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  • Student Support Line: +61 4 8880 5001 – Seven days a week from 8:30am to
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  • Student Support Line India (local call): +91 880 055 9609 – Seven days a
    week 4am to 4:30pm IST.
  • Lodge a ticket with the help desk for IT assistance https://ithelpdesk.atmc.edu.au/open.php
  • Lodge a ticket with Student Support Hub 24*7
  • Email: info@atmc.edu.au(monitored 9 to 5pm AEST Monday to Friday)

Campuses

ATMC Melbourne Lonsdale Street Campus
399 Lonsdale Street (Reception Level 2)
Victoria, 3000, Australia,
Phone: +613 8327 3100
Email: info@atmc.edu.au

ATMC Melbourne Franklin Street Campus
104 Franklin Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Phone: +613 9631 9150
Email: info@atmc.edu.au

ATMC Sydney George Street Campus
Level 9, 540 George Street, Sydney
NSW, 2000, Australia
Phone: + 61 2 9283 5233
Email: info@atmc.edu.au

ATMC Sydney Kent Street Campus
432 Kent Street, Sydney
NSW, 2000, Australia
Phone: + 61 2 8072 7924
Email: info@atmc.edu.au


News

ATMC news and updates

Free AWS Certification training for all ATMC and Baxter Institute students
14 August, 2020

AWS Cloud Foundation (ACF) is intended for ATMC Students of any stream to understand the Cloud concepts and real-world scenarios involving Cloud Computing. ACF course prepares ATMC students for the “AWS Cloud Practitioner” certification. This course is free for ATMC and Baxter Institute students.
https://atmc.edu.au/aws-cloud-foundation-acf-training-program

 

From Mumbai to Sydney – Kunjan Barot’s student journey
13 August, 2020 | By James Smith

It is not often people literally see the building blocks falling into place for the next chapter of their lives, but this was exactly the case for ATMC IT student and part-time model Kunjan Barot.
https://atmc.social/posts/kunjan-barot/

 

Sandeep Singh's excellent adventures
5 August, 2020 | By James Smith

Sandeep Singh loves to hit the road. For this ATMC Master of Accounting graduate, life is all about the journey, rather than the final destination.
https://atmc.social/posts/sandeep-singh

 

ATMC now an approved provider of Western Sydney University Pathway Programs 
31 July 2020

The Australian Technical Management College (ATMC) is pleased to announce that ATMC is now an approved provider of tertiary education pathway programs for Western Sydney University (WSU). From today, students who successfully complete a diploma qualification with ATMC will receive guaranteed entry to selected WSU undergraduate degrees. Eligible WSU programs include Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Arts (Pathway to Teaching), Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology and Bachelor of Information Systems.
https://atmc.edu.au/atmc-now-an-approved-provider-of-wsu-pathway-programs

Faculty Feature: Dr Elizabeth Nain

14 July 2020 | By James Smith
Meet Dr Elizabeth Nain, ATMC faculty member and lecturer who shares some important lessons from her own educational journey.
https://atmc.edu.au/dr-elizabeth-nain

 

ATMC Work Integrated Learning Students develop a remote learning solution for African-Australian communities
8 July 2020 | By James Smith

There are important university assessment tasks, and there are those that carry the weight of not just a final grade, but an entire community. Vallerie Cabico and her assessment team-mates Narendra Goli, Vivek Thakur and Sandeep Singh recently finished work on a project which allows students within an African-Australian homework group to communicate remotely with fellow students, as well as their teachers and volunteers.
https://atmc.edu.au/work-integrated-learning--aameys

Trushit Shah graduates first in FedUni's Master of Information Technology program
26 June 2020 | By James Smith

Meet Trushit Shah who undertook his studies through ATMC and recently graduated as FedUni's top student in the Masters of Information Technology Program. Trushit also received a "Dean's List" award for outstanding academic performance.
https://atmc.edu.au/atmc-student-trushit-shah-tops-federation-university-course


COVID - 19

Coronavirus updates

Advice for ATMC students about coronavirus COVID-19

This page will be updated as the coronavirus COVID-19 situation continues to evolve.

If you need assistance please contact us via the channels below. 

  • Student Support Line:+ 61 4 8880 5001 – Seven days a week from 8:30am to 8:30pm AEST
  • Student Support Line India (local call):  +91 880 055 9609 – Seven days a week 4am to 4:30pm IST.
  • Lodge a ticket with the help desk for IT assistance: https://ithelpdesk.atmc.edu.au/open.php 
  • Lodge a ticket with Student Support : Hub 24*7 for other assistance.
  • Email:  info@atmc.edu.au (monitored 9 to 5pm AEDT Monday to Friday)

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Update 5 August 2020

The Department of Home Affairs is implementing a range of visa changes to support International students.

A help sheet to support students though this process. To view the help sheet, click here 

To submit a valid Student visa application eligible for a nil fee, students must submit a completed Form 1545 COVID-19 Impacted Student via Student Support Hub 24*7   under the Course Advice and Enrolment Team category. This form will then be sent to the University for signature. Once the university has signed the form, this will be sent back to you for lodgement through your Immi Account.
Team categoryThis form will then be sent to the University for signature. Once the university has signed the form, this will be sent back to you for lodgement through your Immi Account.

Students may be inside or outside of Australia when they submit their application.

Refunds are not available for students who have already applied for a student visa and only new applications from eligible students will attract a nil-VAC.

Any questions or queries regarding processing of nil-VAC student visa applications can be directed to student.visa.help.desk@homeaffairs.gov.au

More Information:
https://minister.homeaffairs.gov.au/alantudge/Pages/supporting-international-students-support-australian-jobs.aspx
https://covid19.homeaffairs.gov.au/student-visa

 

Update 2 August 2020

 

  • A state of disaster has been declared in Victoria and Melbourne moves into stage four restrictions from 6pm tonight.
  • New restrictions for workplaces will be announced on Monday.
  • Supermarkets and basic food and beverage retailers will not be affected.
  • Melbourne will be under a curfew from 8pm to 5am every day for the next six weeks.
  • Only one person per household will be allowed to go shopping per day.
  • People cannot travel more than 5km from their house.
  • Exercise is limited to one hour a day and capped at two people.
  • Night Network will be suspended, and public transport services will be reduced during curfew hours.
  • Study at TAFE and uni must be done remotely.
  • Face coverings will continue to be compulsory

 

20 July 2020

International students enrolled with a private education provider or college in Victoria can apply for Stream Two of the International Student Emergency Relief Fund.

https://www.studymelbourne.vic.gov.au/news-updates/international-student-emergency-relief-fund/private-training-providers

 

9 July 2020

Study NSW has partnered with Foodbank NSW & ACT to provide free food hampers* to international students in NSW.
International students can access their hamper by following these steps:
1. Call Food Bank on (02) 9756 3099
2. State that you are an international student and your suburb, then ask for the distribution point closest to you
3. Have your student visa and student card with you when you collect the hamper.

8 July 2020

In line with advice from the Victorian Chief Health Officer, the Victorian Government has announced that metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire will return to Stage 3 Stay at Home restrictions from 11.59pm on Wednesday 8 July 2020.

This decision was made in response to a significant increase in community transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19) in these areas.

If you live in one of these areas, there will once again only be four reasons to leave home:

  • Shopping for food and supplies
  • Medical care and caregiving
  • Exercise and recreation
  • Study and work – if you can’t do it from home

Update 2 June 2020

Australia’s federal, state and territory governments are gradually easing restrictions around public gatherings, how businesses can operate, and regional travel. Find out more about the National Cabinet’s three-step plan to create a COVIDSafe Australia with new ways of living and working.

ATMC students will continue online learning using Microsoft Teams. Student services and support will still be available, via phone or online (see details above. Please continue to check this webpage, your email and social media regularly for further updates.

Update 29 April 2020

  • Federation University offers tuition fee reliefAnchor. To access the application form you must log out of your ATMC MS Teams account and login to your Federation University account using your Federation University email and password.  
  • Victorian government offers up to $1,100 for students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Register your interest.
  • The Victorian Government’s Working for Victoria program helps people who have lost their jobs due to the economic impacts of coronavirus (COVID-19) find new work opportunities.

Update 27 April 2020

Update 9 April 2020

  • Australian Government introduces new visa option – the COVID-19 Pandemic event visa, available under subclass 408.
  • The purpose of the new visa option is to provide a pathway for certain former and current holders of temporary visas to lawfully remain in Australia and to also address the workforce shortages in critical areas like agriculture, aged care and public health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • This visa will allow applicants to remain in Australia if they have no other visa options and are unable to depart due to travel restrictions.
  • The Department of Home Affairs (DoHA) has stated ‘the COVID-19 Pandemic event visa is only available to people who are onshore and have 28 days or less remaining on their current visa or where their last substantive visa has expired up to 28 days previously.’
  • There is no charge for this visa, it’s free. More information here and here.

Update 5 April 2020

  • Students who have been here longer than 12 months who find themselves in financial hardship will be able to access their Australian superannuation. Apply at the myGov website from April 20.
  • International students are able to work up to 40 hours per fortnight.
  • International students working in aged care and as nurses have had these hours extended to support these critical sectors.
  • International students working in the major supermarkets had also had these hours extended to help get stock on shelves during the high demand. From 1 May, these hours will return to the maximum 40 hours a fortnight as more Australians are being recruited into these roles.
  • Students are encouraged to rely on family support, part-time work where available and their own savings to sustain themselves in Australia.

Update 30 March 2020

  • Library services are available for students who need assistance. Please read the FAQ on how to access this service.
  • Online courses for Federation University Students commenced today. If you are having issuess accessing Microsoft Teams please download the student user guide or lodge a ticket with our help desk for assistance. https://ithelpdesk.atmc.edu.au/open.php.
  • USC courses commence Monday 6 April. Students will receive an email shortly about accessing the online portal to join their virtual classrooms.
  • ATMC will arrange counselling for any student who is feeling anxious or depressed. Please read the Health FAQ for information on accessing this service.
  • Government requires all evictions be put on hold for six months across all states and territories.
  • Public gatherings, excluding household members, have been reduced to a maximum of two people.
  • Students should stay home unless you are: shopping for essentials, receiving medical care, exercising or travelling to work.

Update 27 March 2020

  • Given the recent updates to self-distancing requirements, no classes will be delivered on campus until further notice.
  • Online delivery of courses will commence on 30 March, 2020 for Federation University Students.
  • Online delivery of courses will commence on 6 April, 2020 for University of the Sunshine Coast Students.
  • An email will be sent to the University of the Sunshine Coast students next week explaining the pause in class delivery and information on accessing the online learning portal.
  • Campuses are still open to provide support services to students, however we encourage students to engage with us online wherever possible.
  • Professional Year students based in Australia have commenced online tuition and will have 42 virtual classes up and operational across NSW and VIC by Monday.
  • The DHA has advised that Professional Year students who are not currently in Australia will be unable to enrol or continue in the Professional Year Program.
  • Enrolling Federation students were sent an email containing information about accessing user guides and instructional videos for using the online learning portal.
  • All passengers who arrive in Australia after midnight on Saturday will go into mandatory quarantine in hotels for a fortnight. Defence Force personnel will be brought in to support state and territory police in enforcing the mandatory quarantine and the self-isolation rules that apply to people who are already in Australia or who arrive before the Saturday midnight deadline. Source: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-03-27/forced-coronavirus-quarantine-for-people-returning-to-australia/12095898

 

Update 18 March 2020

As the situation around novel coronavirus COVID-19 continues to evolve, we wanted to update you on the measures ATMC is taking to meet the challenges of this ongoing health issue.

Please be assured that your health and wellbeing is our primary concern. We are monitoring the situation closely and following the advice of the Australian Government, education and health authorities. You should attend classes as normal. We will update you if this advice changes.

ATMC and our University Partners will notify you immediately if there is any move from classroom to online teaching.  Should this happen, rest assured that ATMC is ready to deliver all of our course content online and we have the resources, systems and people in place to support you in that transition.

ATMC does not underestimate the seriousness of this situation or its potential effects on the life of our students, staff and faculty.

Whilst ATMC has always maintained strict hygiene practices, we have increased the frequency of campus cleaning and sanitisation and are using hospital-grade disinfectant on high-touch and high-traffic areas. Cleaning staff are following the latest advice from NSW and VIC Health Departments and are now wearing masks and thicker gloves during cleaning operations.

You will have noticed posters around campus advising you on ways to reduce the risk of contracting Coronavirus COVID-19. Please be sure to follow these steps as a precautionary measure to protect those around you from contracting the virus.

Early symptoms of Coronavirus COVID-19 include fever, coughing, sore throat, fatigue, and shortness of breath. If you develop a fever and are finding it difficult to breath, please seek medical attention or call the COVID-19 24 Hotline on 1800 675 398 for assistance.

We appreciate that you will have questions about the impact of this virus on living, studying and working in Australia. Please check back here regularly for updates.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any concerns or would like more information. We are here to support you, and encourage you to reach out if you need assistance. Email us at info@atmc.edu.au or contact our student support team on +61 4 8880 5001.


Online Learning Portal

Welcome to ATMC online delivery! We are excited to bring our programs to this digital platform. Please review the user guides and videos to get started, and don’t hesitate to contact us if you need support or assistance. We look forward to seeing you in our virtual classrooms very soon.

If you need assistance please contact us via the channels below. 

 

Online learning portal for students

Get ready to join your classmates and teachers online with ATMC’s virtual learning classrooms. You’ll

be able to participate in lessons using voice, video, screen-share and whiteboard options. Click this way and be sure to read the user manual and watch the instruction videos to become familiar with the platform.

You’ll need your ATMC email credentials to login. https://australiantmc.sharepoint.com/sites/StudyOnline

Online teaching resources for staff                                                                                                              

Delivering classes online can be just as personal, engaging and socially connecting as learning in a classroom. Students and teachers can stay in touch, interact and help each other using the advanced features of Microsoft Teams. Please review the user guide and videos to become familiar with the system and contact our support team if you need assistance.

You’ll need your ATMC email credentials to login.  https://australiantmc.sharepoint.com/sites/TeachOnline


Students

Before you Arrive

Once your Confirmation of Enrolment comes through and you have secured your student visa, it’s time to start thinking of some of the practicalities of traveling to Australia. ATMC is committed to providing detailed information and arrangements for the following services before the student leaves his/her country :

  • General information regarding Melbourne and Sydney.
  • Airport Pick-Up services.
  • Visa Guidance.
  • Health Insurance Advice.
  • Banking Facilities.
  • Support in finding a school for school-aged dependents accompanying their parents/guardians. Parents with school-aged dependants are obliged to enroll their children in schooling and may be liable to pay full fees.

Sydney is Australia’s most famous city, with the majestic Sydney Opera House, the impressive steel arch of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the sparkling waterways and the white sands of Bondi Beach, Sydney is a never ending city of magnitude, fun and opportunity. Find out more information about what’s on near you at http://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au

With Melbourne’s combination of world-class dining, art galleries, homegrown fashion and a packed sports calendar, it’s no surprise Victoria’s capital is regarded as one of the world’s most liveable cities. To find out more information on Melbourne and to see what’s happening in areas near you, please visit www.melbourne.vic.gov.au

You may think Australia is not so different from your home country, that it will be easy to study abroad there and you really don’t need to prepare much. Sure, Australia probably won’t be as challenging as studying abroad in a developing country with a different language and no running water, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. And if you don’t do your research, you may find yourself in a bind or facing some difficult surprises once you’re abroad. From the logistics of getting your visa to being prepared for the cost of living, here are a few websites to help you further understand studying in the land down under.

www.studyinaustralia.gov.au
www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/news/an-international-student-guide-to-studying-in-australia
www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/community/health-support-services/for-young-people/ international-students/Pages/international-students.aspx  

www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/community/community-support/international-students

Overseas Student Health Cover

Australia has a special system of health cover for international students called the Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC). You will need to buy OSHC before you come to Australia to cover you from when you arrive. The Department of Immigration and Citizenship requires you to maintain OSHC for the duration of your time on a student visa in Australia.

ATMC has an agreement with a preferred OSHC supplier BUPA (for Federation University and USC Students). You can choose to take out OSHC with these providers, or with the Australian OSHC provider of your choice. For detailed information, please visit http://www.bupa.com.au.If you are feeling sick, it is important to know what to do.  Click here for more advice.

BUPA offers a 24-hour helpline – myBUPA – to ATMC students.

Airport Pickup

Airport picks up service is available to international students, upon request (charges apply, see fees and charges). Students will be met at the Arrivals hall and taken to their accommodation.

For further details Contact us

Study Melbourne help and support

Visit the Help and support page on the Study Melbourne website to find out how to find extra help and support during your study journey. The Study of Melbourne Student Centre has events, workshops, and information for international students. It’s also a great place to connect with new friends https://www.studymelbourne.vic.gov.au/help-and-support

Short-term Accommodation

It’s a good idea to try to organize a permanent place to live before you arrive in Australia. However, you may decide to wait until you arrive to get an idea of distances between your campus and surrounding suburbs, or to inspect private rental accommodation.

Study Sydney help and support

If you choose to study in Sydney you will find numerous events, and information for international students also, there’s great networks to make in Sydney.  As an example, every year the Sydney Lord Mayor officially welcomes more than 1000 international students at a function you can attend for free and marks the start of a student’s journey and the beginning of life-long connections with Sydney.  Sydney is a thriving business hub, alive with opportunities and possibilities to build your professional experiences http://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/community/community-support/international-students


Work Integrated Learning

Work Integrated Learning

Work Integrated Learning (WIL)

ATMC offers Work Integrated Learning (WIL) opportunities to its students through Capstone Industry Projects embedded in their curriculum. Students work on real Information Technology (IT) and Information Systems (IS) projects for real-world client. These projects provide platform for students to apply the skills developed within the classrooms to build IT solutions that add value to client organisations. Students work on a wide range of industry projects including Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Business Analysis, Software Development, Data Analytics, Web & Mobile App Development, Virtual Reality Apps and Games. Through its WIL program, ATMC offers various opportunities to current students to help them gain experience of operating within a real busiess environment, and develop the skills and experiences that are valued by employers.

ATMC appreciates the ongoing support our industry partners provide to students by providing them project opportunities and internships. Their contribution towards shaping the next generation of the Australian workforce is extremely valuable.

ASTS Technology |  Innova Sierra  |  AAMEYS  |  After Office | Beyond Teaching | Two Minds 

ATMC actively seeks opportunities to engage with industry partners to source projects for their students. If you have any project ideas that you would like our students to implement, please email our Work Integrated Learning Coordinator.


Australia

Before You Leave

Once your Confirmation of Enrolment comes through and you’ve secured your student visa, it’s time to start thinking of some of the practicalities of travelling to Australia, as you are now set to study abroad.

Packing

It’s worth packing a few mementos from home that will give you some comfort when you’re missing your friends and family, but keep in mind that most airlines have a checked baggage restriction of about 20kg (about 44lb).

The type of clothing you should bring with you depends on the part of the country you will be living in, and the time of year you arrive. The Australian summer coincides with the first academic semester in February, which is when most international students arrive. This means that you can probably get by with jeans, t-shirts and light jackets. If you arrive in time for the second academic semester around July, you’ll need to pack some warm jumpers or sweaters, long-sleeved t-shirts and a coat to cope with winter weather. However, Australian winters are mild in comparison to the icy weather you’d encounter in the Northern Hemisphere. Check out www.bom.gov.au for the latest weather information around Australia.

Insurance

Chances are pretty good that your trip will go smoothly and you won’t encounter any problems. Even so, you should plan for the unexpected. Cancelled flights, lost luggage and wallets can end up costing you a lot of time and money, so take out travel insurance before you leave. It won’t guard against bad things happening, but it will protect you against having to cover unexpected costs.

All student visa holders entering Australia must have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of their stay. OSHC will help you pay for any visits to the doctor you may have while in Australia. Go to the Overseas Student Health Cover page for information on what your OSHC will cover.

Money

You should bring enough Australian currency in cash for your first few days, without carry large amounts of cash on you. You should also have easy access to about AU$1500–3,000 in travellers’ cheques (in your name) so that you can start establishing yourself and setting up your new home quickly.
Note that if you are carrying more that AU$10,000, or equivalent currency, you must declare it to Customs officials when you enter Australia.

Short-term accommodation

It’s a good idea to try to organise a permanent place to live before you arrive in Australia. However, you may decide to wait until you arrive to get an idea of distances between your campus and surrounding suburbs, or to inspect private rental accommodation.


Scholarships

Fee support for up to 30% of your university degree

 

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International students will receive up to $17K towards university course fees

The Australian Technical Management College (ATMC) is pleased to announce a continuation of its $8 million philanthropic initiative for international students.

This initiative was developed to provide monetary support for students facing financial stress in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

For the November 2020 semester, enrolling undergraduate and postgraduate students will be eligible for a scholarship ranging from $3,250 to $4,400 every full semester towards the entire Federation University course fees.

This scholarship is available to all onshore ATMC students for Federation University degrees commencing in November 2020 semester.

Scholarship details

  • Students must enrol for the November 2020 semester to secure this scholarship.
  • Available to all onshore ATMC students in Sydney and Melbourne for Federation University degrees.
  • Funding support of up to 30% ($4,400) of Federation University course fees every semester (16% from FedUni + additional tuition scholarship from ATMC).
  • Usual scholarship conditions apply.

Register now >

 

Offshore students receive 20% support towards university course fees

The Australian Technical Management College (ATMC) is pleased to announce a continuation of its $8 million philanthropic initiative for international students.

This initiative was developed to provide monetary support for students facing financial stress in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

For the November 2020 semester, enrolling undergraduate and postgraduate offshore International students will be eligible for a fees discount of 20% every full semester of their entire Federation University course.

This scholarship is available to all offshore ATMC International students enrolling in Federation University degrees commencing in the November 2020 semester.

Scholarship details

  • Students must enrol for the November 2020 semester to secure this scholarship.
  • Available to all offshore ATMC International students for Federation University degrees.
  • Funding support of up to 20% (16% from FedUni + 4% Tuition Scholarship from ATMC) for Federation University course fees every semester.
  • Usual scholarship conditions apply. 

 

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