- Computer Services
- Course Outlines
- Grades and Results
- International Students
- Student Loans
- Student Services
- Style Guide
Blackboard is the web-based teaching and learning system used by many of our courses.
To log into Blackboard, visit the myVictoria website. Log in with your username and password, then click on the Blackboard link. Your username is on your Confirmation of Study. Your initial password is your student ID number.
When you are in Blackboard, you will see all courses that are currently available to you under the heading My Courses. Click on the course link to go to the course website. Please note that not all courses are in Blackboard. If a course is not appearing for you in Blackboard, check with your course coordinator to make sure that your course is using Blackboard.
Information Technology Services (ITS) provides all enrolled students with access to electronic resources which are accessible on- and off-campus using myVictoria, the student portal. The website provides secure access to:
- Student email
- Workspace (an allocated space for storage of personal files)
- Blackboard (an online teaching and learning tool)
- Student Records (to check your fees, update contact details, view grades and check your timetable)
- Library Resources (via Te Waharoa) and Databases
Computing facilities are located at all campuses and within the libraries. CyberConnect computers are located at various spots around campus, including outside main lecture theatres and in cafes.
ITS Help Desks are located on Level 2 of the Central Library on Kelburn Campus, in the Commerce Library on Level 2 of Railway West Wing on Pipitea Campus, at the Law Library in the Old Government Buildings on Pipitea Campus, and in the Waghorn Building on Karori Campus. Support is available for students with disabilities through Disability Services.
A computer lab for Professional Programmes students is located on Level 1 of Rutherford House, Pipitea Campus. Please email the School Administration staff for the room number and door code.
Course Outlines are a valuable source of information about your course, including when and where your lectures and any tutorial sessions will be held, information on lecture subjects and the structure of your course, and information on your assessments.
Course outlines from previous years can be downloaded from the Victoria Business School (Faculty of Commerce) website. Undergraduate, Honours, Master's by Thesis and Doctorate courses are listed as PUBL (Public Policy). Professional Programmes courses are listed as GOVT (Public Management and Public Policy) and EGOV (e-Government).
Various administrative forms can be found on the Victoria Business School (Faculty of Commerce) website, including:
- Application for Academic Transcript
- Application for Fee Reconsideration
- Application for Advanced Graduation
- Application for Return of Examination Script
Grades are accessible online via the Student Records database.
To log into Student Records, visit the myVictoria website. Log in with your username and password, then click on the Student Records link. Your username is on your Confirmation of Study. Your initial password is your student ID number. If you have difficulty logging in or if you need to reset your password, please contact the ITS Help Desk.
If you would like to request an official transcript, please visit the Victoria Business School (Faculty of Commerce) website for a request form.
Victoria International is the first point of contact for all international students thinking about study at Victoria. Visit their website for all of the latest information on the University's degrees, fees, admission requirements, international scholarships, student visas and other support. All applications must be sent direct to Victoria International.
Library facilities are available in the Rankine Brown Building on Kelburn Campus and in the Railway West Wing and the Old Government Buildings on Pipitea Campus. Full details including Library hours can be found at the Library website.
You may be eligible for a Student Loan to finance your study. Contact Studylink for more information. Arranging for a Student Loan can sometimes take up to six weeks, so apply as soon as possible.
Student Services provides a range of services to all students to help you make the most of your time at University. Services include:
- Student Counselling
- Disability Services
- Financial Support and Advice
- Student Health
- Te Pūtahi Atawhai
- Student Learning
Please visit the Student Services website for a full list of services.
This guide was compiled by Associate Professor Bill Ryan, and provides a general overview of expectations and guidance in preparing assignments for Post Experience courses.
Some courses may have specific requirements relating to assessments. If you have any questions about format or submission method, check your course outline or contact your course coordinator.
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