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We’ll do everything we can to make your experience in Australia a happy and safe one and to help you achieve your academic and personal goals. From the moment you arrive to the moment you leave we will look after you.

SELC’s friendly staff are available whenever you need some help. Our support services include:
  • School and Sydney orientation
  • Academic counselling
  • English language support
  • Help with your everyday life in Sydney
  • Welfare counselling
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  • English supported VET
  • Academic support
  • Help with everyday life in Sydney
  • VET Welfare concern
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English supported VET (ESV program)

Our English language support system is specially designed for students who need to develop their English language and literacy skills to enhance their employment prospects or to meet their course requirements. The program is free and includes:
  • tutorials with our dedicated ESV coordinator for 1:1 support
  • free English classes on Fridays (up to 5 hours)
  • discounts on online English courses

You’ll be asked to provide evidence of your English language level before you start you course and at this time we’ll discuss inclusion in the ESV program with you according to your needs.

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Academic support

We are committed to helping you to achieve your study goals through:
  • Academic tutorials with your VET course coordinator for 1:1 support
  • Course chat groups for peer learning
  • Individual feedback from your trainer on your strengths and areas for improvement
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Help with everyday life in Sydney

Have questions about everyday life in Sydney such as transport, banking or medical matters? Just chat to or email our friendly reception staff who’ll be happy to help you. We also organise lots of activities for our students in Sydney so make sure you join and get to know the city and make friends.
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Welfare concerns

Like to talk about something more personal? You can arrange a private meeting with our experienced welfare coordinator to discuss personal matters that might be getting you down and having a negative impact on your wellbeing, studies and enjoyment of your Australian experience.