Student Support Services Policy
The training manager, student contact officer, teaching staff and administrative staff of the College are available to provide general advice and assistance with matter such as studying, homework, accommodation, English language problems. Students requiring special or intensive assistance must contact the training manager or the student contact officer who may refer them to external support services, if required. The College will not charge for support services it provides for referring students to external support services. However, students will have to pay any fees charged by external support services that they use.
These services include but are not limited to:
A free service is available to students. Students who wish to take advantage of this service should see their Course Co-ordinator. In particular, help is available with time management, assignment preparation, referencing and bibliographies, writing reports, reading skills, numeracy skills, giving presentations, library research and note taking. Students are also encouraged to seek assistance from their individual teachers and Course Co-ordinator with all aspects of their studies to ensure successful completion of the course.
Help with oral and written English expression, reading comprehension and listening is available on an individual basis or as a part of a small group.
Students are given the opportunity to participate in a range of social activities organised by College.
Regular workshops are run to assist students with career planning, interview preparation, resume writing, personal development, work experience and market information.
Help is provided to students to select from the various housing options available to international students in Melbourne.
Murray College of Health Education provided students with the range of facilities to enhance and support their learning experiences.
- Computer and Internet access
- Student Common Room
- Spacious air-conditioned classroom with modern technological capabilities
- Library access
- Current research based learning materials and learner friendly resources
- Fully functional massage clinic
Murray College of Health Education will support students throughout the duration of their course. Students are encouraged to ask to help so that they can assimilate and adjust to their new learning environment and life in Australia. Some of range of services we Provide include assistance with:
- Living in Australia
- Application and enrolment
- Seeking Work
- Student accommodation
- Airport reception
- Language and literacy support
- Social Inclusion activities>
- Academic and Career advice
- Sport and recreational clubs
- IT Support
- Academic Study and Skill Support
- Social inclusion Activities
- Student Learning Assistance
- Free referral to local community, health, financial, legal, migration or other services, may be charged by external agencies.
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