Student Support Services
Student services not only provides administrative support for students but also handles many of the day-to-day enquiries about enrolment, timetables and important dates and provides help with submitting forms and other applications.
Student services responds to enquiries about fees, provides further information on government surveys and can provide support with access to other independent services which may be of value to students. To contact student services please email.
For Melbourne students:email@example.com
For Sydney students:firstname.lastname@example.org
English Language Learning Support
All APIC courses are delivered in English. If English is not your first language and you are studying on campus in Sydney or Melbourne, you can attend English workshops held at ELSIS free of charge.
Further information about the free English classes for APIC students is found on the ELSIS website: http://www.elsis.edu.au/free-workshops/
Careers and Employment Course Advice
If you are not sure which course or program suits your needs and aspirations, please contact our course advisory service to arrange a free confidential consultation. Our advisors can provide you with information to help you decide about the study pathway that best suits you.
For undergraduate courses: http://apicollege.edu.au/courses/undergraduate/
For postgraduate courses: http://apicollege.edu.au/courses/postgraduate/
Accommodation Services and Assistance with Living in Australia
2Stay Accommodation is a service that works with accommodation providers to meet the accommodation needs of students who are newly arrived in Australia. APIC students can access the service through contacting 2Stay Accommodation directly. Please visit the 2Stay Accommodation website for more information. 2Stay Accommodation can also assist you with the following:
- Arranging airport pick-ups and drop-offs (fees apply).
- General general advice about living in Australia
APIC offers a free counselling service to students. It is available on campus for Sydney students and by telephone and email for Sydney and Melbourne students. Melbourne students can also be referred to an independent counsellor. The counsellor has expertise working with international students.
The counselling service provides support for students who are experiencing difficulties such as stress and anxiety, relationship issues, financial problems and feeling unable to cope, and is completely confidential. The counsellor is there to listen and provide support which could include referral or appropriate information.
To make an appointment, please email email@example.com, or drop in to the Regent Street (Sydney) campus between 11am and 1pm on Tuesday or Thursday. Melbourne students can access this service as a telephone or online counselling service during the same hours.
For immediate support anywhere in Australia you can also contact Beyond Blue (phone, chat online and email services available). In an emergency, Lifeline provides 24-hour telephone and online chat crisis support.
APIC's campuses are accessible to students with disabilities. The College provides reasonable adjustments for students with disabilities. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a confidential consultation to assess your needs.