AH&B College has appointed Welfare Officers who are the point of contact for all student support enquiries. The friendly and helpful Welfare Officers can assist students with advice and information about their course, their attendance, and life in Australia. They can also direct students to appropriate medical, dental, or legal advice. If you have problems of any type, these officers can refer you to relevant external services. Please see administration to arrange a meeting with a Welfare Officer or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Survival Information
AH&B College has developed Student Survival information to assist International Students in settling into Australia. There is information regarding pre-arrival, living in Sydney, settling in, information about AH&B College orientation and Student Representative Council, and Australian culture. The information has been divided into 5 parts for easy access to the information you need.
The Student Survival Information Kit can be found here.
Student Representative Council
AH&B College has a Student Representative Council (SRC) which is made up of current students from different cultural backgrounds. This council has been developed to assist new students in settling into the College and to be a point of contact for those who need support and guidance throughout the duration of their course. SRC Members have the responsibility of motivating other students, being involved in College events, peer support, and relaying feedback from students to AH&B College in regular meetings with the SRC Liaison Officer. If you are interested in becoming an SRC Member please express your interest to your Unit Coordinator.
AH&B College students have access to the Student Portal. This allows our students to access their own information regarding their course progress, fees, timetables, attendance and any notices from the College. You will receive your log in information on your orientation day.