Wednesday 11 April 5:30 – 7:00pm – networking event for members and your colleagues
Join us for a post-work get-together to catch up on news and speak to sector representatives. For this first 2018 event we will meet at the MLC Centre Sydney, right by Martin Place Station. Details to follow soon.
Tuesday 1 May – half day PD session: under 18 students
This session will focus on case study examples of best practice policies and guidelines for under 18 students. We will review in consideration of the National Code 2018. Details to follow soon.
Coming Soon! – half-day PD session: international student mental health & staff self-care
This session will cover:
What support services does your institution have for international students
This is a gentle reminder that the 29th ISANA International Education Association Conference will be held at the Sydney Masonic Centre, New South Wales on 4 – 7 December 2018.
The theme for the conference is ‘Educate and collaborate: Inclusive practices to enable international students’.
The Program Committee invites you to submit an abstract for presentation. This is an opportunity for you and your colleagues to participate in sharing best practice initiatives and contribute to the success of this national event.
strengthening connections with the local community
nurturing our connections with global alumni.
These actions all aim to sustain Sydney’s position as a leading education destination in Australia and across the globe.
We would like to hear from people in the tertiary international education sector including students, alumni, education providers, support services, supporting businesses, accommodation providers education agents and residents.
Your feedback will help shape a collaborative plan and help provide a harmonious experience to international students.
International students in NSW can get advice about housing problems, fines, debts, car accidents, employment, discrimination, family law, domestic violence, and complaints about colleges or universities. We can also advise how these problems affect student visas.
How to access this service
Call us on (02) 9698 7645. Advice is by appointment on a Wednesday evening, either in person, by phone or using video-link up.
To call us using a free telephone interpreter, call the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450.
Please note that we can make arrangements to advise students living anywhere in NSW.
Book now for a space at our April workshop presented by the Overseas Students Ombudsman. The workshop will cover the essential information about student complaints for those who work with international students. More info here.