The coronavirus outbreak is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation, and Deakin College is responding daily to the guidance of health experts and advice from Deakin University. The health and well-being of students and staff is Deakin College’s highest priority. We acknowledge the anxiety and stress the COVID-19 situation is causing everyone in the community. We will continue to work hard to support all of the Deakin College community and communicate with them regularly as the COVID-19 outbreak unfolds.
We will continue to follow the advice of the Indonesian Government and will be providing online classes until further notice. Our priority remains the health and safety of our students and staff. The return to on-campus teaching will be in line with Government regulations.
If you are an international student, you have the opportunity to study online from your home country and possibly reduce your study load if you feel you are not coping. You need to speak send an email to your Academic Services at firstname.lastname@example.org. You are also expected to be committed to attending online classes in Jakarta time and have stable internet access to access your Deakin College emails and study materials.
If you are a domestic student, speak with the Academic Services before making your decision. There may be ways we can support you to get through this trimester.
Yes, Deakin College and Deakin University continue to operate, however, all our teaching and support services have temporarily moved online. We will keep our students, staff, and community updated with new information as it comes to hand.
Online learning refers to learning delivered on a computer via the internet and therefore does not require students to be physically present at a school, college or university in order to attain an education. Classes, assessments, and exams are conducted online.
Deakin College will continue to follow the advice of the Indonesian Government and will be providing online classes until further notice. Our priority remains the health and safety of our students and staff. The return to on-campus teaching will be in line with Government regulations.
The shift to online teaching and learning is a change for both staff and students. However, it is important to know that Deakin College is offering more than lectures and tutorials – we provide webinars, workshops, and individual study support through learning mentors and learning
advisors. We also conduct social activities to support and maintain your well-being. The staff at Deakin College encourage you to ask questions and are ready to provide support and guidance as needed.
The College has moved 100% online and teaching is continuing as per students’ original timetable via Zoom. All of the Deakin College support services are still available, just online. Students can contact us in the usual way.