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Orientation at MIHE

The orientation program is highly interactive and informative program and it will allow as many new students to participate as possible. It will include welcoming, informative, social and academic activities including:


On arrival students will be taken to the Foyer for Registration. Students must present relevant forms of identification such as drivers license (for domestic students) or their passport and visa (for international students) to register their attendance. Students will be provided an Orientation Welcome Pack containing a combination of formal documents (such as MIHE Student Handbook and Forms) and informal information such as Victoria Transport System information and maps regarding trains, trams and buses accessible within walking distance of the Campus.

Photo ID

Students will then be directed to the photo booth. Photos to be taken and Student ID Cards will be made. Students will receive their Student ID Card immediately.

Welcome Session

The Dean will then hold a session welcoming student to MIHE. The Dean will also introduce key MIHE staff associated with academic leadership and administration of commencing students such as the Course Director, Librarian, Administration Manager, Administration Officer, Student Welfare and Support Officer and relevant teaching staff.

Services available to Students

Following the Welcome Session, the Student Welfare and Support Officer will further inform students about campus facilities, support services and resources available such as academic skills support, library services, computer lab, counselling and personal wellbeing services that is available to them.

Emergency, health services and legal services

A guest presenter preferably Police or someone from Legal services will address the students and will discuss emergency, health services and legal services.

Introduction To Computers

The Administration Officer will conduct this session. In this session, they will verify/update student files with current address and phone numbers in Australia. The Administration Officer will create MIHE student emails accounts and provide students their log-in details. Students must be advised that all official communication from MIHE regarding the student’s academic progress will be sent to the student’s MIHE email account. In this session, students will be introduced to the Moodle and information available on the MIHE website. Students will also be reminded that they need to have access to computers outside of MIHE campus opening hours so that they can continue their studies outside of MIHE campus opening hours.

Course Details

Students will be addressed by the Course Director about course information, academic integrity requirements, academic progress requirements, policies and processes. The Course Director will inform students about deferring, suspending or cancelling enrolments by students or by MIHE. This session must include information on exclusion from the course and cancellation of enrolment. Students must be advised that MIHE can cancel or suspend enrolment for 18 misbehaviour which includes non-payment of fees and cancel enrolment for not
meeting academic progress rules. In this session students will be provided information on academic integrity and academic misconduct to ensure that they are fully aware of their responsibilities and consequences. The number of units, timetable and attendance requirements will also be discussed in this session

Student Representatives

Student representatives from existing students will participate actively in the Orientation. In this session, Student Representatives will discuss student clubs and social activities and life as a MIHE student. In this session students will be given opportunities to interact and engage with other students.

Please refer to the International Student Handbook and Domestic Student Handbook for more information on MIHE’s Orientation program.

Course Information Guide