You are officially a student of CHS once you have enrolled in the units for the trimester under consideration, regardless of whether you are a new or a continuing student. For overseas students, please ensure that you enrol as a full-time student in the correct unit (s) of study and ensure all your details are correct. Your proof of enrolment is the evidence to show that you have maintained your enrolment as part of your student visa condition. If you are an overseas student, attending the Orientation Session is the first step in your enrolment.
Please follow the process to ensure your enrolment is confirmed at the College of Health Sciences:
The orientation session is designed to ensure you are well equipped with all the information you need to know to be successful in your studies. There is a wealth of information which you need to read and understand as you progress through your studies. The orientation session will help you to settle into your new study environment and learn more about points of contact in different situations and various sources of key information.
The orientation program for both International and Domestic students, broadly covers the following:
|Welcome & Introduction
|Enrolment Process & Procedure
|Visa Regulations (international students)
|Living & Working in Australia (international students)
|Information on Counselling & Career Services
|Student Support Services
|Learning Support Services
|Overseas Student Health Cover (international students)
|Health & Safety
Important: Please arrange to arrive at least 2 weeks prior to your course commencement to ensure your attendance in the Orientation Program. Attending the Orientation Program is compulsory for all International Students.