LCI Melbourne offers a supportive, friendly learning environment. Class sizes are kept small to facilitate optimum learning. Our tutors get to know each student and are readily able to monitor class attendance and academic progress, intervening promptly with remedial measures to get students back on track should problems arise.
When necessary, students experiencing difficulties that are affecting their studies can access confidential personal counselling funded or subsidised by LCI Melbourne. These difficulties may relate to personal, health, relationship or academic issues.
Our administration staff members are caring professionals interested in the welfare of the students. They can refer students to appropriate facilities and services offered in the campus vicinity. The International Student Coordinator liaises with LCI Melbourne’s international students and provides information, advice and referrals regarding health cover, accommodation, enrolment or any problems they might have adjusting to life in Australia.
The best place to start is LCI Melbourne's Student Support Manager, either in person, by email: derrick.shaw@ or by phone (03 9676 9000). Our Student Support Manager will determine the best way to assist with whatever issue you have. For example:
LCI Melbourne also has trained First Aid personnel, IT and technical support, and Contact Officers (male and female) who can offer advice about issues such as discrimination, bullying or harassment.
Yes. LCI Melbourne provides personal counselling services and mental health support for students though . This service is confidential and fully subsidised by LCI Melbourne via a simple referral system for further information contact Student Support Manager.
Telephone: (03) 9654 7360
Legal advice is available from on (03) 9269 0120
Emergency contact numbers for medical and other personal help can be downloaded here: Emergency Contact Information sheet (PDF).