All Pacific College of Technology’s staff members ensure that students receive high quality service. We are always happy to assist our students in the best possible way.
Download and read our Student Handbook here.
Getting around Sydney is very easy. There is ample public transportation including buses, trains and taxis available and these services are clean, fast and safe. For students requiring the College’s assistance to arrange a pick up service from Sydney International Airport upon arrival, please let us know at least 14 days in advance. Our friendly staff will help make sure you arrive safely at your accommodation. (Fee: AU$ 200.00)
There are a number of websites and resources to make finding shared or private accommodation in Sydney very easy. In addition, Pacific College of Technology can arrange accommodation for students who need assistance. If you require us to arrange accommodation for you, please let us know at least 14 days before your arrival in Australia. (Fee: AU$ 200.00)
Pacific College of Technology is in Auburn, Sydney – just 2 minutes walk from the Auburn Railway Station, which allows students the opportunity to enjoy convenient transport facilities, nearby shopping centres, markets, restaurants and entertainment. Sydney provides one of the best environments for unique learning and social experiences. For further information about living in Sydney, please visit www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au.
We will help you prepare for further education at an Australian university by teaching you vital academic skills like essay, report and assignment writing, researching, referencing and critical analysis.
You will enjoy your time in Australia with our relaxed and friendly campus atmosphere. Furthermore; we will support you by sponsoring activities such as trips to Sydney attractions, barbeques and sports tournaments.
On Orientation Day, students are provided with all the information they need to know about the College and student life in Australia. You can ask any questions you like, and we will do our best to help you. Some of the topics covered during Orientation Day are;
Course information and student visa requirements
Australian laws and customs
Public transport system
Health and medical services
Telephone and postal services
Home stay living
Health and Safety procedures
Fire and First Aid
Computer Labs/ Library
Student Support, Welfare & Guideline Services
Students are provided with a student contact officer to support them and ensure their welfare. The contact officer can help with all academic matters. If needed, the contact officer can refer you to an external professional counsellor for help with personal problems.
You will be be introduced to your Student Contact Officer upon induction, or consult the Student Handbook.
Language, literacy & numeracy
Access & Equity
Frequently used forms
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