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Kent Street

Trimester 3, Subject Selection is now open


Select your subjects early to secure your preferred place in your classes. 

Visit the Subject Selection page for a guide on how to enrol in your classes.

The COVID-19 situation is constantly evolving.

We are committed to offering face-to-face learning. In cases where your state is impacted by lockdown or restrictions, classes will be delivered online. Face-to-face classes will resume as soon as we receive government advice that it is safe to do so.

Lockdown and restriction updates will be published on your campus page.

Greater Sydney COVID-19 update - online learning for the rest of 2021

Our Sydney campuses will remain closed until further notice and online learning will continue in T3 until the end of the year. 


As soon as restrictions are lifted and it is safe to do so, we will open campuses for practical classes and applied sessions, drop-in activities and for students to make use of shared facilities.

This will undoubtedly be difficult news for everyone in NSW, especially those in Greater Sydney. It is more important than ever to keep communication lines open and connect virtually with your lecturers, classmates, friends and family. 

We are here to support you and we will continue to get through this as a community. If you need extra support during this time, please remember our Student Counselling Team can help you. All support services will continue to be available online. For further information, call the Contact Centre on 1300 575 803.

If you would like company while you study, there are regular Virtual Study Groups available where you can connect with other students. Details available here.

There are extra requirements for our nursing students to be aware of as well regarding vaccinations and their placements. Please ensure you keep an eye on the Nursing section of this page on the Student Hub

Kent St campus workshops

There are no campus specific workshops scheduled at this time.


Kent St campus - News and Information

Week 2

Week 3


Academic integrity competition

The Route to Academic Integrity Student Competition is OPEN 

As part of our commitment to promote and foster our students’ (that’s you!) academic integrity as an integral part of the learning journey, we are launching an exciting new competition! 
Students from Torrens University Australia, Think Education and Media Design School from any discipline are invited to develop a short video or A3 poster to highlight the importance of Academic Integrity. There will be a $1000 AUD gift card awarded to the best individual poster, best individual video and the best group (max 4 students) submission.  
This competition is officially OPEN for all students, with submissions closing on Friday 8 October 2021.
Visit the submission page for more details. 

Laptop screen with online workshop

Success Coach Workshops & Webinars - T3 2021 2021

Discover the secrets for study and career success from industry leaders, Torrens students and alumni plus our very own high performance strengths and career coaches.

View the schedule on the Success Coach page.



Virtual study group

Join a Virtual Study Group

Looking for a study buddy, someone to keep you in check and help you avoid the dreaded study procrastination? 

If so, join one of our Virtual Study Groups. Check the details and full schedule.

Voices of Kent St

We want to hear from you! Provide feedback on your studies, events you have participated in, or anything else related to your campus experience.

Share your thoughts with Rudhra at 


"Being a member of the SRC is a privilege and an opportunity. It is one of the most significant experiences I have had as an international student at Torrens University.

I think it is a world-class education when you get the chance to engage with diverse populations and to provide these students a platform for asserting their voices on campus.

SRC is an excellent mechanism for mustering student input, representing my fellow students and seeing the impact and how things work.

It was my absolute honour to sit side by side with different TU Campus Directors across Sydney during the recent SRC Summit, learn and exchange ideas and make decisions with them. Working with a network of passionate leaders is fun and overwhelming. It enhances my leadership skills and accelerates my confidence!"

- Luz Devilleres, SRC, MBA/MPH student 


Spotlight: Toastmasters @ Torrens

"At Torrens University Australia we have an amazing club named Toastmasters@Torrens where students, staff, alumni and visitors can come to learn and mentor each other. Each club member takes pride to polish their personalities and build their confidence.

Honorable members and guests are provided with an opportunity to create a positive mindset as future leaders. Toastmasters aims to provide members and guests a safe and friendly environment to enhance leadership qualities such as speaking, note taking and personal development. Each existing and new member brings new perspectives to the club which is the core value of Toastmasters At Torrens

We, the Executive Officers and members, encourage you to visit your own university club at Torrens University!"

Nayyer Mahmood Shah, President of Toastmasters Club 


"Joining the Toastmasters Club at Torrens not only helped me gain confidence in public speaking but also helped me to develop my leadership skills.

Firstly, I have become more comfortable to express myself with different intonation, expressions and body language to get the message across, and to deliver my presentation in front of an audience effectively. As a result, I was the only student who received a High Distinction in Project Management Capstone Presentation in my trimester.

Secondly, Toastmasters also runs classes to help students develop their leadership skills and to know how to formally run a business meeting.

Joining Toastmasters@Torrens club can help students to improve both their presentation and leadership skills, which are the two most essential skills that all employers seek.

Therefore, I urge all students to join Toastmasters @ Torrens Club today to reap the benefits and maximize their potentials."

- Nguyen Xuan Ngoc Huynh, Vice-President of Toastmasters Club


"During my studies at Torrens University, Toastmasters helped me gain confidence in speaking English, and I improved my IELTS speaking score to 6.5. Toastmasters has helped me to be more confident while I pursue my passion for social justice.

The experience I gained at Toastmasters has helped me to share my knowledge as a lecturer, and given me the courage to mentor young students from my home country, Vietnam." 

- Thi My Linh Le, Secretary of Toastmasters Club 


Event spotlight: Success Week 

"I attended three sessions during Success Week, namely Professional Branding, Grad Connection and the One-on-One Resume builder with David Choe. I thoroughly enjoyed all sessions, and found them very interesting and informative. It was an eye-opener for me as it made me realise the importance of creating my own professional brand, and how I can make LinkedIn and Facebook work for me. 

The session on Grad Connection made me realise that if I want to get a job in my field of study with a reputable company, networking will give me the opportunity to connect with industry professionals."

- Andreea Leibov, MBA/MPM student

"Torrens University periodically organises Success Week where students are provided with a number of professional development seminars. I participated in the Grad Connection workshop. It is a platform and website to help students who have graduated find job opportunities that match their degree.

The presenter, Zoey, was fantastic, and enthusiastic. I really appreciated how she went above and beyond. She was fabulous in explaining the content, giving us tips and highlighting the common mistakes to avoid as a graduate. The highlight of the session was information she shared about LinkedIn, and Emotional Intelligence. She shared personal moments of her career as examples which was honest and warm."

- Claudia De Luca, MBAA student

We are a collective of volunteer students that advocate for positive change in the student community and strive to create an inclusive and dynamic study environment.

Here's what we're about

As students, we're all here to gain skills and pursue our career goals. The ability to bring our thoughts and ideas directly to management, and to exist in an inclusive community can help make our study experience great.

Your Student Representative Council (SRC)works together to make our community a better place. We achieve this by working within our three pillars: Community, Advocacy and Decision Making.

We do things like:

  • Bringing community events to life
  • Hosting fundraising initiatives
  • Helping the campus make better decisions for students
  • Advocating and representing the student body

Your feedback is important

To fulfil our role as student advocates, we need to hear from you.

Share with us your thoughts, comments and suggestions on how we can make your student experience even better.

Provide feedback to your SRC


Check out our Kent St SRC Facebook and Instagram! 

Keep up to date with the latest events happening around Kent St (and occasional drop-ins from our Sydney SRC teams)

Have a chance to get yourself and your content featured, connect with your fellow students, and be apart of our Kent St Family. 

Give us a follow!  Keep up to date with your representatives, and have your voice heard.
Got some feedback to give? Chuck us a DM on Insta or Facebook!

Get updates like: 

  • Events organised by your SRC team 
  • Updates from around Kent St
  • Local and Online Events
  • Competitions (with a chance to win prizes) 
    ... And more ... 

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 Facebook - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  Torrens Kent St SRC  - @kentStsrc   


Joining the SRC is a great way to get involved in your community, meet awesome people, build your leadership skills and contribute to helping the student body get heard.

If you are interested in becoming part of the SRC, please write to 

What is being an SRC member like?

That's a great question! And we're glad you asked it. Watch the short video below to get a taste for SRC life.


Perks of joining the SRC

Being an SRC member comes with its share of rewards. Not only are you able to make lasting friendships and have an impact on your community, you will also benefit from:

  • A chance to develop your leadership skills
  • Actively working to make your campus a great place to be
  • Learning about teamwork and developing your organisational skills
  • Being able to access exclusive development workshops for SRC members
  • Being formally recognised for your contribution to the campus 



We have a great series of workshops each trimester to assist you with your study skills, course skills, and wellbeing.

Study Success Sessions

We’re excited to offer you online workshops to help develop essential study skills. These include time management, critical thinking, referencing and much more.

Check out the full schedule.

 Success Coach Sessions

We’re excited to offer you online workshops to help keep you connected.

Check out the  full schedule of workshops schedule for your course/area.

 International Student Virtual Support Sessions

We are excited to offer our new International Students virtual support sessions.  If you have questions about student visa study requirement, OSHC, subject selection, the learning portal (Blackboard), your student email or anything else then please join us at one of our virtual support sessions. You will be able to talk to us in real time and get an instant response.

View the full schedule here. All workshops are listed in Sydney time (AEST)

Alternatively feel free to email us at or book a private session here.

 Wellbeing - Virtual Guided Meditation Sessions

Tune in for our daily virtual meditation session with our counsellors from across the nation. Take this time to introduce a little peace and calmness in your busy schedule to feel rejuvenated for the day ahead.

Check the daily meditation schedule at the Counselling page.


Our campus features three levels of dedicated learning spaces with open areas lending themselves to collaboration and well-equipped classrooms.

Your space is shared amongst Nursing, English Language and post-graduate Business students.

During your time at Kent St you can look forward to:

  • Small class sizes with direct access to academic staff
  • Dynamic online learning with on-demand access to your course materials
  • Opportunities to hear from industry professionals.

Find your way around your campus


Levels 2, 3 & 4, 333 Kent St Sydney

Come to level 3 to see Student Services

Public transport:
Wynyard Station
5 minute walk

Regular buses and trains, day and night




Plan your trip:

Campus Wi-Fi:

We provide free WiFi at the Kent St Campus so you can access the internet on your own devices. 

IT requirements

You will need a computer to:

  • access digital learning resources
  • access video and audio recordings
  • submit and complete online assessments
  • participate in classroom discussion and collaboration via online communication and collaboration tools.

Minimum IT requirements for studying online

Computer hardware
  • Access to a desktop, laptop or tablet computer
  • Speakers or headset
  • Microphone
  • Web camera
Operating system
  • Mac users: OSX 10.8 and above
  • PC users: Windows 7 and above

A reliable, high-speed broadband internet connection, with sufficient upload and download capacity.

Contact your internet service provider if you have concerns about your data allowance or internet speed.

Web browser The recommended web browser to access Blackboard (your Learning Portal) is Firefox, in addition some audio PowerPoints will require Google Chrome.

Office software to create documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Office 365 is available as a free download as part of your student account.

There may also be software required for your specific course. Your Learning Facilitator will advise you of this when you start studying.


If you do not have your own computer, there are two labs on campus you are welcome to use when here. 

For IT troubleshooting, visit student services on campus.

Learning Portal (Blackboard)

Find out how to get help with Blackboard here.

Your safety is our highest priority. To ensure you stay safe and know what to do in the case of an emergency please read through the information below.

Student Safety

To ensure you stay safe on and off campus we recommend you take the following precautions:

  • Avoid being on campus or travelling alone at night
  • Be alert and aware of your surroundings
  • Avoid dark, vacant and deserted areas
  • If an incident does occur please let a member of staff know so we can support you and work alongside local police to minimise risk and promote safety.

Security on campus

After hours emergency, call 000.

  • Wear your student ID card at all times
  • Never leave your belongings unattended
  • Do not bring unnecessary valuables to campus
  • Report suspicious behaviour or anything you feel may be unsafe
  • Report all injuries and incident to Student Services and complete an incident report form
  • If you need assistance or to report any medical conditions, please see student services (Eg. insulin, asthma inhaler, medication)

Kent St Campus - Counselling Service

How to contact your counsellor

If you are feeling stressed or need support, don't forget our campus provides free and confidential counselling to all students enrolled in Australia.

Counsellor's hours​

  • Make an online or telephone appointment with Kent St Counsellor, Susan E. Anderson, via the booking link here.

For more information on the counselling services offered, please see the Counselling service page on the Student Hub here or contact 


Date: 11 August, 2020


10 Ways to Lift Your Spirits
and Strengthen Your Resilience!


  1. Do 10 minutes of exercise: Just a quick ten minutes of exercise. Even a quick run up and down stairs, or standing up and stretching and walking about for a bit, will give you an energy boost and get the endorphins going.
  2. Write down a goal: Hope is a very important part of being resilient, so set goals and have something to aim for. If you are feeling a bit low, think of something that would like to achieve and create a goal.
  3. List your accomplishments: Sometimes you just need to remember all the positive things that you have achieved in your life so making a list to remind yourself will give you a confidence boost.
  4. Relive your best memory: Focus on a wonderful, happy memory and take a few minutes to dwell on it. Go through all of the details and relive the experience in your mind and see how good it makes you feel.
  5. Write your thoughts down. A good way to release anxieties and worries is to write them down. This will help you to be able to put them into perspective and tangibly take hold of what is worrying you and work out how you can turn it around.
  6. Breathe deeply: Learn a proper breathing technique and take time each day, especially if you feel stressed, to focus on your breathing. It is healing for the body and mind.
  7. Listen to uplifting music: There are some great pieces of music and songs that can really make you feel better. Songs that you can sing along to with positive lyrics work really well.
  8. Drink water: Drink a large glass of water. This will rehydrate you, will flush out all the unwanted toxins and give you more energy.
  9. Look upwards and outwards: When you feel down it is usually where you will be looking! So lift your head up and look upwards and outwards. Noticing the world and everything around you will make you feel ten times better.
  10. Plan your day: This is something that works so well. Plan and prioritize three things that you know you want to achieve. Plan them in the morning or the night before and see what you have accomplished each day. This will make you feel very positive and give you a great big boost.

Adapted from Webb, L. (2013). Resilience: How to cope when everything around you keeps changing. John Wiley & Sons, pp. 151-159.





Date: 28 July, 2020


A Testimonal from our Student!


Considering counselling but not sure what to expect? Read on to hear from a student who would say “yes, go for it!”

There seems to be a common misconception that if you are in counselling, you must be suffering from serious mental problems especially from where I came from, Asia. My worries at that time are that people might see me differently and think I am weird to seek counselling. But that did not stop me as I thought I need help and will seek help. But the reality is that all sorts of people access counselling. Although some may indeed have complex mental health problems, many do not.

I remember on my first session; I did not know what to say or do! But the counsellor told me I am going in the session to just be myself and so I just cried for the entire hour while my counsellor did not judge me and simply was just there for me. I felt very therapeutic. I loved it!

Next thing I know it, it’s been a year and a half and am religiously attending my sessions!  I had seen my improvement a year before from “a mess” and now confident and had positive thinking about life.
 Counselling has helped me re-build my self-confidence and taught me a few techniques on how to feel your intuition, breathing exercises when I’m having my anxiety and to be more self-reflective. 
It changed my life tremendously as it made me realise my self-worth. What I like the most is that the amazing counsellors that helped me through my difficult and good times have never judged me or teach me how to solve my problems, instead, they were there to listen, support and make me see things clearly and have my own decision by myself.

Shout out to all my counsellors who have helped me through my darker days and seen me to my brighter days, you guys are sent from heaven!   

By Honey Van, Bachelor in Business Marketing



Date: 29 June, 2020


Stress less with meditation!

Take 15 minutes out of your day to relax with a guided meditation from the counselling team. Times and Zoom links are below:


Time (AEST)


Meeting ID



















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Interested in finding out more about managing stress and improving your well-being? Go to the Counselling pages on Blackboard for a range of resources on managing stress, finding work life balance and lots of other well-being ideas:



Date: 15 June, 2020


Mental Toughness


Excited Anxious Optimistic Worried

Free Curious Vulnerable 

 Confident Terrified



…and the list goes on. These are just some of the feelings you might experience as you start out on your study path or begin the new term. Sometimes you might feel excited and inspired; at other times you might feel overwhelmed, worried or anxious about success. We all have good days and bad days, and it’s how we respond to those challenges that really sets us up for success.

The 4Cs of Mental Toughness


 Take control of your study and ask for the help you need to   succeed. 

 If you do have a problem, reflect on what you can go change the   situation. Don’t be tempted to fall into the trap of blaming others –   you are in control.


 Stay focused and set goals.

 Remember why you enrolled in the first place! Procrastination is our   biggest enemy here and we all use it as a way to avoid stress at   some point. It works in the short term but makes life difficult in the   longer term. Beat it by setting measurable goals for study and stick   to them.


 Try to see challenges as opportunities rather than threats.

 Got a difficult assignment coming up? Great – it’s a chance for you   to show what you can do! All success involves some sort of risk, so   calm the voice that says it’s too hard or you might fail. See it as an   opportunity to give it a go and get the satisfaction of a job well done.


 Believe in yourself.

 Be confident that you have the right and the ability to succeed and   don’t be intimidated by others. Confidence comes from a mix of self-   belief and external support, so ask your lecturers, success coach or   counsellor if you need help.

Not feeling mentally tough today? Let us support you.

Contact your campus counsellor on or make an appointment through the Student Hub. Book through the counselling page under Well-being and Diversity in the Student Support area.


Contact us

1300 575 803
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1300 209 112
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Campus information

333 Kent St, Sydney
Student Services - Level 3
Sydney, NSW 2007

Campus hours

During term

Monday to Thursday, 9:00am to 7:00pm 
Friday, 9:00am to 6:00pm

During term break

Mon - Fri: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Public Holidays - CLOSED

Your Student Services team can help with:
  • Enrolment and making payments
  • Applying for leave, special consideration and extensions
  • Contacting support services
  • ... and much more
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