Specialist migrant support is available for mainstream migrant and refugee students where learning needs cannot be met by other CIT programs.
This can include:
- advice about how to design suitable pathways to CIT courses
- a range of study support strategies, including additional time for exams
- dealing with issues and complaints about discrimination
- helpful referrals to other services and agencies
- understanding the educational and workplace culture in Australia
This service is free and confidential to students studying at CIT.
Cultural Diversity Coordinator:
(02) 6207 3335
Level 1, Block A, Room A110a Reid Campus
(above CIT Student Services, CIT Reid)
English Language skills - Students interested in studying in programs to improve their spoken English and/or reading and writing skills (including the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) and the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) Program should contact the CIT Pathways College on (02) 6207 4800.
Study Support - Assistance with studying and learning, including English, literacy and numeracy is available at CIT Reid, CIT Bruce and CIT Woden Libraries. Visit the CIT Library webpage for details.
International Students (overseas students who are not migrant or refugee students) should contact the International Services Unit (ISU) on (02) 6207 4662 or their Pastoral Care Officer. For details of Pastoral Care Officers contact either the International Services Unit or CIT Student Services on (02) 6207 3188. For details of Pastoral Care Officers contact either the International Services Unit or CIT Student Services on (02) 6207 3188.