At UTAS we are committed to the enrichment that cultural diversity offers to the university community. At all times, we will respect the culture and worldview of those with whom we deal.
Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) students are not international students - they are citizens or permanent residents of Australia; many are voluntary migrants, while some have entered Australia on Humanitarian Visas after being refugees. At UTAS, CALD students make up around 10% of the student body.
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- I am a CALD, migrant or Humanitarian entrant student. What do I do for orientation?
- How can the Student Advice team help CALD students succeed at university?
- English is not my first language - How do I know if my English is good enough?
- Can I get extra help with my English language skills while studying?