International Student-Semester affected by COVID-19 ( advice )

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International Student-Semester affected by COVID-19 ( advice )


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Old 03-18-2020, 12:07 PM
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Hi,

I'm International student enrolled in bachelor of design at RMIT Melbourne. Due to COVID-19 my subjects are all switched to online teaching. Some of the subject who are supposed to be held at studio are transformed to be online. The teachers have suggested that the assessments score will be less strict this semester because of that reason.

As International student I'm faced to pay HIGH fees for this subjects and I'm definitely not happy that I have to do them online without most of the equipment at the studio facilities. Also due to COVID-19 I've been left without work since my job had to close the business, which puts me in a big hard position to pay for something that I won't get what I'm suppose to.

Does anyone have experience how to approach this the right way, I have a week left till my payment due date and really don't know what to do.

The uni is standing strong behind the idea that everything will go smooth online. And there must be a VERY strong reason if I want to delay payments.


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