Business & Government
The ISA is located in the Office of International Services, Orange 2.1 and students may make an appointment for assistance on such matters as:
Visa related issues (work permit, visa extensions and visa conditions);
Course information and enrolment advice;
Fees and financial matters;
Overseas student health cover;
Tax file number applications;
Activities and events;
Referral to other support services both on and off campus.
Please phone 08 8946 6490 for appointments or email email@example.com for an appropriate time.
International Support Officer:
The Administration Officer, International Support (AOIS) is the first point of contact for international students when they arrive at Charles Darwin University. The AOIS is able to provide international students with general information about course, enrolments, accommodation, health cover and activities.
The AOIS is available at the Office of International Service on weekdays from 8.30am - 12.30pm or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
You will find Equity Services located in Blue 1. Support services include:
Careers & Employment
Off-campus Accommodation Service
The staff in Equity Services work with students from a range of cultural backgrounds and have a good understanding of the challenges of living in a new culture. For further information visit Equity Services in Blue 1, telephone 8946 6288, email email@example.com or click here.
A wide range of study skills support is available at the university.
If you are interested in improving your skills in areas such as interpreting the task, essay writing, note taking, referencing, English language and so on, then email firstname.lastname@example.org for academic support during business hours or email email@example.com for support in the evenings and on week-ends. You can also view the services online at www.cdu.edu.au/allsp.
The cyclone season is from November to April. Active monsoon periods are the most likely time for development of cyclones. The new construction standards and building codes post Cyclone Tracy and annual public awareness campaigns ensure Darwin is now a safe place to live. Community cyclone shelters are available if required and brochures and pamphlets with step-by-step advice are readily available and actively promoted.