Travel Advice

Federal Government has raised its Smart Traveller alert to Level 4 which is the highest level, advising Australians not to travel overseas at this time, regardless of the destination. As per the government those Australian residents and Citizens who are outside Australia, need to return home as soon as possible.

If you have traveled in last 30 days its your duty to get check up with your GP if you are not feeling well and self isolate yourself for at-least 14 days. DFAT has advice for travellers returning to Australia.

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade smartraveller website contains all the information 

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Information for Students

With the current situation of corona virus the education sector as taken a big hit with students not able to attend the classes and labs. Some of the tips students need to seek during this time are:

  • 1. Get in contact with your universities to find online schedule for your classes
  • 2. Check if you can defer your program until Term 2 or 3 or further
  • 3. Get in touch with your universities on how they can support the financials and accommodation during this time
  • 4. Find out what your university is doing in response to  the COVID-19 outbreak.
  • 6. Form online group with friends to discuss and follow a study plan with them
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