Why choose Melbourne Polytechnic?
– Choose from over 80 courses from Certificates, Diplomas, Bachelors to Masters
– our international students come from over 70 different countries and study across six campuses and eighty courses
– we offer practical industry-relevant training designed in consultation with leading practitioners
– we have outstanding student support, with free academic, financial, career and personal counselling, and free airport pick up
– our onsite facilities offer leading edge technology and real-life working conditions, like restaurants, salons and recording studios
– every one of our qualifications is accredited nationally and recognised internationally
– we are government funded and owned
– winner of the Victorian Government’s Premier’s Award for Excellence in International Education (in 2014; runner up in 2015)
– we employ motivated, passionate teachers who have extensive experience in their field and links to industry to study in Melbourne, the world’s most liveable city*
• Melbourne Polytechnic, formerly NMIT, is a TAFE and higher education institute located predominantly in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, but also in the south with a campus at Prahran, Victoria, Australia.
• It has six functioning campuses located at Preston, Collingwood, Epping, Fairfield, Heidelberg, Prahran, and country training facilities at Eden Park, Yan Yean and Ararat. Each campus provides an individual, unique and enriching student experience.
• Melbourne Polytechnic courses are designed and developed with industry participation to give students the best employment outcomes.
• There are also six training centres, Northern Lodge – Eden Park, Northern Lodge – Yan Yean, Yarra Glen Racing Centre, Northern AMEP (Adult Migrant English Program) Centre in Broadmeadows, Growling Frog Vineyard and Melbourne Polytechnic Kyneton Park.
• With over 60,000 enrolments annually, Melbourne Polytechnic is accredited to deliver approximately 550 nationally accredited courses, many which are available on either a full-time or part-time basis. It also provides over 400 institute-accredited courses.
• In October 2014, NMIT decided to reposition itself in the tertiary education market under the Melbourne Polytechnic brand, appointing Publicis Mojo to coordinate the change. The change was facilitated by a $19 million grant from the Victorian Government.
• A wide selection of study options in vocational education are offered from short courses, pre-apprenticeships, apprenticeships and traineeships through to certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas, and onto higher education, tertiary degrees under the Australian Qualifications Framework.
• In 2013, there were 511 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) teaching staff and 348.5 (FTE) support staff employed by Melbourne Polytechnic delivering over 500 courses.
• There were 50,203 total enrolments as at November 2014 including 6,284 off-shore students at overseas partner institutions.
• Melbourne Polytechnic is the largest provider of primary industry training in Victoria and one of the largest in Australia offering a diverse range of courses from practical short-courses to a Bachelor of Equine Studies and Bachelor of Agriculture and Technology focusing on Viticulture, Agronomy, Agribusiness and Aquaculture.
WHY CHOOSE MELBOURNE POLYTECHNIC?
- Melbourne Polytechnic stands out from other educational institutions in Melbourne, because it focuses on practical industry-relevant training designed in collaboration with industry.
- We are Government funded and owned, and we foster and encourage diversity within our study body – we have international students coming to study here from over 70 countries, across our six campuses and over eighty courses.
- We offer you lots of student support, academic, financial, career and personal counselling and of course, free airport pick up.
- Our qualifications are accredited nationally and recognised internationally and you will be taught in excellent facilities with innovative technology.
- Our motivated, passionate teachers all have extensive experience in their field and put your learning and development into the spotlight.
- The government recognises the excellent quality of our international education programs, and we were the 2014 winner and 2015 runner up for the Premiers Award for Excellence in International Education.
- Melbourne Polytechnic currently offers three-year (and one four year), specialist bachelor and master degrees within our unique hands on learning environment and optimal industry exposure in:
- Agriculture & Land Management
- Education (Early Years)
- Early Years Studies
- Equine Studies
- Hospitality Management
- Information Technology
- Music Industry
- Viticulture & Winemaking
- Writing & Publishing
- We’re constantly developing new articulation pathways and degrees to grow the opportunities for our students.
- In 2016 we introduced the Masters of Professional and Practising Accounting with CPA accreditation, proving very popular already as our first postgraduate course offered.
- Melbourne Polytechnic degree courses offer credit transfer and recognition of prior learning to students who have already completed a nationally recognized Diploma, Advanced Diploma or other qualifications.
- Direct entry Associate degrees (2 years) embedded in all Melbourne Polytechnic degree programs offer great pathway (credit transfer and recognition of prior learning) opportunities to further education.
- Melbourne Polytechnic has achieved international recognition with over more than 10,000 offshore enrolments annually and 24 educational partnerships across Asia, and is recognised by the Victorian Government for excellence in international education, winning the best provider in it’s category in 2014 and runner up in 2015.
- Melbourne Polytechnic’s close ties with industry ensure students have the opportunity to be awarded study grants donated by industry sponsors, also extending their own networks for future success.
WHY CHOOSING ECU UNIVERSITY?
ECU graduates have given us a 5-star rating for teaching quality for 8 years in a row – from 2010 to 2017.
No other public universities in Western Australia and very few across Australia have achieved such a consistently high endorsement for teaching quality.
ECU also achieved a 5-star rating in the areas of Graduated Overall Starting Salary, Student Support, Overall Experience and Skills Development – Good Universities Guide 2017.
ECU has also been named in the Times Higher Education (THE) 150 under 50yrs rankings for 2016.
ECU was also named in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2015, placing it in the top 5% of universities worldwide. In addition, ECU was named in the Times Higher Education (THE) top 200 list of the Most International Universities in the world.
The 2016 International Student Barometer (isb) rated ECU’s Graduate Research School number 1 out of 20 participating universities in Australia. This rating places ECU among the top three universities in Australia since 2011 with student satisfaction of 95% or higher.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) is an Australian Public University located in Perth, Western Australia with approximately 24,000 students in undergraduate and postgraduate studies.
The university offers more than 350 courses across two metropolitan campuses, in Mount Lawley and Joondalup, and a regional campus in the South West at Bunbury, 200 km south of Perth.
ECU Study areas are:
- Arts & Humanities
- Business & Law
- Engineering & Technology (including Aviation)
- Medical & Health Sciences
- Nursing & Midwifery
- Teacher Education
- Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA)
As at 2017 ECU has the following part scholarships available:
- Family & Alumni
- Bunbury Regional Campus
- Temporary Resident
These scholarships are to the value of 10% (20% for Temporary Resident).
Strict conditions apply – See this link for further details.
Campus Facilities& Services:
ECU provides a supportive learning environment through a variety of on-campus services and facilities to all of our students.
We have on-campus accommodation at all three campuses,professional and well-equipped child-care centres, 24-hour access to on-campus e-lab facilities and support services at Student Central.
Student Connect officers can help you address any academic or personal issues and medical centres are conveniently located on the Joondalup and Mount Lawley campuses, providing GP and nursing treatments. Campus libraries provide comprehensive book and journal collections, electronic resources and facilities for study and research.
Student Central is the first point of contact for all student enquiries, including academic information, enrolments and access cards.
The Student Guild represents students on a range of academic and advocacy issues. It also offers many social and cultural activities through a range of clubs and associations.
ECU achieved a 5 star rating for teaching quality in the 2016 Good Universities Guide.
A 5-star rating has also been awarded this year for the starting salary of ECU graduates.
General graduate satisfaction is another area where ECU has consistently rated highly over a significant period of time, achieving 5-star ratings in 5 of the past 7 years (2010-2016).
Global recognition for ECU
ECU has been named in the Times Higher Education (THE) 100 under 50 rankings for 2015.
Travel world while you study- ECU has over 90 exchange partners
ECU courses are competitively priced.
According to the International Student Barometer, ECU’s graduate Research School has been rated among the top three in Australia for five consecutive years(2010 to 2014) with satisfaction of 95% or higher.
ECU’S Master of Business Administration has received 5-stars in the 2011 graduate management of association of Australia (GMMA) star rating, which rates the quality of the MBA programs offered across Australia.
ECU has been named in the top 200 worldwide for its research activity in the areas of communications and education, according to a global University rankings list.
In the QS World University Rankings by subject for 2013, ECU was listed for education and training, as well as communications and media.
ECU’s also appeared in the top 200 in 2012 for education.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) is an Australian public University located in Perth, Western Australia
Approximately 20,000 students for undergraduate and postgraduate studies
The university offers more than 400 courses across two metropolitan campuses, in Mount Lawley and Joondalup, and a regional campus in the South West, Bunbury, 200 km south of Perth;
The University has two metropolitan campuses in Mount Lawley and Joondalup, and also serves Western Australia’s South West region from a campus in Bunbury, 200km south of Perth.
FACULTIES AND TUITION FEES:
Biology and Environmental Sciences – $ 26 250 / Rs 708 750
Business – $ 26 000 / Rs 702 000
Communication and Arts – $ 23 850 / Rs 643 950
Computing and Security – $ 24 650 / Rs 665 550
Engineering and technology – $ 24 100 / Rs 650 700
Exercise and Health Sciences – $ 26 250 / Rs 708 750
Law and Justice – $ 26 250 / Rs 708 750
Medical and Paramedical Sciences – $ 26 750 / Rs 722 250
Nursing and Midwifery – $ 26 600 / Rs 718 200
Psychology and Social Sciences – $ 27 600 / Rs 745 200
Teacher Education – $ 22 750 / Rs 614 250
The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts – $ 26 000 / Rs 702 000
Research – $ 27 000 / Rs 729 000
ECU provides a supportive learning environment by providing a variety of on-campus services and facilities to all of our students.
We have on-campus accommodation at all three campuses, managed by Campus Living Villages.
Joondalup and Mount Lawley campuses offer professional, well-equipped childcare centres.
Students enjoy 24-hour access to on-campus computing facilities.
This service can help you address any academic or personal issues. It is free to all students.
Medical centres are conveniently located on the Joondalup and Mount Lawley campuses, providing GP and nursing treatments.
Campus libraries provide comprehensive book and journal collections, electronic resources and facilities for study and research.
Student Central is the first point of contact for all student enquiries, including academic information, enrolments and access cards.
The Student Guild represents students on a range of academic and legal issues. It also offers many social and cultural activities through a range of clubs and associations.
From a coffee on the run to a substantial meal, our campuses have a range of food and beverage options.
Crown Hairdressing is located on the Joondalup Campus, serving both male and female staff and students.
Sites Optometrists is located on the Joondalup Campus, offering bulk-billed consultations.
Modern sports, recreation and fitness facilities are located on all three campuses.
Why choosing Deakin University in Australia?
- Deakin has four great campuses throughout Victoria, Melbourne Burwood, Geelong Waterfront, Geelong Waurn Ponds and Warrnambool.
- Each location provides a unique study experience and gives our students access to the latest tools and technologies such as the Deakin Motion.Lab and the Geelong Technology Precinct.
- Regional and outer metropolitan residents can also benefit from our Deakin learning centres.
- We make it a priority to maintain close industry relationships so that everything you learn is modern and relevant to your future career.
- Many of our courses offer professional accreditation and endorsement through a range of industry placements and internship programs.
- Deakin also actively encourages students to make the most of study abroad opportunities.
- We have over 100 partner universities in more than 40 countries around the world.
- For five consecutive years, Deakin has achieved the highest level of overall student satisfaction amongst Victorian universities. These great results are based on 2010–2014 Australian Graduate Survey responses to ‘Overall Satisfaction’ amongst bachelor’s degree graduates.
- The 2012 Beyond Graduation Survey found that, of our 2009 bachelor’s degree graduates who were available for full-time employment:
- 95.2 per cent of those surveyed were employed full-time three years after graduating, (the national average is 92.2 per cent)
- Only 1.6 per cent of those surveyed were not working three years after graduating, (the national average is 3.4 per cent).
- We are proud to be in the top 3 per cent of universities across all three of the major international university ranking systems (the Academic Ranking of World Universities, Times Higher Education World University Rankings and QS World University Rankings), assessed from 17 000 universities worldwide.
Our current achievements include:
- Ranked in the world’s top 50 universities under 50 years of age – QS World University Rankings
- 5 stars out of 5 for student retention – The Good Universities Guide
- 5 stars out of 5 for overall satisfaction – The Good Universities Guide
- Named International Education Provider of the Year, and won awards for Excellence in Education (University) and Excellence in International Education (Student Employability and Careers) at the Victorian International Education Awards 2014
- In the top 400 in The Academic Ranking of World Universities
- Ranked number 325 in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings
- Number 360 in the QS World University Rankings
- Deakin’s education discipline ranked 23 in the world – QS World University Rankings by Subject 2014
WHY STUDY WITH MACQUARIE?
Students study applied course work.
We give students the skills employers’ value.
Our courses are industry accredited.
Global network of Alumni contacts: network, job prospects.
Macquarie University is among top 2 per cent of the best universities in the world
Highly regarded provider of accounting programs in Australia
High industry demand and salaries for accounting professionals
Specialized program designed to meet employer demands
Build industry contacts through internships and business engagement
With the right background students can fast track the postgraduate accounting programs with credit for studies at undergraduate level
Competitive tuition fee
Among the top 10 universities in Australia
Among the top 40 universities in Asia-Pacific.
Among the top 100 Universities in Accounting & Finance (QS, 2015).
5 QS stars in teaching, employability, research, Internationalisation, facilities, innovation, access and specialist subjects (QS, 2014).
50% of our subjects are ranked in the top 100 worldwide, with Earth and Marine Sciences, Linguistics and psychology in the top 50(QS World University Rankings by subject).
9th most international university in the world (Times Higher Education, 2014).
Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships – AUD$ 10 000
Africa Development Scholarship – AUD$ 5 000
FACULTIES AND TUITION FEES:
Business – AUD $ 30 000 – 33 000 / Rs 810 000 – 891 000
Education – AUD $ 29 000 – 33 000 / Rs 783 000 – 891 000
Engineering and IT – AUD $ 33 000 – 34 000 / Rs 891 000 – 918 000
Environment – AUD $ 31 000 – 34 000 / Rs 837 000– 918 000
Health and Medical Sciences – AUD $ 33 000 – 34 000 / Rs 891 000 – 918 000
Law, Security and Intelligence – AUD $ 33 000 – 34 000 / Rs 891 000 – 918 000
Media, Creative Arts and Communication – AUD $ 31 000 – 33 000 / Rs 837 000 – 891 000
Science – AUD $ 29 000 – 33 000 / Rs 783 000 – 891 000
Architecture and Construction – AUD $ 28 000 – 31 000 / Rs 756 000 – 837 000
Society, History and Languages – AUD $ 31 000 – 33 000 / Rs 837 000 – 891 000
By accepting your offer at OVEC, you will benefit from:
- Telegraphic transfer and exchange discount rates for paying university tuition fees or expenses related to the university.
- FREE International Student Card (ISIC) valid in 120 countries for discounts on travel, accommodation, shops, entertainment, restaurants, museums and much more.
- 50% discount on loan processing fees at MCB bank.
- Discounted Airfares.
- 10% discount on laptops and computer tablets (You should come to OVEC office to get Authorization form)
WHY STUDY AT TAFE INTERNATIONAL WESTERN AUSTRALIA?
Government owned and operated – TAFE offers high quality nationally recognised courses for international students and is government backed and guaranteed
Pathways to university – TAFE colleges offer programs that have flexible entry requirements and provide opportunities for further study at university
Large course selection – You can choose from more than 250 courses to study at locations throughout metropolitan Perth and regional Western Australia
Modern facilities – TAFE colleges have modern facilities designed to closely replicate real work environments
Practical workplace skills – TAFE qualifications provide you with practical skills and industry training that gives you skills employers need
Value for money – You will receive high quality training and support at an affordable cost
On completion of TAFE and university you will have two qualifications that are attractive to employers and that will give you a competitive edge in the global job market.
Why study in Western Australia:
3000 Hours of Sunshine
93.6% Employment rate
255 Events in Perth
Choose from a wide variety of courses offered to international students by TAFE International Western Australia. Courses to study include
Animal Management + Marine studies: $11 – 13 000 / Rs 297 – 351 000
Art, Design + Multimedia: $11 480 / Rs 309 960
Aviation: $15 890 / Rs 429 030
Design, Construction + Engineering: $13 – 14 000 / Rs 351 – 378 000
Business + Management: $11 480 / Rs 309 960
Children + Community Services: $12 000 / Rs 297 – 351 000
Health, Recreation + Lifestyle: $11 – 13 000 / Rs 297 – 351 000
Hospitality + Tourism: $14 760 / Rs 398 520
Information Technology: $11 480 / Rs 309 960
Maritime: $11 480 / Rs 309 960
Science + Environmental Studies: $11 480 / Rs 309 960
ACCOMMODATION – There are several options for accommodation for international students coming to live in Western Australia including Homestay with an Australian family, renting privately, and short-term temporary accommodation…
ATTRACTIONS – Western Australia has great weather making it possible to live a relaxed, outdoor lifestyle throughout the year. Perth is Western Australia’s rapidly growing capital city…
CLIMATE – Long days of sunshine and blue skies are features of life in Western Australia. The state has amazing diversity from the deep reds of ancient rock contrasted with the turquoise blue Indian and Southern Oceans and the green rainforest of the South West…
COMMUNICATION – Western Australia has good internet and phone coverage, with many different providers offering great mobile and internet deals…
CULTURE + LIFESTYLE – Australians are considered to be relaxed, informal, with a love of sport and outdoor life. Australian values include respect for the freedom and dignity of the individual, equality of men and women, freedom of religion…
DEPARTURE + ARRIVAL – It is a good idea to arrive in Perth a few weeks before you start your course. You will need time to find appropriate accommodation and get to know your new neighborhood
GEOGRAPHY – Western Australia is in the same time zone as many Asian regions and only a short flight from many capital cities in Asia, the sub-continent, and the Gulf States. This makes many students feel closer to home…
HEALTH COVER – The Australian Government requires all international students to purchase Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) in order to be granted a student visa…
LANGUAGE – English is Australia’s national language, but there are certain words and expressions that are uniquely Australian. The longer you have been in Australia the more you will understand the language, customs and habits of Australians…
LIVING EXPENSES – When you arrive in Australia you will need to think about opening a bank account, finding part-time work, and budgeting how you will spend your money….
RELIGION – Australia does not have an official religion, and people are free to practice their religious beliefs, provided they do not break the law….
SAFETY – Perth is generally a safe city but you should always take safety precautions particularly when out and about at night…
STRESS + WELLBEING – International students living away from home in a new country can sometimes feel stress or anxiety from being separated from family and friends. When you start your studies you may also feel worried about…
TRANSPORT -An amazing feature of life in Perth is the free public transport that is available within the Central Business Districts (CBD) of Perth, Joondalup and Fremantle.
VISA – International students need a student visa to study in Australia. You should apply for your visa after receiving your electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) from TAFE International Western Australia (TIWA)…
WORK – Your international student visa allows you to work while you are in Australia.
The South Metropolitan TAFE was formerly known as Challenger Institute of Technology and Polytechnic West.
International students can study across 14 campus locations including: Balga; Bentley; Carlisle; Fremantle (Beaconsfield, E-tech, Maritime) ; Jandakot;
Kwinana; Midland; Munster (Australian Centre for Energy and Process Training – ACEPT); Murdoch; Peel; Rockingham; Thornlie
The North Metropolitan TAFE was formerly known as the Central Institute of Technology and West Coast Institute.
International students can study across eight campus locations including: Perth(Northbridge); East Perth; Leederville; Mt Lawley; Nedlands; Joondalup(Kendrew Crescent – main campus); Joondalup(McLarty Avenue); Clarkson
The Central Regional TAFE was formerly known as Durack Institute of Technology, Goldfields Institute of Technology and C.Y. O’Connor Institute.
International students can currently study across two campus locations including: Geraldton; Batavia Coast Maritime Institute (Geraldton)
The South Regional TAFE was formerly known as the South West Institute of Technology and Great Southern Institute of Technology.
International students can currently study across five campus locations including: Albany; Bunbury; Busselton; Denmark; Margaret River
The North Regional TAFE is located in the Kimberley and Pilbara regions.
International students can currently study across four campus locations including: Broome; Karratha; Kununrra; South Hedland
International students studying at TAFE and going to study at Murdoch University can now apply for a $3,000 reward.
The advantages of starting your studies at TAFE include:
An industry focused pathway to further study if you do not meet university entry requirements.
Smaller class sizes with extra English and academic support
You will gain practical, employment focused skills that will complement your degree
May reduce your study load, course duration and fees when you enrol into your university degree
TAFE International Western Australia has advanced standing agreements with the following Western Australian Universities.
Edith Cowan University
The University of Western Australia
Why choose Murdoch University
Welcome to Murdoch University + Learning at Murdoch = Stair to a Unique Successful Career
Murdoch is recognized for its national reputation for excellence in teaching, research and student satisfaction.
Location: Perth, Western Australia
Student population: 22,000
Murdoch is a truly multicultural university with a reputation for excellence in teaching, research and student support
Murdoch main’s South Street campus is located approximately 20 mins by car from Perth City and 10 minutes from the port city of Fremantle
It has an outstanding, vigorous, and highly published faculty with a laudable track record in the daily business of teaching.
The recognition of that excellence has stemmed from a variety of sources including Innovative Research Universities Australia (IRUA).
IRU is committed to promoting interdisciplinary collaboration in research and education among its members which include Murdoch University.
2007 Murdoch becomes the only Australian university to win a 5 star rating for Graduate Satisfaction from the Good Universities Guide for 13 out of the past 14 years.
Murdoch University was ranked 2nd nationally for Teaching and Learning in Humanities, Arts, Education programs.
Murdoch University was ranked 5th nationally for Teaching and Learning in Science and Engineering programs.
Murdoch University was ranked 8th nationally for Research Intensity.
Law School receives award for excellence. Murdoch wins Moot Court.
Murdoch University is one of only five United Nations appointed research centres worldwide
2009 Murdoch makes news with groundbreaking AIDS research and a new twist to the principles of Darwinian evolution. Murdoch opens Dubai academic centre in the Middle East.
FACULTIES COURSE FEE
School of Art $ 27 000 – Rs 729 000
School of Business $ 27 000 – Rs 729 000
School of Education $ 27 000 – Rs 729 000
School of Engineering and Information Technology $ 30 455 – Rs 822 285
School of Law $ 27 000 – Rs 729 000
School of Sciences $ 27 – 34 000 – Rs 729 – 918 000
• A highly ranked university with an international outlook, we’re deeply connected to our community and value our place in it.
• Our research excellence, innovative teaching and learning practices, along with our strong ties to industry, make us one of the leading providers of higher education in the Asia–Pacific.
• We also continue the progressive traditions of our namesake, Sir Samuel Walker Griffith, who was twice the Premier of Queensland, the first Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia, and the principal author of the Australian Constitution.
• Ranked in the top 3% of universities globally
• Rated five stars for graduate employability
• Range of subjects ranked in the world’s top 200
• Research rated at world standard or above in more than 50 disciplines
• Highly regarded as a young university, ranked in the top 50 under 50
• Our 5 campuses are located across the cities of Brisbane, Gold Coast and Logan in South East Queensland.
• Brisbane is a vibrant, expanding city, offering world-class education, a beautiful climate and superb lifestyle. It is an ideal place to study and develop your career.
• Gold Coast – Beautiful beaches, an excellent quality of life and friendly people make the Gold Coast a popular study destination.
• We provide excellent scholarship opportunities for our international students.
• Griffith University supports outstanding international students with a range of scholarships, including: .
• excellence scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate students
• scholarships for family members of current international students and alumni
• discipline-specific scholarships for selected programs .
• higher degree by research scholarships .
• Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games scholarships
• Whether you would like to live on-campus or off-campus, there are a number of options you can explore to find housing to suit your needs.
• You can also choose homestay and live with a local Australian family while you study.
• Off-campus In Australia, share housing – where you share a house or apartment with a number of other students – is the most common form of offcampus accommodation.
• When looking for suitable off-campus accommodation you will need to consider:
• The cost of rent (usually advertised weekly) .
• If utilities are included in your rent (electricity, water, gas) .
• If internet is included in your rent .
• If the accommodation is furnished .
• How close the accommodation is to your campus .
• Access to public transport.
• On-campus accommodation is available at all campuses except South Bank.
• Living on campus is a fantastic way to meet new people, find out about new cultures, and develop independence.
• On-campus accommodation is usually fully furnished and provides access to
• laundry facilities,
• gym equipment,
• common rooms,
• internet and organised student activities.
• Nathan campus Semi-catered:
• Mt Gravatt campus Self-catered:
• Gold Coast,
• Mt Gravatt and Logan campuses
• Postgraduate self-catered: Nathan and Mt Gravatt campuses
Cost of living
• Australia is an affordable and friendly place to study and offers a combination of quality education and high living standards.
• The Australian Government requires students to have access to a minimum of AU$19,830 (Australian dollars) per year to meet their living costs.
• Tuition fees are reviewed annually and are subject to change.
• If you are a degree student commencing in 2018, we guarantee that your fees will not increase by more than 2.5% per year for the normal duration of your program.
• This means that you are provided with certainty and confidence regarding the total cost of your degree at Griffith.
• Detailed information on the fees relevant for your degree, including the fees applicable in your commencing trimester
• Bachelor of commerce – $27,000.00 – 3 years full-time
• Bachelor of Business – $27,000
• Bachelor of International Business – $27,000
• Bachelor of Government and International Relations – $25,500
• Bachelor of International Tourism and Hotel Management – $27,000
• Master of Professional Accounting – $29,500
• Master of International Tourism and Hospitality Management – $29,500
• Master of Marketing Advanced – $29,500
• Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice – $27,000
• Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry) – $28, 000
• Bachelor of Computer Science – $29,500
• Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) – $32,500
Study in Perth, Australia – The right study choice for your future
Perth is the perfect destination to study while enjoying great weather, lifestyle and pristinebeaches.
Quick Facts about Perth
- For the past 11 years, rated as one of the world’s top 10 most liveable cities (The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2004-2015)
- The cost of living in Perth is cheaper than in other major cities like Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane! (Worldwide Cost of Living Survey, The Economist, 2016)
- Perth enjoys a Mediterranean climate and is the sunniest capital in Australia with clear, blue skies 70% of the year!
- Ranked in the top 10% of 215 world cities for quality of life (Mercer, 2012)
- Home to some of the best beaches in the world! (TripAdvisor 2014)
- Rated in the top 30 Best Student Cities in the World (QS, London. 2012-2013)
- Rottnest Island, located off the coast of Western Australia, is ranked No.1 in the list of top Australian destinations (The Australian, 2014)
- The Margaret River Region is famous for world-class surfing and wineries
- 44% of international students in Western Australia work part-time with an average wage of $19.70 per hour
- 5.7% : WA’s unemployment rate remains lower than the national average
- Perth has a vibrant restaurant and food scene with more than 100 restaurants and pubs opening in the past two years
Here are3 reasons thatwillmakePerthan idealcityto study in:
- Worldwide education
Perth is home to five universities and a wide variety of vocational institutions which provide quality education and comprehensive training, with flexible study pathways and state-of-the-art facilities.
The Western Australian economy has created a strong demand for skilled staff.
As a full time student with a student visa, you will be able to work part-time for up to 40 hours per fortnight when the course is in session and unlimited hours during the holiday break.
As a student on a working holiday visa you can work full time or part time and you can study for up to four months at a time – a great way to learn a new vocational skill, such as Carpentry and Joinery, Business Management, Nursing and much more!
Find below more information about some of our quality institutions available in Perth.
- Lifestyle that is hard to match
Along with being a city of growth and success, Perth also offers international students a dynamic mix of an exploding restaurant and laneway bar scene and internationally-recognized festivals, cultural and sporting events, along with clear blue skies, pristine, clean beaches and beautiful parklands and unique natural landscapes.
Perth also has one of thehighest standards ofliving in the world and one of its most attractive aspects is the combination of a vibrant atmosphere and relaxed lifestyle.
Our warm weather and clean air allow us to enjoy a year-round outdoor lifestyle and make the most of our State’s natural beauty. Perthalso has alow crime ratecompared toother majorcities worldwide, making its campuses and streets secure and safe.
As a full time student, you will receive40% discount on all public transport, andbusesin the central districtsofPerthare free to all.
- Work Opportunities in Perth
The Western Australian education system has a key focus on practical work experience.
Business schools and employers recognise the importance of allowing students to apply their skills in a real business environment, and work together to provide rewarding internship opportunities.
A number of multinational organisations and some of Australia’s biggest companies open their doors to interns, often inviting students to join them on a permanent basis at the end of their studies.
Western Australia’s population accounts for just 10% of Australia’s population, and yet it has close to 10% of the country’s job opportunities.
For international students, this means that they can easily combine their studies with part-time employment, and with so many job opportunities available, most have no trouble finding a part-time job.
Choose you University in Perth, Australia at OVEC:
- Curtin University
- University of Western Australia
- TAFE Western Australia
- Murdoch University
- Edith Cowan University
• UTS is a dynamic and innovative university in central Sydney. One of Australia’s leading universities of technology, UTS has a distinct model of learning, strong research performance and a leading reputation for engagement with industry and the professions.
• UTS has a culturally diverse campus life and vibrant international exchange study and research programs that prepare graduates for the workplaces of today and the future.
• Our City campus is in the heart of Sydney’s creative precinct and alongside Sydney’s central business district.
• Over the next three years, the final phase of our City Campus Master Planwill deliver a state-of-the-art campus to meet the needs of 21st century students.
• Our Strategic Plan outlines our vision to be a world leading university of technology and provides a strong statement about UTS’s aspirations for our third decade.
• UTS is part of the Australian Technology Network of universities: a group of five prominent universities committed to working with industry and government to deliver practical and professional courses.
• With a total enrolment of over 40,000 students, UTS is one of the largest universities in Australia.
UTS offers over 130 undergraduate and 210 postgraduate courses across traditional and emerging disciplines such as
• built environment,
• information technology,
• international studies,
• pharmacy and science.
In line with the UTS model of global practice-oriented learning, many of our students undertake professional practice during their degree.
As part of their degree program, students also have the opportunity to study at one of more than 185 universities in about 40 countries with which UTS has exchange agreements.
Our world leading research centres span a range of disciplines, including
• biological and engineering sciences, and
• contemporary fields such as design, nanotechnology and sustainability.
Our researchers provide practical and relevant solutions to issues of national and international importance and equip graduates with the latest discipline specific skills and practices.
We also maintain strong relationships with the local community, industry, business and the professions through a wide range of partnerships, projects and events.
This is your guide to facilities management at UTS, including
• cleaning and maintenance of buildings and grounds,
• campus development projects and security, which are managed by Facilities Management Operations (FMO).
Why study at UTS?
• Academic help
The UTS Library is equipped with:
• over 450 computers, wireless and laptop facilities
• areas for group study and quiet reading
• assistance with researching and borrowing
• copying and printing
• course notes, and
• past exams
• To help you build skills in finding, using and organising information, the UTS Library offers tours and workshops.
• UTS’s Higher Education Language and Presentation Support (HELPS) service offers support with English language and academic literacy, including workshops, assignment advice and self-help resources.
• The UTS Counselling Service offers study skills workshops throughout semester, including some tailored to specific study areas.
• U:PASS is a student learning program designed to assist students who are studying subjects that are perceived as difficult or that historically have a high failure rate.
Course area specific learning centres
UTS offers a number of specialised learning centres, including:
• Engineering Learning and Design Centres
• Mathematics and Science Study Centre
• If you are concerned about your preparation for maths and science subjects consider doing a short intensive Bridging Course.
• Courses are designed for students commencing in nursing, midwifery, education, science, engineering, architecture, building and business.
• We offer 24 hour access to hundreds of computers across campus, software, your own email account, wireless network for your laptop or PDA, printing, scanning and CD or DVD burning.
• Our IT Support Centres are staffed by officers who understand your needs and are available to assist you from any internal or external phone as well as in person during office hours.
UTS Student Centres are your main point of contact for anything to do with the administrative side of studying.
Student centres provide general admin info and advice including:
• course advice,
• enrolment support,
• information on graduation eligibility,
• subject exemption (credit recognition) and much more.
If you have a disability or ongoing illness, the Accessibility Service provides support, including advice and assistance during the application process, and information about assessment assistance and referrals to academic liaison officers while you’re at uni.
UTS Student Services provides help with:
• health – a bulk-billed medical service on campus
• housing – for on-campus accommodation or help finding a place to rent
• special needs – support for students with disabilities or ongoing medical conditions
• finances – for loans and advice on budgeting, Austudy, tax, etc.,
• careers – for practical advice on your career, resume writing, graduate recruitment, and more
• counselling – a free and confidential service that can help with a wide range of personal, academic, relationship and administrative difficulties
• chaplaincy – pastoral or spiritual support, with chaplains from nine different faiths or traditions on campus at UTS
Costs of living
• If you’re thinking of studying and living in Sydney, you need to know what it costs to support yourself.
• This includes the cost of accommodation, food, transport, services, utilities, entertainment and other expenses to help you make the most of your time in this exciting city.
• At UTS, we estimate that an international student requires a minimum of A$18,876 – A$27,872 for living expenses for each academic year.
• A Department of Immigration and Border Protection requirement is that prospective international students must demonstrate that they have access to at least A$19,830 a year to fund their living costs in Australia.
• Choose to live in one of UTS’s five residencies close to the UTS campus or in off-campus accommodation.
• You will need to consider your preferred location, as well as your budget before you decide which accommodation option suits your needs and lifestyle.
• The UTS Housing Service offers safe, comfortable and affordable student accommodation close to the UTS campus.
• They also offer information and support to help you arrange private rental accommodation and can also assist with temporary accommodation for when you first arrive in Sydney.
WHY CHOOSE CURTIN
- Ranked in the top two per cent worldwide.
- Curtin University is a vibrant, forward-thinking, innovative university.
- When you join Curtin University, you’ll become part of an international family.
- With almost a third of our 51,000 students coming from a country outside of Australia.
- You’ll study in a multicultural and inclusive environment that gives you a sense of belonging.
- Curtin has a strong, international focus, with campuses in Perth, Sydney, Singapore and Sarawak.
- Offering internationally recognised courses that prepare you to work in the competitive global market.
- Curtin University is a popular study destination.
- Globally recognised for its strong connections with industry and high-impact research.
- It is ranked in the top two per cent of universities worldwide in the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2014.
- The only Western Australian university to be ranked in the top 50 under 50.
- Awarded a five-star overall excellence rating (out of five) in the International QS Stars rating 2014.
- Courses have a practical focus, offering you on-the-job experience.
- Strong industry collaboration
- Outstanding facilities link Curtin researchers, industry, government, and the community with Curtin working with industry on many high-impact research projects. These global collaborations drive innovation in key sectors such as business, mining and health and provide you with unique opportunities as a student, with access to real business and research, employer networks and new experiences.
- The wide range of professional skills and challenges will broaden your perspective and prepare you for a career anywhere in the world. Curtin has partnerships with more than 90 institutions worldwide and industry partners include Alcoa, Alzheimer’s Australia, Bankwest, BHP Billiton, Cancer Council Western Australia, Chevron, CSIRO, Rio Tinto, the Water Corporation and Woodside.
- In the Good Universities Guide 2014, which assesses the performance of Australian universities, we received a five star rating (out of five) for graduate starting salaries.
- The Curtin Alumni Community spans over 155 countries and comprises 190,000 Curtin graduates worldwide.
- As the thriving capital of Western Australia, Perth is a prosperous and cosmopolitan city set against the stunning backdrop of the Indian Ocean. It is the perfect place to study.
- Located in the same time zone as Hong Kong, Singapore, Beijing and Kuala Lumpur, Perth’s close proximity to Asia and its international airport make Curtin a convenient destination, and a place where it is easy to stay in touch with your family and friends at home.
Scholarships are part of Curtin’s commitment to rewarding academic excellence, supporting research and enabling students from all backgrounds to realise their potential.
Scholarships are available for both commencing and current Curtin students. Scholarships are more than just financial support; they can enhance your portfolio of achievements.
FACULTIES AND TUITION FEES:
- Agriculture, Environment and Sustainability – AUD $ 27 000 – 34 000 / Rs 729 000 – 918 000
- Architecture and Construction – AUD $ 28 000 – 31 000 / Rs 756 000 – 837 000
- The Arts and Creative Industries – AUD $ 27 000 – 30 000 / Rs 729 000 – 810 000
- Business, Management and Law – AUD $ 27 000 – 30 000 / Rs 729 000 – 810 000
- Culture, Language and Indigenous – AUD $ 27 000 / Rs 729 000
- Education – AUD $ 28 200 / Rs 761 400
- Engineering and Mining – AUD $ 33 000 – 34 000 / Rs 891 000 – 918 000
- Health – AUD $ 33 000 – 34 000 / Rs 891 000 – 918 000
- IT and Computing – AUD $ 27 000 – 34 000 / Rs 729 000 – 918 000
- Physical Sciences and Mathematics – AUD $ 29 000 – 35 000 / Rs 783 000 – 945 000
By accepting your offer at OVEC, you will benefit from:
- Telegraphic transfer and exchange discount rates for paying university tuition fees or expenses related to the university.
- FREE International Student Card (ISIC) valid in 120 countries for discounts on travel, accommodation, shops, entertainment, restaurants, museums and much more.
- 50% discount on loan processing fees at MCB bank.
- Discounted Airfares.
- 10% discount on laptops and computer tablets (You should come to OVEC office to get Authorization form)
AIWT is located in beautiful sunny Perth, the capital city of Western Australia, and our Malaga campus is only 20 minutes from the city, with easy access to public transportation.
Our campus is surrounded with a host of shops, restaurants and outdoor activities.
AIWT is a multi award winning education and training provider:
2014 WINNER – Business Information & Technology (Malaga Business Excellence Awards)
2014 WINNER – – Leadership, Culture & Management (Malaga Business Excellence Awards)
Winner Youth Employment and Training 2010 (Hanson Swan Business Awards)
Winner for Professional Services Award 2009 (Hanson Swan Business Awards)
Winner Service Excellence Award Medium Business 2009 (Customer Service Council WA)
Winner Best Service Business Award 2008 (Australia Post Stirling Small Business Awards)
We strive to provide our students with the best possible service and learning experience.
We care about seeing you succeed and getting closer to those dreams and goals!
With a competitive tuition fees and other student expenses, AIWT courses offer great value to international students.
Our practical learning environment equips students to “train locally and advance globally.”
Modern Classrooms/Common Area
All our classrooms are fitted with air conditioning, white boards, comfortable sitting arrangements, projectors and ample lighting that fosters for the best learning ambiance any student and lecture can wish for.
Our common sitting area offers students an environment to socialise while on a break in between lessons.
Our international office and service team are available to assist students with advice and information on visa/passport enquiries, academic problems, personal circumstances, payment of fees, course loads, policies, procedures and any other student enquiries that can be addressed within AIWT’s capabilities.
AIWT delivers courses over a period of 20 hours per week, with hands on classroom and a workshop training approach with assessments that include written tests, assignments and observed simulated practice.
Our teaching staff are available to assist you excel and achieve greater heights in your chosen area of study, they also bring to their classroom a wealth of teaching experience, industry knowledge and a unique approach to delivering world class education and training.
Students study with competency based training and assessment methods are assessed according to established industry standards that will equip you with the essential skills and knowledge to a gain a firm footing in your chosen industry area.
- Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety – $ 4800 (Total cost)
- Diploma of Work Health and Safety – $10,000 (Total cost)
- Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care – $12,000 (Total cost)
- Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management – $12,000 (Total cost)
- Diploma of Leadership and Management – $10,000 (Total cost)
- Advanced Diploma of Translating – $8500 (Total cost)
- Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care – $7000 (Total cost)
- Holmesglen Institute of Technical And Further Education (TAFE) is a tertiary level training institute situated in the South-Eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia.
- Holmesglen is one of the largest providers of vocational and higher education in Victoria.
- Since 1982, Holmesglen has grown from a delivery of 90 programs to 7,000 students, to a unique multi sectoral provider offering over 600 programs to more than 50,000 students.
- Holmesglen delivers internationally and nationally across four major campuses: Chadstone, City, Moorabbin and Waverley.
- Holmesglen invests to ensure that students have access to the best possible education and training facilities available.
WHY STUDYING AT TAFE HOLMESGLEN?
- Our programs are highly regarded within industry and include:
- Degree and graduate certificate courses
- Apprenticeships and pre-apprenticeships in engineering, hospitality, horticulture, furnishing and building and construction trades
- Over 200 nationally endorsed certificates, diplomas and advanced diplomas
- Pathways to Holmesglen degrees or other higher education streams
- Adult short courses
- Bridging and preparatory courses and adult VCE
- Language programs
- Trade accreditation and testing
- Corporate and industry programs.
- Holmesglen is a large, multi-sector Government institution situated across four campuses in Melbourne close to shops, parks, public transport and only 5-30 minutes from the city centre.
- Since its inception in 1982 Holmesglen has grown from a delivery of 90 programs to 7,000 students, to its current offering of over 600 programs to more than 50,000 students.
- Holmesglen delivers internationally and nationally across three campuses: Chadstone, Moorabbin and Waverley.
- Founded on apprenticeships and courses for the Building Industry, Holmesglen has since expanded to offer courses over a broad range of subject areas.
- 2008 saw the introduction of a number of new degree and associate degree programs, increasing the Institutes range of higher education courses to 10. New degree programs, most notably the Bachelor of Nursing, commenced in 2009. Holmesglen is the only institute in Australia offering upper secondary, vocational and higher education.
- We offer an extensive range of programs and services to students of many different backgrounds through a variety of teaching modes and enhanced by relationships with other educational institutions and key industries.
- The range of courses on offer at Holmesglen rapidly increased, and now the institute delivers not just vocational training for trades but also more academic courses including ten degrees in the areas of business, building, health & social sciences, hospitality, education & languages and arts & design.
- With a range of courses from certificate and diploma to degree level, all courses offered at Holmesglen are accredited by the Australian Government. Vocational courses focus on providing students with practical skills that are readily transferable to the workplace. This aspect of our courses provides employers with the knowledge that our graduates have practical experience in applying their skills.
- Holmesglen’s degrees provide an innovative delivery methodology with a distinct difference over the delivery of degrees at university. The main advantage of the delivery is the applied nature of teaching.
- Courses are structured to include lectures, tutorials, a simulated work environment and an opportunity for practical placement within several of the degrees.
- Students benefit from the Holmesglen experience while gaining a tertiary qualification normally only available through university.
- Holmesglen operates on five campuses: Chadstone (adjacent to Holmesglen train station), Moorabbin, Glen Waverley, City and Eildon.
- The Chadstone campus is the largest and most widely recognised. It is here that the traditional trade’s areas are mostly housed in addition to many other course areas.
- The Chadstone Campus has three on-site cafeterias in Building Five, Three and One and it also has McDonald’s and Nandos nearby. The campus is within walking distance to Chadstone Shopping Centre.
- The Moorabbin campus was acquired from Chisholm TAFE and began operating as a Holmesglen Campus in 2002. Prior to that it was part of Barton TAFE, before it merged to become Chisholm TAFC and before that stood alone as Moorabbin Technical College.
- This campus delivers a diverse range of courses including hospitality, business, engineering, health sciences, fitness and short courses. The Moorabbin Campus is also the sit of the Holmesglen Vocational College. The Moorabbin campus has one cafeteria in Building four and next to the cafeteria is an on-site Subway.
- The Waverley campus is the newest purpose built facility and delivers training in hospitality, childcare, multimedia, animation, filmmaking, tourism and recreation.
- The Eildon Campus which is their rural campus provides unique student and staff training opportunities.
- The City campus opened in early 2012, offering courses including fashion, building design, IT and language programs.
- Employment assistance aims to support students in their search for employment and includes the review of application letters and resumes for advertised vacancies.
- Graduate Employment Service provides employers and the industry with full end-to-end recruitment service and all the vacancies we secure would be advertised to relevant Holmesglen graduates.
- Students and graduates have access to career development information which is continually updated to include the latest on career expos, graduate recruitment drives by large companies, latest job search engines and other organizations operating in the graduate employment industry.
FACULTY & PROGRAM
- Arts & Design
- Building & Construction
- Business & Finance
- Education & Training
- Computing & IT
- Fitness & Wellbeing
- Community & Health Sciences
- Horticulture & Environment
- Hospitality, Tourism & Events
- Short Courses
SERVICES AND FACILITIES
- Accommodation and airport reception
- Comprehensive orientation program
- Assistance with finding employment
- Convenient access to public transport
- Engineering and building workshops
- Specialist nursing laboratories
- Hospitality kitchens and training restaurant
- Modern, well equipped classrooms
- Libraries, internet facilities and online study resources
- On campus cafeterias and nearby restaurant and fast food outlets
- Prayer rooms
- Recreation and social activity program
- Fitness centres
- Academic Skills Unit
- Sporting and social clubs
- Graduate Employment Service
- Professional counselling and medical services
- On campus car parking
WHY CHOOSE BOX HILL INSTITUTE?
- We’re recognised as one of the best
- A vibrant and multicultural environment
- Dedicated support for our international students
- A wealth of educational experience
- Big support: Small class sizes
- Course options
- Campus locations
- Pathways to degrees
- Vocational Education and Training (VET)
- Animal Studies
- Business and Management
- Community and Children’s Services
- Creative Industries
- Education, training and languages
- Engineering and Manufacturing
- Health and Fitness
- Horticulture and Land Management
- Hospitality, Tourism and Events
- IT and Information Services
- Music, Dance and Production
- Quarrying & Extractive Industries
- Science & Biotechnology
We offer a number of scholarships that:
- recognise the academic achievement of students
- Help students who need financial assistance
- Arthur Ling Fabrication Scholarship
- Box Hill Institute Financial Hardship Scholarship
- Rotary Club of Mont Albert And Surrey Hills ‘Inducement To Succeed’ Scholarship
- Vermont Lions Club Scholarship
- Chris Arnost ‘Stay Focussed’ and ‘Encouragement’ Scholarships
- Epworth Eastern Mid-Year Nursing Scholarship
We offer both certificate and diploma courses in many subjects.
- The cost for most certificate and diploma courses is AUD$ 12,200-17,800 / Rs 329 400 – 480 600
- The costs for degree and master courses are AUD$ 16,000-18,040 / Rs 432 000 – 487 080
- The costs for ELICOS courses are AUD$ 320 / Rs 8 640per week (Elgar Campus)
- The 1910 Perth Technical School building is located at 137 St Georges Terrace, Perth, Western Australia, adjacent to the Old Perth Boys Schoolbuilding, which had served as part of the school’s former temporary premises since opening of classes there on 16 May 1900
- A restrained and incomplete example of the Federation Free Medieval architectural style designed by government architect Hillson Beasley, this is one of the few examples of the style surviving in central Perth.
The curriculum included:
- art and design,
- woodwork and metalwork
Allen also extended the curriculum to include:
- fitting and turning,
- commercial studies,
- pharmacy and surveying.
- Perth Technical School was the venue for the first tertiary educational activity in the state.
- In 1905, The University of Adelaide formally affiliated itself to allow the school’s students to sit for undergraduate examinations in mathematics, physics, science, chemistry, geology, mineralogy and botany
- In 1908, a biology course was implemented qualifying for the first-year B.Sc.programme
- William Angliss Institute is Australia’s largest specialist centre for foods, tourism, hospitality and events training. The Institute operates nationally and internationally, delivering industry focused training from half day programs through to four year degrees, from traditional pub hospitality to five star customer service, from campus to youth programs, to the work place and to remote sites.
- Within our specialisations, the Institute offers a full complement of programs from VCAL and VET in Schools through Certificate, Diploma, Graduate Certificate and Degree programs.
- The Institute is delivering training in every State and Territory in Australia.
- The Institute continues to develop program offerings internationally.
- Four partnerships in China, one partnership in Sri Lanka and a Tourism Continuing Education & Training (CET) Centre in Singapore support an international delivery platform.
- The Institute continues to conduct off-shore project development work with industry, governments and development-aid agencies.
- The leading educational provider of Australian hospitality, tourism, foods and culinary arts knowledge and expertise locally, nationally and internationally.
- To deliver the highest quality specialist skills and education to inspire, empower and develop people passionately devoted to being service industry professionals, leaders and innovators.
- Bachelor of Resort and Hotel Management – $55,200 (Total course tuition fees including packaged courses)
- Bachelor of Resort and Hotel Management (Professional Practice) – $59,800
- Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management – $59,800
- Bachelor of Event Management – $55,200
- Bachelor of Culinary Management – $59,800
- Bachelor of Food Studies – $55,200
- Certificate III in Commercial Cookery – $17,600
- Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery – $26,400
- Diploma of Hospitality Management – $34,100
- Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management – $41,800
WHY STUDY AT William Angliss Institute?
- William Angliss Institute students in Sydney have sharpened their skills assisting with the Iron Chef All Stars 2017 charity dinner at the Sydney Opera House
- Manager Strategic Project Development at William Angliss Institute in Melbourne, Australia Jim Irwin presented to the AHA team on overcoming the challenges with the shortage of cooks and chefs in Australia.
- At William Angliss Institute we give our students the opportunity to learn in the best facilities anywhere in the world in culinary, hospitality, tourism and event management training. We know that to be successful in these industries you need a balance of expert knowledge and hands-on experience. Our first-class facilities and expert teaching will provide you with the confidence and experience to be a leader in your chosen field, opening doors to employment opportunities globally.
- William Angliss Institute’s central Melbourne facilities include innovative live and simulated classrooms with state-of-the-art information technology, designed to help you perform in real workplaces.
- On campus we have three operational restaurants and a conference centre where students can experience first-hand the thrill of creating delicious dishes and serving tables of satisfied patrons. Students learn how to cope with the day-to-day challenges of food service and event management at real events.
- Students access wireless internet across the campus and the student portal puts learning resources, timetables, student news and forums at your fingertips. Ultimately our cutting edge facilities are about making you job-ready with the tools you need to follow your passion anywhere in the world.
Melbourne – the tourism and food capital of Australia
- The Institute’s main campus lies in the heart of Melbourne, Australia, “the world’s most livable city”.* Melbourne was also voted as the 5th best city in the world for international students**. Each year, millions of international and local tourists visit Melbourne to attend many international events. Our reputation and industry connections ensure our students are provided with exciting work experience opportunities at many major events.
Now in Sydney
- The William Angliss Institute Sydney campus is located in Surry Hills, the heart of the city’s vibrant hotel and restaurant scene. Sydney’s natural beauty and outdoor lifestyle attract millions of tourists and make it a desirable study location.
Strong ties to industry
- As the preferred supplier of staff to Food Services Australia, Melbourne City Council, Good Food & Wine Show, and Melbourne Food and Wine Festival amongst others, our students have unrivalled access to the food, tourism and hospitality industries in Victoria and New South Wales.
A global reputation
- William Angliss Institute reaches far beyond Australian shores. In addition to our four joint venture campuses in China, our overseas training has grown with the addition of the William Angliss Institute Centre for Education and Training (CET) in Singapore. The global network of training further incorporates consultancy projects domestically and around the world. Students can also study through our joint venture campuses in Thailand, Sri Lanka and Malaysia.
* Economist Intelligence Unit, Global Liveability Survey 2013
** QS Best Student Cities in the World 2013
Careers & Employment
- The Careers and Employment Service provides William Angliss Institute students and recent graduates with access to job opportunities, career development services and industry engagement.
Come and Discover about 2 year post-study work visa at ICMS
STUDY A LEADING MASTER DEGREE IN AUSTRALIA
- We train ICMS students to be leaders of industry.
- Our two year postgraduate programs combine rigorous coursework, academic research, professional relevance and practical skills.
- Our graduates are analytical problem solvers with a depth of industry knowledge, and will have 6 months of professional work placement included in the last semester of their master degree.
- Our graduates leave ICMS ready to succeed as outstanding business leaders.
WHY STUDY AT ICMS?
- Australia’s most beautiful campus location
- Work integrated learning (work placement)
- Diversity of international students
- Quality and contemporary curriculum
- Small class sizes
- Emphasis on individual skills development
- Free support through the Academic Learning Centre
- We promote ourselves as Australia’s Leading Management College and we are also known as the most beautiful campus in Australia.
- We can attract any prospective students who have completed a bachelor degree in any discipline or those with previous work experience.
- The hotel industry will be a great option for those working here in hotels in Mauritius looking to study the Masters in Management (Hospitality and Tourism).
- We truly believe that our Master programs are very good value for money.
- we think they will be very attractive in Mauritius as its a 2 year program including a 6 month/600 hour industry placement and the total tuition fee for the whole 2 year program is AUD$35,400- (Rs 1309800) (only payable per semester).
- Also, after students have completed a 2 year Master program they can then apply for the 2 year Post Study work visa and continue to work in Australia for another 2 years if they would like to.
- We have put the industry placement on the last semester of the Master degree so that students may apply to keep working for the same employer.
- We offer career progression to students.
- Master of International Business
- Master of Management (Management and Organisations)
- Master of Management (Tourism and Hospitality)
- Graduate Certificate of Business
Why choosing La Trobe University?
- La Trobe University is a major Australian institution that has a worldwide reputation for academic excellence and innovation.
- At La Trobe’s Melbourne Campus students enjoy world-class teaching facilities and a vibrant collegiate atmosphere set among a peaceful parkland environment.
- La Trobe’s Melbourne Campus is situated only 14kms (8.7miles) from the Melbourne’s CBD and is within close distance of some of Melbourne’s most lively and diverse inner suburbs.
- The Melbourne Campus boasts 267 hectares (660 acres) of striking parkland and waterways, including a major wildlife sanctuary, featuring a wonderful display of native Australian animals.
- One of the universities opted for trial scheme of Public Transport Victoria (PTV) whereby all international students get 50% off the cost of annual public transport.
- La Trobe’s Sydney Campus is centrally located in the city’s Central Business District (CBD). You will be close to part-time work opportunities and host internship companies.
- Melbourne population – 4 million
- Sydney population – 4.7 million
- Nearest Airport
- Melbourne Airport (Tullamarine)
- Sydney Airport
- La Trobe has over 30 000 students from over 100 countries.
- The University is recognised for its research strengths at a global level.
- We are Australia’s leading university in biochemistry and cell biology research.
- Fast-track option for eligible students, enabling them to finish their degree in two years rather than three, saving a year of living cost and time.
- You may complete a double major in the same time.
- Small class sizes will provide a personalized and supportive study environment where you’ll further develop your communication skills and confidence.
- Internship program providing an opportunity to get valuable workplace experience in an Australian multicultural environment.
- La Trobe is one of a small number of Australian universities to be consistently ranked in the top 500 universities in the world on every major ranking scale.
Ranked in the top one hundred emerging universities in the world (Times Higher Education, The 100 Under 50 Universities, 2014)
Ranked 38 in the world for our courses in history (including archaeology) and in the top 100 for communication, media studies, linguistics and sociology (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2013)
Australia’s best university for research in microbiology and equal best in biochemistry and cell biology, and veterinary science (Excellence in Research for Australia rankings)
Produces worldwide recognised and high employable graduates given the well-established health Sciences area
La Trobe Business School has been ranked in the top 200 Business Schools by the QS Global MBA Rankings since 2010.Our MBA is currently ranked 14 by QS TOPMBA in the Asia Pacific region. It is ranked second in Melbourne and Victoria.
Undergraduate, postgraduate and other programs are offered in the following disciplines:
- Accounting and Business
- Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
- Allied health and rehabilitation
- Arts, communication and critical enquiry
- Asian studies
- Biological Sciences
- Counselling and social work
- Dentistry and oral health
- Economics and Finance
- Education and teaching
- European studies
- Health management
- Health sciences
- Historical and cultural studies
- Human biosciences
- Information Technology
- Marketing and Management
- Medical and Psychological Sciences
- Nursing, midwifery and Para medicine
- Outdoor and environmental education
- Physical, Chemical and Mathematical Sciences
- Public health
- Social sciences
- Visual and creative arts
On campus accommodation
• One of the largest on campus accommodation providers in Victoria, Accommodation Services at La Trobe offers a wide range of on campus accommodation options for new, returning, undergraduate, post graduate and placement students.
1. Pathway Programs
La Trobe Melbourne is a pathway option for students who want to study at La Trobe University but cannot gain direct entry. Foundation, Diploma studies and English language courses are offered by La Trobe Melbourne – owned and operated by global education pathway provider Navitas – at the Melbourne campus. La Trobe University Sydney Campus offers two Diploma pathway options dependent on a student’s IELTS results. Students who meet the academic entry requirements for Diploma but only have an IELTS score of 5.5 (min. of 5 in any band), may enter the Diploma via a provisional pathway: In this program they must successfully complete an additional Academic Study Skills unit during the first semester.
2. English Language
La Trobe’s English language program supports staff and students by providing language resources, advice, guidelines and consultations. The program has also developed an undergraduate subject which is available to all first year students using English as an additional language. Academic Language and Learning Unit staffs in each faculty work with students using English as an Additional Language.
3. Foundation Program
La Trobe Melbourne’s Foundation Studies are designed exclusively for international students to build upon their studies in their home country and to meet the entry requirements for undergraduate courses at La Trobe University.
4. Employability and Career
Over 81 per cent of La Trobe’s 2009 first degree graduates found full-time employment within four months of completing their qualification. Source: Australian Graduate Survey 2009.
At our Sydney Campus we have an Internship program where you can take advantage of an unpaid position in a corporate environment, with a focus on developing skills relevant to your career path.
You will be placed in an internship related to your studies, specialisation or area of interest. The internship usually lasts12–16 weeks and enables eligible degree students to:
• gain invaluable work experience
• transfer knowledge and theories from your university course into the workplace
• increase your chance of full-time employment within your chosen career
• Gain a workplace reference at the end of your internship.
International students can increase their proficiency of the English language and experience of the Australian work force culture.
International Postgraduate Research Scheme (IPRS) and La Trobe University Fee Remission Research Scholarship (LTUFRRS)
La Trobe University Postgraduate Research Scholarships (LTUPRS)
Academic Excellence Scholarships ($10,000-$20,000)
Undergraduate Engineering, Regional Campus Scholarship ($20,000)
Regional Campus Scholarships ($5,000)
College Postgraduate Excellence Scholarships (20% tuition fee discount for entire course duration to nominated courses)
International Student Recruitment Scholarships ($3,000 – $5,000)
WHY STUDYING AT UWA?
The University of Western Australia (UWA) is recognized internationally as an excellent research-intensive university.
The University of Western Australia ranks 91st in the world in the highly UWA is the only Western Australian university to belong to the Group of Eight
Established in 1911, the University’s ground-breaking research, quality academic staff and state-of-the-art facilities combine to offer a Ranked 5th out of 19 in Australia.
Ranked 1st in Australia for life and Agriculture Sciences
Vibrant student experience.
The University has a strong commitment to excellence and this underpins all its activities, particularly in the areas of teaching and research.
UWA graduates are consistently the best in gaining full-time employment when compared to other university graduates in Western Australia and most other Australian universities.
UWA students leave with a highly respected qualification and with the skills sought by employers in today’s challenging job market.
Lectures will be some of the best in the country, with such talented staff; classes are designed to ensure that all students received an outstanding education.
Strong relationships with a wide range of organisations that help us provide strong theoretical understanding with practical, real-world application.
Western Australia’s largest academic library is housed here. In addition, UWA has a new AUD$30 million Sciences Library as well as number of subject area libraries.
The faculties are:
Bachelor of Arts – $ 28 500 / Rs 769 500
Bachelor of Commerce – $ 34 000 / Rs 918 000
Bachelor of Design – $ 33 500 / Rs 904 500
Bachelor of Science – $ 35 000 / Rs 945 000
Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) – $ 37 000 / Rs 999 000
- ATCO Australia Undergraduate Scholarship • Valued at $10,000
- BHP Billiton Regional and Remote Scholarship • Valued at $50,000 over three years
- BHP Billiton Undergraduate Scholarship • Valued at $22,000 over three years
- David Mack Indigenous Undergraduate Commencing Scholarship • Valued at $10,000 over one year
- James McClements Scholarship • Valued at $7,500 over one year
- John Willinge Scholarship in the UWA Business School • Valued at $10,000 over three years
There are five residential colleges affiliated with or owned by UWA, providing a home for more than 1000 students:
- Currie Hall
- St Catherine’s College
- St Thomas More College
- St George’s College.
Chisholm is Victoria’s premier public vocational education and training provider, prominently placed across Melbourne’s south east manufacturing heartland and residential growth corridors.
We pride ourselves on our record of providing quality education and training that leads to real career outcomes.
Our long-term success means you can trust that you’ll learn job ready skills, and earn a respected qualification.
We are a government-owned TAFE that offers over 250 certificate, diploma, advanced diploma, bachelor and graduate certificate courses, with each course carefully structured to ensure that all of our graduates finish with the skills needed to further their career aspirations.
Chisholm is a safe investment in your future.
What we can do for you
Chisholm provides relevant education and training with real job prospects.
Learning with us means that you’ll earn a qualification that is recognised by employers across the country.
Our goal has always been to provide education that can directly enhance your employment opportunities in the workforce.
You’ll be taught by teachers who know the industry first hand, and have significant experience in what the needs of employers are.
We offer multiple learning options including on-campus, online and in the workplace to fit in with your busy lifestyle.
We have seven locations across South East Melbourne, all conveniently located with parking and public transport access.
Each campus features a modern learning environment, helpful support services, and world class facilities.
If you need a study solution that considers your work or family commitments, we have online courses that are perfect for you.
We offer 20 courses online, ranging from Certificate IV to Diploma and Graduate Certificate qualifications and deliver these in a virtual classroom with innovative learning tools.
Each online course includes access to assistance seven days a week and encourages you to learn at your own pace, in your own time.
These courses are delivered by our dedicated and specialist online team – Chisholm Online.
In the workplace
We deliver training in the workplace.
This may include work placement as part of your course work—so you get real on-the-job experience with your nationally recognised qualification.
We can also work with your employer.
We have apprenticeship courses to increase your skills and qualifications which can make all the difference in your career options.
- Age care
- Beauty services
- Building and construction
- Business Management
- Cookery and Patisserie
- Disability services
- Early childhood
- Games Development
- Graphic Design
- Make up
- Bachelor of Community Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drugs – 3 Years Full-Time or 6 Years Part-Time – Maximum Tuition Fee*: $39,600.00
- Bachelor of Engineering Technology – 3 Years Full-Time – Maximum Tuition Fee*: $37,440.00
- Bachelor of Design – 3.5 Years Full-Time or 6 Years Part-Time – Maximum Tuition Fee*: $38,400.00
Why study at Chisholm?
Through our student centred training approach and emphasis on accountability, responsibility and ownership, the program equips students with relevant industry knowledge and practical job-ready skills.
With the Chisholm model, students engage with content in their own time prior to the formal workshops.
This allows us to tailor workshops around your specific needs and focus on key areas of importance for your business.
Throughout the program participants work together on projects that require real life skills such as teamwork, collaboration, problem solving, effective communication, innovation and resourcefulness.
Our innovative, industry first quality training programs are founded on developing a critical modern day workplace skills for students including:
- Planning and organising
- Team work
- Problem solving
- Technology and learning
- Initiative and enterprise.
At each workshop, participants take away a ‘best idea’ to implement within a three to four week period with the support of mentors/supervisors.
The ‘idea’ may be as simple as a commitment to adopt positive behaviour when dealing with difficult resident behaviours.
Participants will keep a log book of the ‘best idea’ in a journal.
Other key benefits include:
- Content linked to the industry standards and outcomes
- Employees improve their skills whilst the business benefits through increased productivity
- Students receive a certificate of participation which can be used as evidence of professional development.
Training and assessment staff
Chisholm will provide appropriately qualified staff to deliver the training and assessment services.
Training and assessment staff assist the Delivery Manager and client in delivering an outcome focused high quality training program incorporating compliant training and assessment activities.
Training and assessment staff are responsible for:
- Coordinating workplace training visits through the client
- Conducting compliant training and assessment
- Supervising monthly required releases from routine work duties to participate in on-the-job learning
- Assisting the Industry Engagement Advisor and client in identifying further training opportunities within the organisation
- Serving as a liaison between client and Australian Apprenticeship Centres (ACC) where appropriate.
Qualification of training staff Chisholm appoints only properly qualified staff to deliver training and assessment services. At a minimum, our training staff hold a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and a qualification in the industry for the course they are delivering.
In addition, Chisholm trainers maintain a close connection with their industry so that they are familiar with current industry practice and emerging trends. Your Chisholm teacher/trainer is an industry expert and a skilled learning facilitator.
Kangan Institute is one of Australia’s largest and most trusted education and training providers, offering a wide range of courses from English language programs to internationally recognised certificates, diplomas and advanced diplomas.
With more than 91 years of educational excellence, our qualifications give you real skills, real pathways and the confidence to succeed in life.
With five campuses in Melbourne, Kangan Institute is an innovative training provider with a dynamic multicultural atmosphere.
Every year our courses (including diploma, certificate, industry and short courses) build the skills of more than 30,000 students seeking practical, accredited training.
Kangan Institute’s five campuses offer a wide range of courses in a variety of fields, ranging from certificates to diplomas.
- Moonee Ponds
- CERTIFICATE IV IN BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION (BUILDING) – $11508
- Diploma of Nursing – $29715
- Diploma Of Veterinary Nursing (General Practice) – $6982.5
- DIPLOMA OF AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY – $4725
- Diploma of Beauty Therapy – $16623.9
- Diploma of Leadership and Management – $7600
Kangan Institute Facilities
Library and Learning Centre
Library and Learning Centres are located at Broadmeadows, Docklands, Essendon and Richmond campuses.
Student Support and Recreation
SSR supports student across six campuses (Broadmeadows, Docklands, Essendon and Richmond) by providing resources, on-campus activities, trips and tours, sporting competitions, student publications and support services.
Facilities and Services
- Flexible Learning Centres
- Library and Learning Centre
- Pathway Programs
- Pathways to University
- VET in Schools
- Course Counselling
- Disability Support
- Welfare and Financial Support
- Indigenous Support
- Language Support
- Personal Counselling
- Employment Centre
- Work Experience (Fashion)