International students are an integral part of our community. These are some of the ways we help you succeed academically and personally.
We care about your success and welfare, and have several programs to help you to achieve your academic potential. There are free workshops, study tips, online workshops and tuition options available to strengthen your study and academic writing skills. The library also provides a range of services to support your study success.
You can sign up for peer mentoring, where you'll be paired with a senior-year student who will show you around campus and give you all the information you need to start the year on the right foot.
Our team of compliance officers are here to help you with basic issues related to your student visa and your general academic progression. They will send you a regular newsletter with reminders about visa conditions and important dates, and can also answer any questions you might have or point you to relevant support services. Find out more about the support our compliance team provides.
Or read about how to obtain your student visa.
Your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) provides access to the University Health Service and public hospitals in Australia (waiting periods apply for some health treatments). We provide extensive health services for students on campus, including:
Find out more about the University's health services.
You can also stay active with Sydney Uni Health and Fitness (SUSF), with two health and fitness centres and lunchtime social sport.
There are several student organisations that represent your interests on campus:
Whether you're looking for part-time work while you're studying, or are seeking to build a career in Australia or overseas, we can help you get started with a range of services tailored for international students. Find out more.
There are a many things to consider before you move to Australia, and a lot to do once you get here. We have extensive advice on:
Find out everything you need to know if you are new to Sydney.