Your guide to college study in Australia

  • What can I study?

    Here are some examples of the subjects that are available for you to study at Australian colleges.  Certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas and degrees are available at different colleges in the following:

    Aeronautics - Private pilots licence; commercial pilots licence; airport management; aviation studies

    Animal studies - Veterinary nursing; animal studies; equine studies; thoroughbred horse training; horse industry management

    Art & design - Animation; clothing production; digital media; fashion design; graphic design; interior design; photography; jewellery design; product design and development; furniture design; ceramics; photo imaging; fine arts; costume design and production; stage management; footwear production; digital creativity; advanced 3D design...

  • Western Australia

    Student on the beach in Perth. Photo credit: Study Perth
  • Welcome

    Tangalooma Wrecks. Photo credit: Brisbane marketing

    "Study in Australia" is a free online guide for students in the UK who are interested in a vocational study period overseas.

    Study in Australia is an independent source of information for students, their families, careers advisors, schools, colleges and universities, that will help you make clear, informed decisions about choosing to study abroad. With an overview of Australia's education system, an extensive listing of its colleges as well as guidance on the application process and costs involved for UK-based students.

    You can use the ‘Enquire Now’ button on the college profiles, to send a question to that college, request a prospectus and application form, or obtain further information. Good luck!

  • Australia

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  • William Angliss Institute

    The Melbourne Campus. Photo credit: William Angliss Institute

    William Angliss Institute has devoted the last 75 years to inspiring students and providing specialist education and training in foods, tourism and hospitality. These are exciting vocations that have no borders and attract creative, enthusiastic students from all over the world. The Institute enrols over 21,500 students each year, a total made up of local and international students on campus and industry-based students. There are currently more than 1,500 international students enrolled at William Angliss’s Melbourne campus. 

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