Resources for International Students
Your first point of contact for any issues regarding your student administration as an international student will be International Services:
Level 4, Jane Foss Russell Building
City Road (between the Wentworth & Wilkinson Buildings)
NSW 2008 Australia
(open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm)
Phone: +61 2 8627 8300
Fax: +61 2 8627 8387
Furthermore, international students are welcome to consult with International Student Advisers, who provide support to international students related to student visas and academic progression. You can arrange to meet with them one-on-one or ask questions by email or telephone. Contact the ISAs if you need a new eCOE (electronic Confirmation of Enrolment) to renew an expiring student visa:
International Student Advisers
Phone: +61 2 8627 8300
Information about your student visa can be found on the Student Visas webpage of the University’s Student Administration site.
Other useful online resources are listed as follows:
- Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP)
- Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)
- Education Services for Overseas Students Act (ESOS)
- Tuition Protection Service (TPS)
Living in Australia
Take a look at these helpful online resources to assist you settle in Australia.
The following videos contain advice for international students looking for work:
International Student Series: Finding Work Using Your Networks
Part one of the Careers Centre's "International Student Series". This video focuses on the importance of networking when looking for jobs, and how keeping an open mind and talking to people can lead from casual work to full time employment.
International Student Series: Job Search Strategies – Use Your Networks
Part two of the Careers Centre's "International Student Series". This video focuses on job search strategies, and the help available to students on campus. The key point to remember is to be proactive, talk to people and use your networks.
International Student Series: Improving Your Communication Skills
Part three of the Careers Centre's "International Student Series". Having good communication skills is key to finding employment in Australia. Identify your weaknesses and work on them.