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Kent St campus news and information


UniSport is up and running! See the details below for training sessions and visit the Facebook page for more information.

Basketball training:

  • When: 2pm-4pm on Tuesdays (from October 15 to December 3)
  • Where: Prince Alfred Park (near Central Station)

Football training:

  • When: 2pm-4pm on Thursdays (starting 24 October)
  • Where: Prince Alfred Park (near Central Station)

To register your interest, please send a message through the Torrens University Uni Sport page on Facebook 

Career Expo

The Career Expo for Business and Hospitality students is happening at The Rocks campus from 12pm to 3pm on Wednesday, 23 October. Dress professionally to have your LinkedIn photo taken. 

Register now.

Software skills workshops, T3 2019 [Weeks 1-12]

Having trouble using Adobe Software? Don't know your InDesign from your Photoshop?

Join us for design software workshops, facilitated by one of our design lecturers.

  • Our 1:1 sessions are aimed at providing students with help on using the Adobe programs.
  • Group sessions are aimed at completing set activities using the Adobe programs.

You will receive assistance with developing or up-skilling existing skills in a range of software.

  • Make sure you have the latest version of the Adobe Creative Suite installed on your computer.
  • Please arrive 15 minutes early so we can start on time.

Software covered: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Premiere and After Effects. 



  • Wednesdays and Thursdays: 12.00pm - 2.15pm

Interested?  Book a session 



  • Fridays: 12.00pm - 2.00pm 

Interested? Book a session 


Did you miss an online workshop? Check out the workshop recordings HERE.

Interested in volunteering?

Volunteering Australia is looking for volunteers to join their nutrition and health projects. If you are a Nursing student looking for experience, head to

Conversation cafe  

Every Tuesday 11am - 12pm, the Conversation Cafe takes place on Level 2 in room 2.13. This is a great opportunity to chat with new people, share ideas and information, learn about other cultures, and practice your English conversation skills. The Conversation Cafe is led by your Academic Skills Facilitator, Lan. We hope to see you there!

Toastmasters at Torrens

Improve your public speaking and leadership skills by joining the Toastmasters club. Meetings are held every Wednesday in Room 2.05, 2.30-3.30pm and 5.30-7.00pm and are led by Business lecturer, Lee Buckley. 

Questions? Reach out to

Academic Skills Workshops 

Academic Skills workshops are running during weeks 7 to 12 to teach you essential skills for your assessments. The workshops are held on Level 2 in room 2.13 and are led by your Academic Skills Facilitator, Lan Nguyen. Click on the 'Workshops' tab to see the full schedule. 

Upcoming workshops: 

Time management Tuesday 15 October, 10.30am - 11am & 2.30pm - 3pm
Academic integrity and paraphrasing Tuesday, 22 October, 10.30am - 11am & 2.30pm - 3pm

Library Workshops

Come along to one of the Library and Learning workshops run by our Librarian Matthew every week. Click on the 'Workshops' tab for more information. 

This week's workshops:

Evaluating sources Tuesday, 10-11am
Searching databases Wednesday, 10-11am

Kent Street Counselling Service

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

Counsellor's hours​

  • Wednesday: 12pm-5pm

Our Counsellor is also available outside these hours by appointment and runs a 30 minute stretch and meditation session every Wednesday, 2.30-3pm in the Community Room on Level 4. 

For more information on the counselling services offered, please contact


Academic Skills workshops

Make the most of the Academic Skills workshops which run each week and are led by Academic Skills Facilitator, Lan Nguyen. These workshops are designed to help you develop critical study and research skills. All workshops take place on Level 2 at Kent St campus, in room 2.13

Time management Tuesday 15 October, 10.30am - 11am & 2.30pm - 3pm
Academic integrity and paraphrasing Tuesday 22 October, 10.30am - 11am & 2.30pm - 3pm
Reports and case studies Tuesday 29 October, 10.30am -11am & 2.30pm - 3pm
Essay writing Tuesday 5 November, 10.30am - 11am & 2.30pm - 3pm
Oral presentations Tuesday 12 November, 10.30am - 11am & 2.30pm - 3pm

Library workshops 

Come along to the Library and Learning workshops led by our Librarian Matthew Lund every week. Workshops are held in the Learning Centre on Level 4, in room 4.07.

Weeks 5-12: Evaluating Sources  Tuesdays, 10am-11am
Learn how to evaluate sources for your assignments, learn about their bias, reliability, purpose, and more.  
Weeks 2-12: Searching Databases Wednesday, 10am-11am
Learn how to identify key databases and collections in your subject area and search efficiently for sources for your assignments.  


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 

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 her way to go 'over the line'. She was fabulous in explaining the contents, 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


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.

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:

Diploma of Nursing

Find your Course Structure document below. Your Course Structure lists the subjects you need to successfully complete to achieve your qualification.

HLT514115 - Diploma of Nursing

Student Support

Supporting you through your studies is a high priority for us.

All nursing campuses have staff dedicated to support students such as the Program Coordinator and Learning Advisor.  Counselling services are also available.


Program Managers

Program Coordinators

Clinical Placement Coordinators


Carol Letts (Acting)

Karen Edwards (Acting)

Jan Roper


Sharon Peut

Anastasia Johnson

Olga Dopper


Bianca Rohlje

Jennie Mather (Acting)

Sarah Simpson



Ria Thomas (Acting)

Marina Edwards

Clinical Placement

Students are required to undertake 400 hours of unpaid Clinical Placements which may be located anywhere in Australia.

Clinical Simulation Labs

All nursing students have access to Clinical Simulation Labs where experienced educators will teach required skills and assist in linking theory to practice.  All lab sessions are compulsory. Correct uniform is required to be worn when attending these lab sessions.

Professional behaviour

Uniform Requirements:

  • Think Education Polo Shirt only. NO long sleeve or visible tops under the College Polo.
  • Cardigans/jumpers may NOT be worn whilst on duty.
  • Navy blue/black tailored trousers or skirts - excludes jeans, tracksuit pants, hipsters or cargo pants.
  • Enclosed navy blue or black NON-SLIP shoes as per WHS requirements – NO canvas, joggers or slip on shoes.


  • Must be kept neat, clean and tidy at all times.
  • Long hair must be tied back or fastened in such a manner so as not to hang below the collar.
  • Hair ties, bands, combs and other hair fasteners are to be at a minimal and of a neutral colour or navy.
  • Facial hair – clean-shaven or neatly trimmed beard.
  • Approved headwear must be clean, neat and tidy.


  • Must be kept neat, clean and well-manicured.
  • Fingernails should not be visible over the top of the end of the finger when the hands are held with the palms up.


  • One plain wedding band, one set of sleepers, studs, or small earrings that sit on the lobe of the ear and do not pose a danger to the patient, resident or student are the only items of jewellery to be worn during placement.
  • Facial or other visible body piercing is NOT acceptable. If visible, or stud is non removable, it must be covered by skin coloured tape.

Campus Wi-Fi:

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

Computer access

All students should have access to a computer in order to work with:

  • online materials; 
  • library catalogue; 
  • assessments; 
  • online learning and My Account.  

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

For It troubleshooting, email IT Service Desk  - or call 1300 014 448.  Alternatively visit student services on campus.

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)


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
  • Advocatingand 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

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 and Laureate community


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Contact us

1300 575 803
Torrens University:

1300 209 112
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Campus information

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

Campus hours

During term

Mon - Thurs: 8.30am - 7.00pm
Fri: 8.30am - 4.30pm

During term break

Mon - Fri: 8.30am - 4.30pm

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