Orientation

Welcome to Martin Higher Education! As you are about to join us for an exciting learning experience we want to make your transition to becoming a Martin Higher Education student as smooth as possible.

To help you here is information about:

  • What to expect on your first day
  • What you need to do before coming to Martin Higher Education
  • Information about the courses you will be taking

Orientation

Your orientation commences on the Friday prior to the course start date.

It is essential that attend all orientation sessions for your course. These sessions provide valuable information about your degree and also let you meet your lecturers and other students, as well as getting to know your way around the campus.


Classes

Martin Higher Education attracts students from all over the world. Students come from Europe, South America, Japan, Korea and a range of other countries. For any student who plans an international career when they graduate, this is a great opportunity to experience life in an internationalised environment.


Textbooks

You will need to allow for the cost of textbooks if you want to purchase textbooks for your course. For some courses you may be able to purchase second-hand books from former students at a lower cost. The textbooks are also available in the library, but demand for these is high and you cannot expect to be able to use only the library copy of the text.


Learning Management System

As a progressive educational institution, Martin Higher Education makes much of its teaching material available via ta Learning Management System (LMS) called Moodle. You will receive your student password for Moodle during orientation sessions. 


Timetable

You will receive a personalised timetable at the orientation sessions - so it's essential that you attend!

You will need to be prepared to attend classes during the week.  The actual times you will be required to attend class will be given to you in your timetable when you start.


Policies

Please make sure you are familiar with: