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- The Study Melbourne Student Centre is more than space to meet and study
- We offer services for students in a range of situations
The first of its kind in Australia, the Study Melbourne Student Centre provides information, referral and practical support for all international students in Victoria.
At the centre find information and help in addition to the help you can find at your university, college or school.
A welcoming place for students
We are in a welcoming city location in Melbourne where you can study, and use our free facilities such as Wi-Fi, printing and computers.
The Study Melbourne Student Centre can offer help in languages other than English. We have caseworkers who can help in many situations. We provide interpreting services for free.
At teh Study Melbourne Student centre we provide general information and help with accommodation, health, employment and legal problems.
We can also help international students to access services in the community.
International students in urgent situations
We can help with information and help to find the right service for students in crisis. We may also be able to provide casework support and practical help.
Study Melbourne meet-ups
Our meet-ups are free monthly events and activities, connecting you to community events in Victoria.
Resume checking service
Drop in to the Study Melbourne Student Centre and an experienced professional can check your resume.
No appointments are required, but come early to avoid disappointment. We offer this service every Tuesday from 2pm to 4 pm.
Free legal advice about workplace rights
The International Students Work Rights Legal Service offers free, confidential and independent legal advice for international students with work problems (excluding migration).
Our lawyers are available every Thursday at the Study Melbourne Student Centre
To make an appointment email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1800 056 449 (free call from landlines)
For more information visit the International Students Workrights Legal Service page on the International Students Workrights Legal Service Facebook page.