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NIT Australia Covid-19 Updates

NIT Australia continues to closely monitor the impact of COVID-19 and is following the latest advice by the state and federal authorities. The health, safety and well-being of our staff, students and community continue to be our priority and NIT will keep its decision making consistent with the latest government advice and will keep on communicating updated information in due course.

Please select the appropriate tab below to find information relevent to you:

Please check the Government websites for the latest updates at www.wa.gov.au and www.healthywa.wa.gov.au.

NIT is vigilant and will take all precautionary measures to keep our students, staff and community safe.

NIT will keep on cautiously monitoring the conditions and the government advice. NIT may decide to move to online delivery mode if the Government imposes further lockdown, imposes stricter restrictions or there is a health and safety risk to NIT students and staff amidst COVID-19.

Be COVID-Safe at all times

All staff and students are advised to comply with all COVID-19 government instructions.

COVID-19 Related Resources

A list of useful resources regarding COVID-19 and health guidelines are available from the Western Australian Government’s coronavirus website.

Regularly updated information can also be found on the state Department of Health’s website.

 

Information for students who will not be able to enter Perth, Western Australia due to COVID-19 border restrictions

Due to COVID-19 border restrictions in Australia or Western Australia, international students may NOT be allowed to enter Perth, Western Australia.

Offshore (outside Australia) students/applicants who are planning to enrol with NIT:

If you are planning to enrol with NIT but are currently outside of Australia, and think that you may not be able to enter Perth, Western Australia by your planned course start date, we advise you to contact our team via contact details available on NIT’s website.

 Australian Government’s update regarding student visas amidst COVID-19:

  • The Government has recommenced granting student visas in all locations lodged outside Australia. This means when borders re-open, students will already have visas and be able to make travel arrangements.
  • We recommend you to check Student Visa advice on the Australian Government’s website for detailed information.

Due to the COVID-19 situation, NIT has temporarily changed the ACS Professional Year Program delivery mode to blended mode (a combination of face-to-face (on-campus) classes and online (virtual) sessions) until further notice.

The number of face-to-face and online sessions are pre-determined based on the requirements of training delivery and assessments.

For detailed information and FAQs please refer to the ACS Professional Year Program training delivery during COVID-19 document.

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