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ReMINDer Resource Kit for International Students

Want to know the day to day information about living in Melbourne such as “How does the public transport work?” or “When do the shops close?” Thankfully the Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health (MCWH) have teamed up with two international students to help you find the answers. Tiffany and Yan from Monash University worked with MCWH to develop…

Everything you need to know about working in Melbourne, Victoria

Like many international students, you may get a part time or casual job to help pay your living expenses while you study in Australia. International students can work up to 40 hours per fortnight while they are studying, and can work full time during their semester breaks.   Everyone who works in Australia has the…

FAQ: I’m about to live in a share house for the first time. Any tips?

Renting with other people is great for sharing costs, experiences and learning to live with others. Because you will be sharing a lot of time with your housemates, it is important to choose people you think you get along with. Check the student accommodation services at your university or college. They may have a list…

FAQ: I’m thinking about studying in Melbourne. What should I do next?

With so many courses on offer, you’ll need to narrow down your study options by looking at what is important to you. The general process is: Select your course, Apply via your chosen institution or an Australian education agent, Process your application, Apply for a visa Before identifying the course for you, ask yourself: Does…