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CISA 2018-2019

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Transcript of CISA 2018-2019

The Council of International Students Australia
est. 2010
Our History
The
Council of International Students Australia (CISA)
is the national peak student representative organization for international students studying in Australia. We are International Students and we work for the betterment of international students of Australia!

CISA was inaugurated on Wednesday July 7, 2010 at the
University of Tasmania
, Hobart to form a unified voice for all international students.
GOAL!
Thank you!
Your attention has been super appreciated!
VISION

To be recognized as a holistic voice for international students in Australia by the local, national and international community.
Our CORE Values
As Individuals: Our Work Matters

Passion
Impact
Independence

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE '18-19
National President: Bijay Sapkota



(CISA)
Advocate for the interests and needs of international students;
Advocate for high quality education for international students;
Advocate for non-racial, non-discriminatory law reform concerning international students.
Provide a means of consulting and engaging with international students;
MISSION
As a team: We are winning as one

Innovation
Accountability
Collaboration

As a community: Endless Opportunities

Empowerment
Optimism
Diversity

Office Bearers
For International Students, By International Students
National Vice President: Ralph Teodoro

National Secretary: Benjamin Poveda

National Treasurer: Rakhi Mukherjee

National Public Relations Officer: Maria Shumusti
What does
C
I
SA
do?

Represent
Advocate
Lobby
Connect
Engage
Empower
Overseas Student
Health Cover
Women's Rights
Work Rights
Higher Quality
of Education
Ground level
events
Mental and Sexual Health and Wellbeing
PLUS MANY MORE!
OUR ACHIEVEMENTS
CISA'S ANNUAL NATIONAL CONFERENCE
CISA runs an annual week long conference which is hosted in different cities across the country

The focus of the conference is to bring together international students from our member institutions as well as government and industry professionals.

During the conference, we also elect our Executive Committee and hold our Annual General Meeting.

It is a platform for international students and the sector to find solutions and best options moving forward regarding common issues international students face.
CISA engages all stakeholders and represents over 700,000 international students.


The CISA National Conference gives an opportunity to debate, learn and discuss important parts of a holistic student experience

Our Partners
2010 – Founded in
Tasmania
2011 –
Melbourne
, Victoria
2012 –
Brisbane
, Queensland
2013 –

Sydney
, New South Wales
2014 –
Adelaide
, South Australia
2015 –
Melbourne
, Victoria
2016 –
Darwin
, Northern Territory
2017 –
Canberra
, Australian Capital Territory
2018 –
Cairns
, Queensland

Transport Discount Ticket for International Students
Post Study Work Visa
Obtained Monetary Assistance for Libyan Student Financial Crisis
Elected our first Women's Officer
Our Members
CONTACT US
Conference Destinations
Student Guilds/Associations
Nationwide Study Clusters
National Peak Bodies
International Student Organisations
https://www.facebook.com/international.students.aus
https://www.instagram.com/cisa_national
https://twitter.com/CISA_National
http://cisa.edu.au/
Facilitate network building among stakeholders with an interest in supporting international students;
Host an annual national forum for international students;
Host future international student roundtable events in partnership with various government entities;
Promote cross-cultural awareness and interactions in Australia.
1. Administrative procedures for the reduction of study load.

2. Racism and Discrimination.

3. Value for money.

Student Bullying and Mental Well-being
Key Issues
4. Increase communication to the general public about the benefits of international students (eg. multiculturalism, benefits to other sectors such as tourism, more than 100,000 jobs created because of international education).

5. Bullying due to superior socio-economic status.

6. Other issues such as employability, issues around postgraduate research, etc.
National Postgraduate Officer
Ayub Alam Khan
National VET/TAFE Officer
Donny Doughty
National Welfare Officer
Kasun Kalhara
National Women's Officer
Belle Lim
National Equity Officer
Keon Simmons
National Education Officer
Arslan Kiyani
National Undergraduate Officer
Manfred Mletsin
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