International Student Support Services

TAFE SA has a dedicated International Student Support Consultant who can assist international students with a range of support services, including:

  • First point of contact for any queries, advice, concerns, and issues
  • Orientation and information
  • Student visa information, conditions, and advice
  • Requests to changes to enrolment (withdrawal, deferral, change of course, release, COE extensions)
  • Requests for Extension of tuition fees or Standard Payment (Instalment) Plan
  • Referrals to professional counselling and medical services and external agencies, emergency aid, financial and legal services

Bookings are available only for international student visa 500, 485 and Bridging visa holders, who have enrolled via the International Unit.

Book an Appointment

 

Additional support for International students

General International Student Enquiry

Example: change in contact details, letter requests, study requirements, and other general enquiries.

Admissions Team

Phone: 8207 8279

Email TAFE SA International

International Student Finance Enquiry

Example: finance related questions, how to make a payment, bank detail information etc.

Jackson Zhao

Finance Officer
Email Jackson

TAFE SA Student Enquiry

Example: to speak to I.T, a TAFE SA Student Counsellor or Customer Support team.

TAFE SA Customer Support Contact Team

Phone: 1800 882 661
Email TAFE SA Information

Alternatively, please see staff in the Student Hub located in the Library (8am – 5pm) or visit tafesa.edu.au.

Future Student Enquiry

Example: apply to TAFE SA, organise a campus tour, counselling session or speak to an Education Consultant.

Niki Zhang

Senior Consultant (International Education)
Phone: 0439 165 280
Email Niki Zhang

The support you need

TAFE SA provides you with a range of free support services both before and after you arrive in South Australia. Once you have enrolled in your course, we offer information on airport pickups, accommodation and orientation.  

Once you have arrived in Adelaide you will receive a comprehensive Orientation by the International office, as well as English Language support and counselling if you need it. 

Some international students may require legal assistance and advice whilst studying in Australia.  The Legal Services Commission has an excellent website which provides details on the sorts of issues a student may face: visa and immigration, accommodation and renting, employment, accidents and injuries, criminal matters, financial issues, traffic offences, and many more. 

In the first instance, you may wish to contact the International Student Support Consultant at the International Unit, or the Student Services on your campus, who may then refer you to another service for more specific information and assistance.  

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