We’re here to support you.

NMC is committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of our staff and students amid the ongoing current Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic emergency.

The Victorian Government announced that a state of disaster is declared from 6pm Sunday 2 August, with the introduction of Stage 4 restrictions in Metropolitan Melbourne. Accordingly, NMC is delivering all its through online delivery only, until further advice.

We’ll keep you updated as much we can during this challenging times via email or via sms. We recommend that you check you emails regularly. 

We’re here to support you

If you are experiencing any difficulty, academic or personal, during this tough time, please do not hesitate to contact the student support staff or your trainer first up. You can contact NMC via an email support@nmc.edu.au or call 9329 8860. Alternatively, raise you concern to your trainer. Well address you concern as a priority and assist you the best possible way or refer you to an appropriate external professional if necessary. Remember, you’re not alone!

Health information and advice

 
Victoria’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) website provides health information and advice on Coronavirus (COVID-19) in English and multiple languages for people in Victoria.

It is important you follow the health guidelines and the restrictions to protect yourself and others from Coronavirus. This incudes, following hand hygiene, wearing masks, maintain social distance and getting tested if you see any symptoms.

To find out more about the latest measures and restrictions in place in Victoria, please visit the Department of Health and Human Services website.
  
If you are in Victoria and you think you may have the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) call the dedicated coronavirus hotline – open 24 hours, 7 days – 1800 675 398.

COVID-19 health costs waiver
To ensure payment issues are not a barrier for people from overseas with symptoms of COVID-19 seeking early medical advice, Victorian hospitals will waive the costs of treatment for overseas travellers, including international students, who fall ill in Australia (and are not eligible for Medicare) and do not have adequate insurance coverage. Seeking medical treatment will not impact your student visa.
 
International students on a student visa can also contact your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) insurance provider for advice on your health cover and services available.