International and multicultural students

Ready for Orientation?

New Students! Meet new friends, find out what Uni's like and key information about your course at Orientation 19-28 Feb
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How are you going?

Uni can be hard, so if you're feeling stressed, unhappy or just want someone to talk to, make an appointment with a counsellor - it's free and confidential
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Have you read your newsletter?

Find out all about what's on at Uni and in the community each month in our Multicultural newsletter.
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Welcome to Federation University Australia!

From pre-arrival information and orientation activities for international students, to social programs, personal support and referrals to other services we are here to help students from all cultural backgrounds to succeed at FedUni. Whether you're an international student, on a humanitarian visa, or Australian resident/citizen from a different cultural background, we are your first point of contact if you're unsure about anything.

We work closely with other University services and community organisations to ensure that international and multicultural students get the support they need. We also run a student committee which operates as a peer support, and advises us on the FedUni student experience.

To find out more about what we offer, please explore the links below, or contact us.

Future students

Whether you're a prospective student thinking of joining FedUni, or you have accepted your offer and are preparing to arrive, we want to answer any questions you may have about studying here and living in Australia.

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Current students

Existing students - we have a bunch of resources and links giving you information about all aspects of your life and study, including how to access all the support services and activities we have on offer.

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Multicultural student newsletter

Each month, we send all current multicultural students a newsletter full of key dates, activities, services and tips. If you would like to be added to the distribution list, contact us.

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English as a second language

We know that language difficulties can often be the most challenging part of study for students from non-English-speaking backgrounds. Find out about the range of supports available to assist you to climb over the language barrier!

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Finding the right accommodation is such an important part of life at university. Whether you're keen to live on our on-campus residences, in local rented accommodation or looking for a houseshare, we can provide you with information on where to look and how to make sure you're renting safely.

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Contact us

Call, email or visit us to find out more