Yoshihiro Nakamura

Diego

COLUMBIA

"Holmesglen gave me the opportunity to learn about the real Australian work environment, but also I enjoyed studying in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere."

Erica Hsieh

TAIWAN

"Melbourne is a fantastic place to live in. The people are all friendly and caring, and the multicultural aspect makes it a very diverse place to live and study in. I feel that every day in Melbourne is different, and some of my new friends that I’ve met here are truly fantastic."

Gail kampengele

Kelly

UNITED KINGDOM

"I would recommend anyone thinking of studying abroad to think of Australia and Holmesglen. Let’s face it, who doesn’t want Christmas in the sun!"

Renato Chagas Prieto

Oscar

PERU

"I really enjoyed my time at Holmesglen. Firstly, because of the people I met, from all over the world and between some of us we developed a truthful lasting friendship."

Efrain Froilan Carasas Castillo

Vanesiah

INDONESIA

"The lecturers at Holmesglen are wonderful. They are friendly, approachable, supportive and willing to help. It’s such a great experience to be taught by people who are at the forefront of their filed."

Monitoring Attendance

The National Code requires Holmesglen to systematically monitor the attendance of its, ELICOS and school sector (VCE) students.

Students are required to maintain a minimum of 80% attendance over their course of study.
 Students identified at risk of not achieving 80% attendance will be notified on a fortnightly basis.

Students who fail to improve and achieve 80% attendance over a study period would receive a notice of Intent to Cancel Enrolment for breach of their student visa conditions. This notice will provide students with 20 working days to access Holmesglen’s Complaints and Appeals process. 
 

Where non-attendance was as a result of illness evidenced by a medical certificate or other exceptional compassionate circumstances a copy of relevant documentation is required.  

For students who do not lodge an appeal or if an appeal is unsuccessful, Holmesglen must notify the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) via PRISMS that the student has not achieved satisfactory attendance.
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