Student Academic & Career Success (SACS) is a part of the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Education) Portfolio and works in partnership with Faculties and Divisions across UNSW. 

SACS prepares students for future success. From the moment students enrol, through to their graduation and beyond, SACS offers them the highest level of support so they can accomplish their academic and career goals and gain employment in meaningful roles. 

We do this through the design, development, implementation and evaluation of impactful academic language; learning/study skills; career education; and local, national and global employability experiences. We take a student-centred approach to our work, ensuring our education practices are inclusive and developed through the Universal Design for Learning framework. 

Associate Professor Megan Kek

Associate Professor Megan Kek

is the Academic Director, Student Academic & Career Success

Megan is a committed educational practitioner, scholar, and leader who strives to create educational opportunities that empower students to become global citizens. She is recognised nationally and internationally for her work in student development. She researches in problem-based learning, student development, and educational environments. She publishes papers in influential journals. In 2017 she co-authored “Problem-based Learning into the Future: Imagining an Agile PBL Ecology for Learning” published by Springer Nature.