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William Angliss Institute of TAFE



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8 Undergraduate programs
0 Postgraduate programs


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About William Angliss Institute of TAFE

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.



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Accommodation Options

  • Temporary accommodation – Varies from motels and budget hotels, to backpackers and hostels
  • Student apartment - Large centres full of apartments of varying sizes (1 to 5 bedrooms)
    • Located in or near the city
    • Offers a furnished bedroom with access to shared facilities such as bathroom, laundry or living space
  • Homestay - A homestay involves living with a family in their home.
    • ​Offers international students the opportunity to live with an Australian family, get to know their
      way of life, an opportunity to practice their English and enjoy the comforts of a home away from home.
  • Private rental - Renting an apartment or a house either alone or with housemates
    • Privately from real estate agents or a private landlord.
    • Often unfurnished so students will need to buy furniture and kitchen utensils


Facilities available:

  • Student Spaces and Retreat Rooms
    • ​Male and female retreat spaces are provided in Building D, Ground Floor as a space for quiet contemplation or prayer.
    • The Lounge is located in Building C, Level 1 for all students looking for a place to eat, meet and relax between classes. Activities available include pool tables, table tennis, board games and hiring of sporting equipment, TV with FOXTEL, vending machines, reheating facilities for food and running hot and cold water.
  • IT, Wifi & Printing, myWai Support
  • Lost Property
  • First Aid and Medical Centre​
    • There are a number of first aid kits and defibrillators located around the campus. The kits have signs featuring a white cross on a green background. Each kit contains a list of current first aid Level 2 staff members. The Institute First Aid Room is located in The Lounge in Building C, Level.
    • A full range of medical services are offered at the Medical Centre, including pregnancy testing and advice, pap smears and contraception, pathology testing, health checks, dietary advice, referrals, diving medicals  as well as sports and travel medicine.
    • ​The Medical Centre offers a bulk-billing, fully confidential service to all students. International students with a valid Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) card can also see the doctor at no additional cost. A Medicare or OSHC card is required for an appointment.
  • Transport and Parking
  • Student Services
  • Bakeshop
  • Angliss Spa
  • 3 demonstration kitchens
  • 4 training bakeries
  • Confectionery Centre
  • Coffee academy
  • Hotel business centre
  • Wine sensory evaluation centre
  • Chocolate laboratory
  • 110 classrooms
  • Food demonstration centre
  • Learning Resource Centre with access to over 130 computers

William Angliss Institute’s main campus lies in the heart of Melbourne, the world’s most livable city. Culturally diverse, without being overwhelming in size, Melbourne is welcoming, multicultural and lively. William Angliss Institute’s Melbourne campus is located at 555 La Trobe Street, Melbourne.

William Angliss Institute’s Sydney campus is located on the ground floor 26-32 Waterloo Street, Surry Hills.

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