work Integrated Learning

Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is where you do an industry placement or project related to your studies. This will give you a real opportunity to gain relevant  experience, put theory into practise and help guide your career choices.

An industry placement normally happens when you've done about half of your degree. You're expected to complete a minumum of 150 hours of work experience in a professional workplace in a relevant industry sector. This can be spread over the semester (two days a week), during semester breaks or by arrangement.

Find out more information about Work Integrated Learning here.

Newsletters

Catch up on all the latest Flinders Business news and activities.

Flinders Business staff

If you need to contact a staff member at Flinders Business, here are their details.

Student facilities

This handly information sheet outlines facilities and amenities available to you in the College of Business, Government and Law.

Find out where study spaces with computers are, computer labs, how to book rooms in the central library, where the kitchenette is, and other things to make your life easier as a student here.

Read all about student facilities in your College (PDF).

Careers

Flinders CareerHub is the online platform to help you find and get the job you want. It's your one stop shop which offers you personalised job opportunities, access to employer events and career related resources.

It's as simple as logging in to get 24/7 access to your online careers support from the Flinders University Careers and Employability Service.