To reduce your exposure to COVID-19, we ask students, staff and visitors to take all necessary precautions advised by the public health experts. For information on how to reduce your exposure, click on the link below:
If you are unable to travel to Australia for the start of your intake due to travel restrictions, or have recently returned from overseas, please refer to the information below.
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Students who are unable to arrive or return to campus in time for your intake start date, a leave of absence may be requested.
It is important to keep up to date with the information Greenwich College is sending out regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, our campus operations, and class delivery. If your inbox is full or you have unsubscribed to our newsletters, you may not receive our emails.
Helping to stop the spread of COVID-19 is something that we can all do. The Australian Government has developed this helpful infographic so you can understand and identify the symptoms of COVID-19.
If you become unwell and think you may have symptoms of COVID-19, seek medical attention. Call your local Medical Centre to book an appointment with a Doctor. Tell your Doctor about your symptoms, travel history and if you have had any recent contact with someone who has been diagnosed with the COVID-19.
For more information on COVID-19, contact your state public health agency:
For practical tips on how you can stop the spread and stay healthy, watch this helpful video from the Australian Government.
Please find below important information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, our campus operations and class delivery. If you have any further questions, please contact your Student Services team.
You should restrict activities outside your home, except for seeking medical care. You should not go to work, school, or public areas. You should not use public transportation, taxis or ride-sharing services.
When in self-isolation, you should monitor yourself for symptoms. Watch for:
• shortness of breath (difficulty breathing)
• other early symptoms (chills, body aches, sore throat, headache and runny nose, muscle pain or diarrhoea).
If you develop symptoms and it is a medical emergency (e.g. shortness of breath at rest or difficulty breathing) you should call 000. Alert ambulance staff of your travel/contact history.
Click here to read our Home Isolation Guidance information.
We encourage you to contact Greenwich Student Services to discuss what options are available for you to defer your studies.
If you require additional time to complete your studies (beyond your visa expiry date) you will need to apply for a new student visa with a new Confirmation of Enrolment. Contact Greenwich Student Services for further details.
Across our campuses, Greenwich has distributed information on how you can reduce your exposure to illness. Additional anti-bacterial hand gel dispensers have been placed strategically around the campuses.
All Greenwich College campuses are closed since 21/12/2021 with classes being held 100% online.
Greenwich College campuses will re-open on Monday, 14th February 2022, unless we are directed otherwise by the Australian Government.
Student attendance will not be recorded for the weeks affected by the campus closures. However, students are expected to attend their online classes to maintain their academic progress and comply with visa requirements.
Please be aware that English students are returning to face to face classes on the same date that campuses will reopen, which is on the 14th February 2022. While vocational students will return only in mid-July 2022.
Greenwich English College has chosen Zoom and Canvas for Greenwich Management College for online delivery. It’s easy and can be done on a computer, tablet or even a phone!
For more information about online classes visit:
It is important to keep up to date with the information Greenwich College is sending out regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, our campus operations, and class delivery.
If your inbox is full or you have unsubscribed to our newsletters, you may not receive our emails.
To ensure you keep up to date, please read our latest communication below: