Moving away from home to study law

Moving Away from Home

Moving away from home to study law can be both exciting and daunting at the same time.

We are here to help guide you through the different options available to First Nations students leaving home to study for the first time. 

Accommodation & Housing

Community & Networking

Moving away from home can be exciting! It gives you the opportunity to broaden your network and become part of another community. 

Every university in NSW and the ACT has an Indigenous Support Centre. You can find the Indigenous Support Centre and the contact details of your university on the law school page here.

In addition to engaging with your university’s Indigenous centre, you might also like to get involved in extracurricular activities, sports groups, university clubs and social events at your university. Most universities have open days where you can explore the different co-curricular activities available to you and register to become involved. 

We also recommend that you get involved with the local Indigenous community. You can find your local community news and events by visiting the NSW Aboriginal Land Council website. 

Questions?

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