International Pathway Program
Study In Australia
It’s exciting new era for you to expand your academic and personal life experiences. As Key 2 Learning College has students from many different countries, you will experience many cultures in an environment of cultural harmony and empowerment where students can achieve their academic and personal goals.
To the right you can see some Key 2 Learning College international students who are studying at our Canberra campus (Australia’s capital city).
Why Key 2 Learning College?
Key 2 Learning College (RTO 88191, CRICOS 03644F) has strong connections to hospitals, aged care providers and the community sector.
Key 2 Learning College’s staff are mainly registered nurses with significant industry experience.
Key 2 Learning College’s graduate employment rates are over 90 percent (and completion rates are also in the high 90s).
This makes Key 2 Learning College the provider of choice for health and community services courses.
Our Campus Locations
Key 2 Learning has fully-equipped Australian campuses in the iconic Sydney, and in Canberra.
What to do before leaving home
Make travel arrangements.
Arrange your accommodation and transportation within Australia.
Organise for immunisations and medications from a doctor.
Make sure there are sufficient funds and confirm overseas access to your funds with your bank.
Advise Key 2 Learning College of travel details.
Pack bags being sure to include the following:
Name and contact details of an institution representative
Enough currency for taxis, buses, phone calls etc.
Important documents to bring:
Letter of offer
Certified copies of qualifications & certificates
Travel insurance policy
ID cards, drivers licence, birth certificate (or copy)
PLEASE NOTE: Make sure you leave any originals or copies of these documents safely with family in your home country in case of loss.
Upon arrival to Australia
Call home. Settle into accommodation and purchase any household items and food.
Contact Key 2 Learning College to attend international student orientation and receive student ID card.
Attend faculty / course specific orientation sessions.
Get textbooks and start class.
Advise health insurance company of address and get card.
Open a bank account.
Apply for a tax file number if seeking work.
Get involved in student life and associations (egg. music, sporting and cultural clubs).
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