Orientation Week


Welcome and congratulation on your acceptance to study at MIT. We are thrilled that you are joining us. Come along to our orientation program to find out more about life at MIT.

Prior to the day:

Getting to MIT

MIT Melbourne

MIT Melbourne campus is located at the historical - Argus Building at 288 La Trobe Street, on the corner of Elizabeth and La Trobe Streets. Entrance is via the La Trobe Street side.

Melbourne Central Railway Station is conveniently located directly opposite MIT. You may also get there via tram routes 19, 57 and 59 down Elizabeth St and get off at Stop 5.
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MIT Sydney

The MIT Sydney campus is located in Sydney’s Central Business District (CBD) next to the Darling Harbour, one of the city’s largest shopping, food and entertainment precincts.
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Bringing important documents

Ensure you bring all important documents you need to enrol at MIT. See ‘What to bring on Orientation day’.

Preparing for higher education life:

MIT has a variety of support services available to support students throughout their higher education life. If at any time you feel unsure, please feel free to contact one of our friendly staff.

Study Assist Program

This program consists of weekly workshops focussed on a range of academic study skills as well as discipline specific help to help you develop your skills as a higher education student. Areas for skill development include time management, presentations skills, assignment preparation and exam preparation. For more information, click here.

Welfare and Counselling Support

We understand that at times you may feel uneasy about certain things in life and need to talk to someone about it. MIT has free, confidential counselling services available to students to provide support in all areas including mental health, study issues, homesickness, exam stress, motivation and much more. For more information, click here.

Buddy Program

To help ease your transition to Melbourne or MIT, we have Senior Buddies who are readily available to assist you in the first 4 weeks of classes. This is a great chance to meet other new students and receive support in this exciting new environment! For more information, click here.

What to bring on Orientation day:

  1. Proof of citizenship – your original or a copy of either your Australian Citizenship certificate, Australian Passport or birth certificate
  2. Tax File Number (TFN) - If you are planning to apply for Fee-Help, bring your Tax File Number or a Proof of Application. If you do not already have a TFN, there will be application forms available in your Orientation Pack
  3. MIT Offer Letter
  4. Academic documents – academic transcripts, completion letters and certificates of previous studies

Click here to view your Orientation Schedule (MIT Melbourne Students)

  1. Passport – Identity information page with photo and personal details, and page with overseas address on it
  2. Visa grant letter
  3. Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE)
  4. Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) – Bring your OSHC card or membership details including the fund, membership number and expiry date
  5. Student Plan - If you have provisional credit/s

Click here to view your Orientation Schedule (MIT Melbourne Students)
Click here to view your Orientation Schedule (MIT Sydney Students)
Click here to view your Orientation Schedule (FedUni Sydney Students)