Australia’s world class education system. Those impacted by the COVID-19 emergency can contact or 1300 981 621 (9am to 5pm AEDST Monday to Friday).:

Support and wellbeing Access to superannuation for international students On 4 April 2020, the Government announced international students who have been in Australia for longer than 12 months and who find themselves in financial hardship during the coronavirus crisis will be able to access their Australian superannuation.

For more information see the announcement

Health and wellbeing support To find out how you can seek help if you are experiencing distress, anxiety or concern as an international student as a result of COVID-19, read the Support for international students affected by coronavirus fact sheet.

Support for international students affected by coronavirus

General information

This page contains information for international students about travelling to Australia, what support is available for those affected by COVID-19 and other helpful resources. General information for international students outside Australia, and those in the country, is available in the Advice for international students travelling to Australia fact sheet.  Advice for international students travelling to Australia

For more information that might help you as an international student, read our Frequently Asked Questions.  Coronavirus FAQs for international students

For the latest COVID 19 news, updates and advice from Australian Government agencies, please visit the Australian Government website

For health advice including cleaning protocols, please visit the Department of Health website

For more information on emergency management please visit the Emergency Management page at the Department of Home Affairs website .

For information on the outbreak of COVID-19 please visit the World Health Organisation’s website .

Information about how eligible businesses can access JobKeeper support is detailed on the Treasury website. Find out how the Australian Government is supporting small businesses to retain their apprentices and trainees through a wage subsidy.

For general advice and updates to Australia’s immigration and border arrangements during the COVID-19 outbreak, please refer to the Department’s website:  .