A full-time, highly experienced, campus based Learning Support Officer (LSO) will be available to provide guidance and support to all students throughout their course.

An On-Campus Lecturer will also be available to students during classroom contact hours and after class via email, phone, SKYPE and face-to-face meetings during campus hours.

EIT provides the following support services to assist students with their learning:

  • Academic support
  • ICT support 
  • English Language Support
  • Personal Support for financial and personal issues, including referral to external support services such as counsellors, as needed.

EIT offers extensive support to CRICOS students in acknowledgement of the challenges faced studying abroad, including:

  • Orientation Program - information on relevant Australian regulations, transport, health, banking and postal services and available recreational activities.
  • Accommodation - EIT provides free advice on locating appropriate and convenient home-stays, rental accommodation and temporary short term lodging such as hostels or serviced apartments.
  • Employment - CRICOS students can apply for permission to work up to 20 hours per week, provided it does not interfere with their studies.

Further details of support services are provided in EIT's Student Support Procedure. Students can contact their Learning Support Officer to access any student support services and are encouraged to discuss their individual support needs with EIT prior to enrolling and at any time throughout their studies. 

 

 

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