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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
19 Beaches
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.

CAMPUS LOCATIONS
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.

Campus Locations
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.
Campus Locations
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.
Campus Locations
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.
Campus Locations
International students can currently study across four campus locations including: Broome; Karratha; Kununrra; South Hedland

Scholarships:

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

University Partners:

TAFE International Western Australia has advanced standing agreements with the following Western Australian Universities.

Edith Cowan University
Murdoch University
Curtin University
The University of Western Australia

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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
19 Beaches
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.

CAMPUS LOCATIONS
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.

Campus Locations
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.
Campus Locations
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.
Campus Locations
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.
Campus Locations
International students can currently study across four campus locations including: Broome; Karratha; Kununrra; South Hedland

Scholarships:

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

University Partners:

TAFE International Western Australia has advanced standing agreements with the following Western Australian Universities.

Edith Cowan University
Murdoch University
Curtin University
The University of Western Australia

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