Student Support

It can be intimidating to begin your studies in Australia. Camden College offers a number of support services to help you succeed. This includes a dedicated International Advisory and Support staff that can assist you in integrating into the university community, whether you are studying in Australia or from another country.

We can assist you with the following areas: 

  • Lodging and transportation know-how
  • Adjusting into Australian life and enrolling at Camden College
  • General health and personal issues that may interfere with your ability to study
  • Finding work and jobs based on your qualifications, experience, and desired job criteria

STUDENT INFO

You can easily apply for Camden College courses by contacting us directly or via filling in the online contact information Application Pack that contains the Application form and the relevant course and policy information will be sent to you.

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email admin@camdencollege.edu.au for a quick response. Click here to learn more.

Information will be updated soon.

Information will be updated soon.

LIFE IN AUSTRALIA

There are pleny of ways for you to explore Brisbane. Queensland has great public transport networks including buses, trains, trams and ferries. Riding a bike is a great way to get around Brisbane. It’s very convenient and inexpensive. If you are going to drive in Queensland, you can apply for a Queensland drivers licence in Australia or you can bring an English translated international driver’s licence. There are useful website links below.

There are different types of accommodation options in Brisbane. The accommodation type you choose will depend on your budget, what type of living you prefer, and what facilities you need.

There are useful website links below.

If you are looking for casual and entry-level jobs, you can easily find them in local newspapers or on community noticeboards. Also you can search for available jobs online.

There are useful website links below.

Our International Student Advisors provide one-on-one assistance, guidance, and information on topics that may impact your life in Australia and your studies at Camden College. We work hand in hand with Multicultural Australia to provide our international students’ personal support, advice, and useful information living here in Australia.  

They assist students with settling into their new life, forming community relationships, locating work and study options, learning new skills, and establishing a sense of belonging.

Place to visit

Brisbane is the popular destination for international tourists in Australia. Check out Visit Brisbane website. There are a plenty of exciting things to enjoy Brisbane.

The Gold Coast is a metropolitan region south of Brisbane on Australia’s east coast. It’s famous of beautiful sandy beaches, one of the best surfing spots in the world.

Check out Destination Gold Coast website.

 

Check out Australia’s #1 Theme Park.

Are you looking forward to seeing Kangaroos, Koalas and Wombats?

Here is the place you can meet Australia’s adorable native animals.

https://www.australiazoo.com.au/

 

Safety

In an emergency, call Triple Zero (000) and ask for  ambulance, fire brigade, and police services. 

Brisbane is a safe city but you should remember it can be dangerous anywhere. Keep in mind to stay out of risks.

There are tips from Brisbane City Council.

https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/community-and-safety/community-safety/personal-safety

Beaches in Australia are wonderful and beautiful and it can be unexpectedly dangerous. You should know about Beach flags and warning signs.

https://beachsafe.org.au/surf-safety/flags-and-signs
For more tips for beach, visit the Surf Life Saving Queensland.

In Australia, all international students must have health insurance for duration of their studies.

If you’re sick and it’s not emergency situation, generally, you are going to visit a GP (General Practitioner) at medial centre. It would be good to search a GP in your area in advance.

If you need help for your mental health, you can speak to a GP who can refer you to mental healthcare professionals. 

FOR ASSISTANCE, CALL STUDENT SUPPORT

(07) 3172 2811

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