It’s important that you keep in touch with your education provider.
On Sunday 22 March, the Premier announced additional steps to combat the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), including bringing forward the school holidays in Victoria to start from Tuesday 24 March.
Early childhood education and care services, TAFE and training providers currently remain open. Many universities, TAFEs and training providers are transitioning to remote learning models to meet physical distancing requirements.
Contact your education provider to ask what your options are during this time, such as moving to online study, deferring your enrolment, managing your payments, or accessing extra student supports or financial assistance.
You can find coronavirus information for a number of education providers in Victoria below. If your education provider’s coronavirus information page is not on the list below, view the full list of Australian providers here or contact them directly.
|La Trobe University||Wechat:
乐卓博大学 La Trobe Uni 留学部|
Weibo: MonashUni 澳大利亚蒙纳士大学
|Swinburne University of Technology||Wechat:
|Federation University Australia||Wechat:
Weibo: 澳大利亚联邦大学 FedUni
|The University of Melbourne||Wechat:
Weibo: VU 维大官微
|Victorian Government Schools||WeChat:
Education providers are responsible for setting their own fees for international students. Please contact your education provider about what fee concessions or assistance may be available to you.
If you are concerned about your enrolment, fees or other issues related to your studies, please contact your education provider. If your education provider cannot assist, you can contact the Australian Government's Department of Education, Skills and Employment via email at email@example.com.
Australian Government advice for international students can also be found on the Study in Australia website.
Secondary school students
The Victorian Department of Education and Training provides information for international students studying in Victorian Government schools.