As a current international student at Charles Darwin University, you are supported in a number of different ways.
I have some general questions about my study. Who do I speak to?
Get in touch with Student Central.
I have specific questions about my course, units, or assessment. Who do I contact?
For any specific questions about your course, units, please speak to your Faculty. If you have any questions about your assessment, please speak to your Unit Coordinator or Lecturer first.
I need to fill in a form. Where can I find them?
For any forms specific to international students (eg. Letter of Release, CoE extension, etc.) you can find them below:
For general forms (eg. Assessment Extensions, Special Consideration, etc.), you can find them here:
For all other forms, you may be able to access them through eForms.
What student events are happening at the moment?
For more information on events, check out the events calendar on Student Portal for details and how to register.
Where do I go to get support?
Find out more about what support services are available to international students through the link below.
Respect. Now. Always
Charles Darwin University is committed to providing a safe and respectful learning, working and living environment. Sexual assault and harassment are unacceptable. The Respect. Now. Always. campaign, led by the Australian Human Rights Commission and Universities Australia, seeks to prevent sexual assault and harassment by raising awareness, supporting students requiring assistance and giving bystanders the confidence to speak up.
Charles Darwin University's responsibilities
All Australian universities accepting international students must follow a strict set of laws to ensure the international student is provided with fair and equitable service in accordance with the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000. This legislation aims to enhance Australia’s reputation for world-class education, ensure tuition protection, and support the integrity of the student visa program.
Charles Darwin University, along with all education and training providers offering courses to international students studying in Australia on a student visa, is required to:
- Register on CRICOS
- Meet quality assurance standards
- Comply with tuition and financial assurance requirements
- Meet the obligations of registered providers
- Report students who do not comply with student visa conditions to the Department of Home Affairs