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Student care and support

Our Taylors UniLink Diplomas have been specifically designed for students who seek a more supported and individual experience in their introduction to higher education.

Academic Preparation

Undergraduate study at an Australian university is very demanding. Our program is designed to address the student’s learning needs and ensure they will enter university as confident, capable, independent thinkers prepared for the challenges ahead.

Online Support Systems

Students have access to an online learning management system called Study Smart. This system provides a collaborative online teaching and learning environment and is supplemented by interactive whiteboards fitted in many of our classrooms.

Tertiary Advisors

One of our primary goals is to give all students the personal attention and support they need to succeed. Our Tertiary Advisors monitor student academic progress carefully and provide information on the most appropriate university courses and admission requirements.

On completing each diploma trimester, students receive a report detailing their progress. On completion of their course they receive their final academic transcript.

Personal Welfare

Student welfare is our highest priority. We have a wide range of support staff providing care for students on campus. Our network includes qualified psychologists, welfare counsellors and first-aid officers. The college provides a 24-hour emergency telephone number so students always have access to support.

Student Care

Care for our students begins before they arrive on campus. Prior to leaving home, students will receive essential information about their course and accommodation ensuring they are well prepared for life in Australia and confident about undertaking a Taylors UniLink Diploma.

Settling in for international students begins with the option of a welcoming airport pick-up. Our orientation program provides students with information about their course, student visas and health cover. During orientation, all students are able to meet with their coordinators to finalise their course enrolments. It's also a chance to meet other students and make new friends from all over the world.

Activities

Taylors recommends a healthy balance between study and leisure, in and out of the classroom. The campus offers a vibrant program of extra curricula activities including sports, music, drama and other special interest groups - they're a great way to meet new people and make new friends.


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