Allied Institute

Student Services

Our team is dedicated to providing a supportive environment for international students

Allied Institute has a supportive team that is well-equipped to help international students adjust to their new life in Melbourne. The team consists of experienced teachers who are committed to providing high-quality education to ensure that students have the best possible support. Many former students have successfully transitioned into the Australian workforce and are now enjoying stable employment in their chosen fields.

In addition, there is a friendly marketing and student services team with diverse cultural backgrounds who have firsthand experience with the “Australian way”. They are fluent not only in English but also in many other languages, making it easy for students from all over the world to feel at home. No matter where you come from, our team is ready to assist you and make your transition as smooth as possible.

Setting up your life not just educating you

Our team specializing in International Student Support

is available to aid you during your transition to a new academic setting.

Our team of approachable professionals is equipped to provide you with any help you may require. Moving to a new and unfamiliar country can be a challenging experience, especially during the initial weeks. We understand this and provide various support services for students. Please feel free to get in touch with us for a confidential conversation. You can reach out to the International Student Support Team via email or by visiting our campus.

  • Accommodation 
  • Overseas Student Health Cover   
  • Visa requirements   
  • Orientation and enrolment   
  • Student ID cards   
  • Application for Tax File Numbers  
  • Resume Writing and Job skills    
  • Immigration matters   
  • Legal matters   
  • Specialist counselling  
  • Health and wellbeing    
  • Housing   
  • Finances 
  • Work   
  • Study 
  • Legal issues 
  • Policies and procedures   
  • Assessments 
  • Learning support 
  • Computer usage   
  • Extracurricular activities    
  • Attendance 
  • Understanding the stages of adjustment   
  • Strategies to ease transition to a new culture   
  • Dealing with homesickness 
  • Counselling 
  • Self-help resources 
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