Make an appointment with International Student Services
International Student Officer (ISO) appointments are available on each metropolitan campus. ISOs work with students to address a range of issues and can assist with advice about on-arrival transport to your accommodation, your transition to life in Adelaide and study at UniSA, student visa and health cover requirements and work rights in Australia.
International Student Officer Appointment
You can consult an International Student Officer by booking a 15 minute appointment. You can make an appointment in advance by visiting or phoning the Learning and Teaching Unit on your campus. When booking an appointment you will need to provide your name and student ID number.
If you miss your orientation to UniSA program, you will need to register your arrival with an International Student Officer at the Learning and Teaching Unit on your home campus.
Please note that during busy periods of the year appointments with LTU staff are filled quickly. In order for us to meet your needs, please ensure that you plan your consultations ahead of time. Appointments can be scheduled up to two weeks in advance. Urgent personal issues which require a counsellor will be dealt with immediately.
If you are unable to attend an appointment please contact the Learning and Teaching Unit and cancel or, if necessary, reschedule your appointment.
If you have a quick query you can email the Learning and Teaching Unit at: LTU-ISO@unisa.edu.au
Student letter request
If you require a letter (e.g. proof of your student status; invitation for a family visit) please complete the online student letter request form. Note that if you require a letter of completion, you will need to go to Campus Central.
If it is your first contact with the International Student Support team
Students are advised to prepare for their appointment
- Read the online resources available for international students on the LTU website
- Bring any relevant information or supporting documentation such as letters and visa documents
- Bring your UniSA student ID card.
What we do...
- provide information and advice about living and studying in Australia
- provide orientation to UniSA
- provide information and advice about student visa requirements
- provide information and advice about Overseas Student Health Cover
- provide referral to other useful resources.
What we don't do...
- answer questions about Permanent Residency (PR) or other visa types
- provide documentation for your PR application
- provide completion letters and personal references
- answer questions specific to your academic course or program
- provide legal advice or advocacy.