Student Support

Student Services

The Academy of Management and Science (AAMS) is committed to providing students excellent support services as well as memorable and rewarding learning experiences.

We offer assistance with (which may include external advice):

  • Orientation
  • Counselling
  • Cultural adjustment
  • Student accommodation
  • Language & literacy support
  • Career advice


Student Support Services

For information, resources and useful contacts on a whole range of issues you might encounter while you are studying at AAMS.

Student Handbook | Blacktown Agency Contact List | Register of Support Services | Student Support Policy



We provide students with free and confidential counselling services to discuss any life issues or stressful situations which may be affecting their ability to concentrate on their studies. The purpose of the service is to give students an opportunity to explore their concerns in a private and non-judgemental environment, to help them have a clearer understanding of any problems and to suggest strategies or options to address their concerns. Should a student require professional counselling, they will be referred to a qualified Counsellor. There is no charge for this referral service (although the service itself will incur a fee).

Students who are having difficulties with their course academically are encouraged to speak to their trainer first. If the difficulties continue, they can arrange an academic counselling session with the Principal or CEO.


Learning Support

We provide a mentoring service to assist students to develop the learning skills they will need to be successful in their studies. We can help you with:

  • Goal setting
  • Time organisation and motivation
  • Exam preparation, exam anxiety control
  • Essay/report writing
  • Getting back to study



AAMS provides training facilities and educational tools for enrolled students and we provide a range of services to support both local and international students during their studies and time at AAMS.

The following learning resources can be accessed by the students:

  • Learning and assessment strategies
  • Audio visual aids
  • Disability simulated training room equipped with required tools and equipment
  • Commercial kitchens equipped with the required tools and equipment
  • Computer lab with internet access
  • Wireless internet
  • Student lounge area
  • Kitchen facilities
  • Student library



New students must advise AAMS whether accommodation is required when completing the Enrolment form. The types of accommodation could be home-stay, hostels, dormitories or serviced apartments.

AAMS can also refer students to relevant and suitable accommodation providers including Australia Homestay Network.

Please click here for more information.

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