Student Support:

Student Services Australia:

The Director of Studies, student contact officer, teaching staff and administrative staff of the College are available to provide general advice and assistance with matters such as studying, homework, English language problems and counselling. Students requiring special or intensive assistance must contact the Director of Studies or the student contact officer who may refer them to external support services if required. The College offers a range of facilities and services to help students adjust and make most of their experience at the college


Our average class size is around 20 students which is the recommended class size to incorporate the exchange of ideas, higher levels of student engagement and achievement..

Time tables

Time tables vary for each course. Classes are usually held 3 days a week allowing you to have time to explore the city, undertake extra study or work .

Student Facilities

  • Microwave ovens
  • Refrigerator
  • Filtered Water
  • The computer rooms are located at the college to provide students with high speed internet access via their own secure login. Webcams and head phones are available on request to keep in touch with family and friends.

Student ID Cards:

If you are a full time student, you are entitled to a student ID card. This card allows student concession rates for entertainment and also travel. Your photo is taken at an orientation session and your ID card is issued within 2 working days.

College Orientation

College orientation is conducted prior to the beginning of each term. Its purpose is to fully inform new students of most aspects of life at the College and to provide an introduction to studying. In addition College staff will be introduced, a tour of the College and the local area will take place and an opportunity to ask questions will be given. At orientation students receive their individual, comprehensive orientation pack, information on their class timetable and student ID card. It is essential that you attend the orientation program otherwise you may miss out on important information that may affect your study.

Counselling support:

Einstein College of Australia offers free counselling service to all its students. The college has qualified staff to counsel students who require additional support on a range of issues from academic to personal.

Employment Assistance:

The student welfare officer is keen to help students to gain experience while studying at Einstein College of Australia. Job vacancies are published on our student notice boards from time to time.

Emergency Assistance:

In case of emergency, the CEO Mr Hari Bellomkonda is available to all students, staff or Emergency Services 24 hours a day on 0433745128