The Council of International Students (CISA) is made up of members which have affiliated with the organisation.
Members and Associate Members
A member is an autonomous student representative organisation associated with and recognised by a tertiary education provider in Australia or a national student representative body.
An associate member is an organisation that is not qualified to be a member organisation, but is:
- It is an organisation that supports and promotes the interests and needs of international students; and
- It fulfills the requirements typical of member-based associations (including, for example, holding general meetings, electing officers or consulting with and reporting to a membership); and
- It has individual or groups of international students as members; and
- It actively engage or communicate with international students on an ongoing basis; and
- It is a not-for-profit organization.
If you are interested in applying for membership click here or if you are interested in becoming an associate member click here.
During the CISA National Conference, a team of executives is elected for the following year.
After the executive have been elected at the conference, they are responsible for running a team of volunteers in their portfolio.