11 June 2015

Study Melbourne Student Centre

Looking out the window of the Centre.

It’s cold outside, why not come inside for a peek?

The Study Melbourne Student Centre (SMSC) is a ‘one-stop-shop’ for international students in Victoria to access a range of free support, information and welfare services.

Arriving in a new city or country can be daunting and while you can look to us, your university for support, the Victorian Government also wants to make sure your time in Victoria is a positive, rewarding and enriching experience.

A visit to the SMCS, not only will you mix with other students from other universities but you’ll also gain access to a range of information about health matters, general wellbeing, legal services, accommodation, financial management and safety, as well as professional support and referrals to local services and community resources, crisis intervention, case work assessment and support in emergency situations. The Centre is also staffed to also assist you through personal difficulties by providing emotional and practical support that is sensitive to their particular circumstances.

Support staff can be contacted via its 24-hour free phone line or by visiting the office during business hours, Monday to Friday at 599 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne. The services are free and confidential and interpreters are available on request.

To find out more, visit Study Melbourne Student Centre.

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