Bayside International College

Future Students

Why Us?

Selecting an suitable course of study for future could be difficult for many of us.We understand that this is a significant decision in your life.Our staff is to help you make an informed decision by giving you all the required information and also why studying at Bayside International College can be a unique experience.

Our commitment to providing high-quality education and training and continuous improvement policies put us in a unique position in the industry.Our courses,teaching strategies,student facilities on campus,staff and student services are carefully designed to create a positive,stimulating and dynamic learning environment to help you achieve your goals.

Also,we have:

  • Modern facilities with the latest technology used in classrooms and study areas
  • Flexible timetable to suit your needs
  • Multi lingual and supportive team ready to assist in all your needs
  • Direct pathway to Bayside International College Certificate and Diploma courses

Living & Studying in Sydney

Australia is made up of eight states and territories. People from all parts of the world travel to live in or visit Australia. The country is surrounded by water offering beautiful beaches and amazing natural attractions like the Great Barrier Reef, many National Parks, deserts, tropical forests, canyons, mountain, and more. Some of Australia’s most popular recreational activities are surfing and skiing.

Sydney was one of the first cities established in Australia. It’s also the largest and most popular. This cosmopolitan city boasts the famous Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. There are also numerous world-class restaurants and shopping areas. Students joining us will always have something to do whilst in Sydney.

Living expenses can include accommodation, transportation, food, clothes, books and entertainment. You will need approximately AUD $20,000 to cover the whole year of study in Sydney (excluding tuition fees).

Rents are fairly high in Sydney but this depends on whether you choose to share with friends and which suburb you choose to live in. Transport is easy to access as all trains, buses, ferry and light rails lead to the CBD.

Students should have at least AUD $2,000 when you first arrive to cover your initial expenses. Please note these figures do not include large household items such as a refrigerator or a car. For more information, visit: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

Pre Arrival Guide

Once you have been accepted to study at an institution and have received confirmation of your student visa, the next step is to start planning for your arrival.

Our International Student Guide will help you to prepare for your studies in Australia and to settle into your new environment. International Student Guide is provided to all newly enrolled offshore students on confirmation of enrolment.

Orientation Program

We are committed to ensuring that all overseas students get all the support they need to adjust to life and study in Australia and to be successful in their studies. This orientation is usually scheduled on the first day of the timetable.

Prior to commencing your studies, you will be required to participate in a compulsory orientation program that will include information on:

  • Access to Australian Institute of Healthcare’s policies and procedures and relevant supporting documents
  • Details of internal and external support services available to assist in the transition into life and study in Australia, such as welfare services, accommodation services, academic and career advice, IT support, student learning assistance, English language support and inclusion activities
  • Legal, emergency and health services
  • Facilities and resources
  • Organisational policies and procedures including course progress, attendance monitoring, deferral, suspension and cancellation, course transfer and complaints and appeals
  • Any student visa conditions relating to course progress and attendance.

 

Please note the order may be amended depending on student numbers and season / daylight / weather permitting

Program Calender

9:00-9:30 Welcome / introductions
9:30-10:00 Tour of Bayside International College and immediate external areas around Bayside International College, including Fire Drill/Exits
10:00-10:15 Break
10:15-11:15 Orientation: Stage 1
11:15-12:00 Local area foot tour and Mascot Library registration
12:00-12:30 Lunch break
12:30-13:15 Orientation: Stage 2
13:15-13:45 Student interviews
13:45-14:00 Break
14:00-15:00 Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) Testing

Orientation includes the following

On arrival at Australian Institute of Healthcare, you will be welcomed by the PEO and the Head Trainer and Assessor. You will also be introduced to any other students starting on the same day.

You will be given a tour of Australian Institute of Healthcare, during which you will be shown the rooms available to students, our computer system, and other facilities and resources available.

Orientation: Stage 1, in which we’ll discuss important issues about:

  • Your studies
  • Support services
  • Legal services
  • Emergency and health services available
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You will have a half-hour meal break. This is a good chance to meet other Australian Institute of Healthcare students! Orientation: Stage 2, in which we’ll discuss further important issues about:

  • USIs
  • Complaints and appeals processes
  • Any visa condition relating to course progress and attendance
  • PEO meeting / ‘interview’
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Student interviews: Your chance to meet one-on-one with Australian Institute of Healthcare staff to learn more about each other and ask any questions you might have.

You will be given an LLN test by the Head Trainer and Assessor to help decide the level of support you require.