COVID – 19 and Beyond for International Students
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NSW Police and CISA
2018 – the NSW Police in partnership with the Council of International Students Australia (CISA) completed a Study NSW co-funded Partner Project to create safety videos for international students studying in NSW. There is one longer video which is also available in 13 segmented videos available in 9 languages (subtitles). The videos cover topics such as identifying police in NSW, reporting crime, beach safety, alcohol, road safety, domestic and family violence and personal safety.
- The videos are available for you to download here
- The videos are also available on the NSW Police YouTube channel
Life as an international student can be difficult at times. It’s OK to ask for help.
www.ishelp.org.au is a free legal information resource for international students living in Victoria that can help you you know what to do and where to get help for legal problems connected to where you work, live and study. Share it with your friends to help others!
Complaints and Appeals
Australian Student Visa
International Student rental report Bassina Farbenblum author
Videos available in 13 languages…
In order to assist students in their decision-making on accommodation, ISANA invited international students to create videos showcasing different types of accommodation, with the aim of helping other students to make informed choices.
Fair Work Ombudsman’s Fast Food, Restaurants and Cafes (FRAC) Strategy
New online interactive infographics for people covered by the Fast Food Industry Award 2010 and the Restaurant Industry Award 2010. They provide tailored information on a range of topics including:
- Hours of work
Fast Food Award 2010
Restaurant Award 2010
International Student Centres / Hubs
Queensland / Brisbane: ‘The Edge’ at the State Library is the home of the Brisbane Student Hub. It is a great drop in and work space for international students to use. Students can access help in the form of information, advice and referrals on healthcare, employment, budget management, accommodation and legal services, as well as connecting students to local events and activities.
The Hub is open between 12-5pm on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday or by appointment from Monday and Fridaybetween 9am-5pm. The website for more information is: https://mdaltd.org.au/