Student Central - Nova Institute

Nova Institute



This is where you will find all the resources you

need to have a great journey with us.



These are the initial resources you will need when enrolling with NOVA Institute.

Check your email in the inbox and/or spam (junk) folder and find orientation forms e-mails.

Don’t forget to read the student orientation program and submit your personal details form and Learner literacy Numerology form (LLN forms), if it applies to you by email to:







Are you having an issue with your payments,?
In this section you will find all you need to be updated with your payments.

Student Central

Hello! Welcome to the Student Central! This is where you’ll find all the resources you need to have a great journey with us.

Online study platforms

Click on the links below to have access to our educational portals. If you are a new student at Nova Institute, you must have:


Student handbook

Download the Student Central to get more information about Nova Institute, its campus, courses, policies and processes, roles and responsibilities and to guide you through your learning experience with us.

Forms and Policies

If you want more information about policies and procedures, this is where you’ll find it. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, get in touch with us.



Your opinion is very important to us! During your academic progress you will be required to complete some surveys.

Check out the surveys here:

FAQs about studying at Nova Institute

We have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions we get from students about studying at Orange College. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, feel free to reach out!

YES, your attendance will be monitored based on your presence in the online sessions as your trainer will be marking your attendance. The attendance will be marked twice during each session and If students are not responsive then they will be marked absent as per the session.


You will be required to submit your assessment to your trainer via Moodle or Google Classroom. Please follow the due date as mentioned on the platform.


Your fees are due on the 10th of every month. Please continue to pay your fees on time.



Free Useful Apps for Students

Google Translate

Translate between more than a hundred languages by taking a photo, typing, or speech. The app can be used offline, too.

WhatsApp / Viber / Messenger / Telegram

Call or message your friends and family overseas through these free messaging apps.

PTV Google Maps

Find your way around Melbourne and Victoria using public transport through the PTV app or Google Maps.


Meet new people in Melbourne through Meetup’s various groups for traveling, hiking, reading, and sports.

If you want to rent a place to live in Melbourne, you can use this App to browse through options, schedule inspections, and apply.

Banking Apps

Aside from these apps, your banking institutions may also have apps that allow you to access banking services through your mobile phone.

Students Referral Guide

Australian Government Immigration
Australian Skills Quality Authority
Australian Qualifications Framework
Australian Education International
City of Melbourne
CRICOS (Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for International Students)
ESOS Act and National Code 2017
Emergencies (Ambulance, Police, Fire Brigade) Dial 000
Overseas Students Ombudsman
Tuition Protection Service
Victoria Police

Health & Wellbeing

International Student Welfare Program
Living in Melbourne Australia
Royal Melbourne Hospital: 9342 7000
St. Vincent’s Hospital: 9288 2211
Study in Australia


For information about Melbourne’s transport system, visit

Where public transport is not available, taxis or car hire services may be available. For further information, please visit