General Information and Resources

General Info

The International portfolio supports students by providing key information as well as social and educational events.  This portfolio helps:

·      International students acclimate to life in Australia and understand the hurdles in finding employment in Australia;

·      All students interested in international law; and

·      All students interested in employment abroad.

For any international student issues and inquires, please contact the International Officer:

L: SULS Office, Room 103, New Law Building.

E: international@suls.org.au

 

External Resources

International Office

The International Office provides resources to international students regarding administrative services such as application information, admissions, enrolment queries, and tuition. The international office also coordinates student exchanges and study abroad programs.

L: The International Student Office, Level 4, Jane Foss Russell Building.

E:ioinfo@sydney.edu.au
P: 1021 8627 8300

 

International Student Advisors

International student advisers provide guidance on student visas, scholarships and academic progression.

W:http://sydney.edu.au/current_students/student_services/international_student_advisers.shtml

E: io.studentadvisers@sydney.edu.au

 

Redfern Legal Centre – International Student Advice Clinic

The Redfern Legal Centre (RIC) is a non-profit organization with a main purpose of supporting disadvantaged Sydney residents. To support social justice, the RIC offers a range of services such as free legal advice as well as a volunteer program comprising University students. For more information, please contact the Redfern Legal Centre directly.

L: 73 Pitt Street, Redfern.

W: www.rlc.org.au

W: Volunteer Program: http://rlc.org.au/volunteer.html

E: info@rlc.org.au

P: 02 9698 7277

 

International Student Hotline (Deewr)

The International Student Hotline is a government service where international students can anonymously express their concerns regarding international issues. The concerns are collected and openly published online by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Regulations (DEEWR).

W: http://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

P: 1300 363 079