Please check your emails regularly as we will send most up-to-date information to its students via email and student portal. Don’t forget to check spam or junk emails.
Australian Government’s current advice for education providers such as Excel College Australia is to continue to teach its students. So, following this advice, we will continue to teach its classes. But to protect the health of its students, staff and trainers, Excel College Australia will, temporarily, run its classes online. Your will be informed when the classes resume to face-to-face delivery.
No, you don’t need to come to campus to attend classes, instead you will study from home and join online classes. You will receive emails with more details on online classes close to each term. Your will be informed when the classes resume to face-to-face delivery.
You need a computing device with: Internet access Microsoft office suite (Word, Excel and PowerPoint minimum) or similar Webcam/video camera Computing device can be a desktop, laptop or tablet device as long as it has all the above.
All students that study with us at Excel College Australia will use the online Student Portal to upload their work.
No, your student visa will not be affected as long as you maintain your enrolment at Excel College Australia, attend online classes and maintain satisfactory course progress and your student visa conditions.
Excel College Australia has implemented strict social distancing and other health protocols to conduct orientation sessions on campus. You will receive an email about these protocols close to your orientation. Students who are unable to attend orientation in the campus will be given an opportunity to attend online orientation. Please note that students who are currently in their home country can still start their course as long as they have the current enrolment with Excel College Australia and has the current Australian student visa.
Health information about COVID-19 can be found here:
Australian Government Official Website has links to WhatsApp channel and Coronavirus App. Go to the bottom of the page to ‘Stay connected’ section for more information.
Go to Department of Home Affairs website. Information is also available in other languages, just click on ‘Information in your language’.
Information for international students and their studies can be found here at the Department of Education, Skills and Employment website (click on ‘Information for International Students’)
Study in Australia website also has some useful information for international students.
Yes, you can still come to the campus, but before coming, you must call the college. If you are not well, do not come to campus.