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Moving to a new country can be exciting and fun, but you might also be feeling scared and nervous. The Program offers you support, guidance and reassurance as you settle into your new home here in Melbourne. Let us help you make new friends and experience Melbourne.

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Staying healthy as an international student
A healthy body equals a healthy mind. Here are some tips on how to stay healthy and be your best. A poor diet is often linked to poor grades. By...
Medibank overseas student health cover OSHC
If you have a student visa, you’ll have health insurance. We can help to make it work for you.  Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) covers all...
Finding a medical doctor in Melbourne for overseas students
It’s important to see the right people if you’re feeling unwell. We’ll tell you all you need to know to get your health back on track.  For newly...
RMIT Training Study Success Team
Study Success is here to help you improve your language skills with face-to-face and online support options available. Listening and speaking are now...
Libraries in Melbourne to study at
Melbourne has some great libraries where you can study and find books to help you study.  The library at RMIT is available for all RMIT Training...
Establishing good RMIT Training study habbits
Create the best environment to maximise study time. For some people, the ambient noise of a café is the perfect place to study. Other people prefer...
RMIT Training students at a BBQ
This is the final week of the First 30 Days program. This week, we list our top 10 tips for success in your studies. Ask questions: Teachers and...
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Consider how you can control your environment to improve your study habits. For some people, the ambient noise of a café is the perfect place to...
state-library-melbourne
Studying at home can be distracting. A quiet study space like a library may help you focus.  Melbourne Libraries: The State Library is located in the...

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