新南威尔士大学通知
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时间:2020-02-20

针对近期因为无法按时入境的学生,如果已经在线enroll Term1,但需要延期到term 2,延期流程如下:

1.     完成在线表格online form 

2.     在学生账户里退掉选课

3.     Admission老师发term 2的录取

4.     学生在线接受accept online

5.     学校发新的COE


另外:

UNSW转发来自澳洲卫生部Department of Health消息:
如果从中国大陆以外的第三国停留超过14天且近期未曾接触确证病例,可以入境。
·         If you have travelled to another country from mainland China to see out the 14-day travel exclusion period, and have had no recent contact with people with COVID-19, you will be welcomed to Australia.



As you are enrolled please complete this online form in order to defer your offer to T2,20. Once your T1,20 enrolment has been dropped, the Admissions office will issue a new offer letter which you can accept online

Our thoughts are with you and please feel free to visit our vice chancellor's latest message, our coronavirus response page and our FAQs which are being regularly updated. 


Update on UNSW's response to the coronavirus
(COVID-19)
 
Wednesday 19 February 2020
Dear members of the UNSW community
 
Today's update is:
 
·         The Department of Health has advised:
o    If you have travelled to another country from mainland China to see out the 14-day travel exclusion period, and have had no recent contact with people with COVID-19, you will be welcomed to Australia.
o    If you have travelled from overseas and begin to feel unwell and present symptoms of COVID-19, you should seek immediate medical attention. We suggest you call ahead, explaining your symptoms and travel history, rather than attending in person.
 
·         The Australian Government has set up a Coronavirus Health Information Line. Please call +61 1800 020 080. NSW Health also has a free helpline. Please call Health Direct on +61 1800 022 222.
 
·         More health information and advice is published on our FAQs page.
 
Below you will find journal articles, updated daily, that our Faculty of Medicine consider to be helpful in allowing us to better understand this incident and its potential consequences.
 
·         Scientific American: How coronaviruses cause infection
 
UNSW continues to operate as normal. We assure all students and staff - including our new students - that we are doing all we can to ensure their safety and well-being. This includes regular interaction with government and public health officials at the highest levels.
 
We remain united in supporting all in our community, with tolerance, respect, compassion and inclusion.

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针对近期因为无法按时入境的学生,如果已经在线enroll Term1,但需要延期到term 2,延期流程如下:

1.     完成在线表格online form 

2.     在学生账户里退掉选课

3.     Admission老师发term 2的录取

4.     学生在线接受accept online

5.     学校发新的COE


另外:

UNSW转发来自澳洲卫生部Department of Health消息:
如果从中国大陆以外的第三国停留超过14天且近期未曾接触确证病例,可以入境。
·         If you have travelled to another country from mainland China to see out the 14-day travel exclusion period, and have had no recent contact with people with COVID-19, you will be welcomed to Australia.



As you are enrolled please complete this online form in order to defer your offer to T2,20. Once your T1,20 enrolment has been dropped, the Admissions office will issue a new offer letter which you can accept online

Our thoughts are with you and please feel free to visit our vice chancellor's latest message, our coronavirus response page and our FAQs which are being regularly updated. 


Update on UNSW's response to the coronavirus
(COVID-19)
 
Wednesday 19 February 2020
Dear members of the UNSW community
 
Today's update is:
 
·         The Department of Health has advised:
o    If you have travelled to another country from mainland China to see out the 14-day travel exclusion period, and have had no recent contact with people with COVID-19, you will be welcomed to Australia.
o    If you have travelled from overseas and begin to feel unwell and present symptoms of COVID-19, you should seek immediate medical attention. We suggest you call ahead, explaining your symptoms and travel history, rather than attending in person.
 
·         The Australian Government has set up a Coronavirus Health Information Line. Please call +61 1800 020 080. NSW Health also has a free helpline. Please call Health Direct on +61 1800 022 222.
 
·         More health information and advice is published on our FAQs page.
 
Below you will find journal articles, updated daily, that our Faculty of Medicine consider to be helpful in allowing us to better understand this incident and its potential consequences.
 
·         Scientific American: How coronaviruses cause infection
 
UNSW continues to operate as normal. We assure all students and staff - including our new students - that we are doing all we can to ensure their safety and well-being. This includes regular interaction with government and public health officials at the highest levels.
 
We remain united in supporting all in our community, with tolerance, respect, compassion and inclusion.
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