As a global specialist in the field of student accommodation, we have established ourselves as a leading provider of quality facilities and exciting student communities, with around 45,000 beds across 6 countries.
Campus Living Villages (CLV) portfolio consists of a diverse range of owned and managed sites where residents feel safe, inspired and supported.
Working with our education partners and local authorities, we plan, build and manage bespoke accommodation projects which range from premium, resort style complexes to city-centre havens.
Our success stems from an integrated approach to student accommodation, backed by global expertise in finance, design, development, project management and operations.
Customised options allow institutions to provide much needed accommodation without having to be involved in the cost, risk and complexity of operating and developing student facilities.
We are proud to offer award-winning residential life programs, customer service strategies and socially responsible fundraising and sustainability initiatives for our residents, our partners and our community.
Most of all, we are proud to offer a student experience that will be remembered for years to come.
Allianz Global Assistance – has for over 17 years championed the provision of health cover and assistance services for international students and visitors. We continue to be active in an industry where health and wellbeing underpins a positive student experience. We remain committed to being the partner who will lead with collective thinking and solutions. Our products and services support the vision for Australia to be the destination of choice for international students. We welcome the opportunity to discuss your vision and to share our tailored solutions and our services.
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Blackbullion is the award-winning financial education platform on a mission to empower students to a better financial future through personalised digital learning.
Founded in 2014, Blackbullion supports universities in their key objectives of retention, recruitment and widening participation (diversity).
We work with some of the most impactful universities delivering online financial literacy lessons, in 4 minute sessions, to over 350,000 students, across 2 continents.
The University Crisis Line is an out-of-hours crisis support line specifically designed to meet the needs of the university sector. The Crisis Line service, operated by Lifeline Direct, helps callers find immediate relief from emotional distress and to manage any immediate threats to life or safety, explore coping strategies for the current crisis and open pathways for longer-term solutions. It seeks to achieve these outcomes by supportively engaging with the caller in an empathic, collaborative, empowering process.
The Crisis Line operates when the university’s other support services are closed – overnight on weekdays, a 24 hour service at weekends and public holidays and on agreed days over the Christmas and Easter period.
The service is badged as an integral part of the university’s health services and works closely with other student support services and external agencies to link at risk students with the appropriate care.
The University Crisis Line is currently providing its service to university clients in NSW, Queensland, Victoria and the NT. We are able to provide this essential service very cost effectively and can provide further detail re service parameters and costs upon request. We look forward to seeing you at ISANA – ANZSSA 2017.
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Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne is a public-spirited institution that makes distinctive contributions to society in research, learning and teaching and engagement. It’s consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world, with international rankings of world universities placing it as number 1 in Australia and number 33 in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-2016).
The University is home to some of Australia’s leading outreach education bodies which actively promote links between countries and enhance cross-cultural understanding through seminars, exhibitions, short-courses, international internships and leadership programs.
The International Education and Training Unit (IETU) is a unit within Queensland Government’s, global business agency, Trade and Investment Queensland. Our vision is to build a strong and sustainable international education and training (IET) industry that facilitates global engagement, produces lifelong ambassadors for Queensland, and becomes a key catalyst for growing Queensland’s knowledge economy. IETU provides leadership and is committed to work in partnership with industry providers to grow and enhance the state’s reputation as a leading global provider of international education and training services.
As part of the International Education and Training Strategy to Advance Queensland 2016-2026, key enabling initiatives are supported to achieve an ongoing collaboration with industry. The IET Partnership Fund provides financial support for collaborative initiatives that position Queensland as a leader in international education. The IET Partnership Plan, developed in concert with the sector, aims to align collective marketing and promotional efforts.
Study Queensland (SQ), an initiative of IETU, highlights Queensland as a leading study destination, showcasing excellence in education, quality of life and general information for international students.
IDP Education is a recognised global leader in international student placement services. Assisting international students in gaining access to Australian education since 1969, we currently have a network of 89 international student placement centres and have offices in 32 countries around the world.
A global pioneer in our field, it has always been our goal to make it easy for international students to find, and apply for, their desired courses and institutions in Australia.
Nobody understands the needs of international students in Australia quite like we do, which is why students of any international background come to us to get the best advice when hoping to gain access to the latest courses and institutions.
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IELTS has been helping people in Australia and New Zealand achieve their work, study and migration dreams for over 25 years. IELTS is the most widely used and respected measure of English. Each year, more than 2.9 million people take IELTS globally, with results accepted by more than 10,000 institutions.
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The Bupa group is part of a large, diversified health and care company, servicing over 4 million people in Australia and 14 million people globally. At Bupa, we have a long and proud history of supporting the wellbeing, health and care needs of higher educational institutions and their people. We’ve found that our expert-designed solutions help benefit both staff and students, as well as the educational institution as a whole.
The National Union of Students is the peak representative body for students in post-high school education in Australia. Representing over 1 million students across the country, NUS has made significant progress in the accessibility, equity and quality of the higher education sector since its establishment in 1987. NUS has long fought for the liberation of disadvantaged groups within the sector by campaigning and lobbying around issues pertinent to women, indigenous students, students with disabilities, low SES and ethnically and culturally diverse students.
PTE Academic is the English test trusted by universities, colleges and governments around the world. You can use our test to prove English ability for university and college admissions or as part of a visa application.
Creating excitement and inspiration in the lives of students; Scape is taking PBSA to a new level with a target of over 5,000 beds to open across Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney. Our award-winning architects and interior designers have crafted rooms & communal spaces designed with the student at heart.
headspace Southport is one of a National Network of centres providing free strengths-based mental health support services to young people aged between 12-25 years. The centre aims to reduce the stigma associated with ‘everyday’ mental health issues through education, awareness and practical support, encouraging positive help seeking behaviour.