The Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE is in the process of rebranding itself to become Melbourne Polytechnic. The college has been established in northern Melbourne for over 100 years, but during that time they have expanded to have a student population of around 70,000. The number and type of courses have also changed over time with the introduction of more vocational degree qualifications and pathways to higher education. It is for this reason that they have decided to change their name to better reflect their current offer.
A recent survey has found that Australia is still the most successful destination for British expats.The seventh annual NatWest International Personal Banking Quality of Life index, undertaken by the Centre for Future Studies, found that 89% of Britons living in Australia reported an improved quality of life.
82% of those questioned said that their main reason for living in Australia was a better environment and quality of life for their children, with 73% saying that their health had improved in the new climate.
The Victorian International Education Awards this year brought success for a number of the colleges that we work with. NMIT claimed the award for Excellence in International Education – TAFE, read more about that here, while William Angliss has won the award for Excellence in International Student Employability and Career Development.
The North Melbourne Institute of TAFE (NMIT) has recently won the 2014 award for Excellence in International Education – TAFE, within the state of Victoria.
The award is presented each year to the Victorian TAFE provider that has demonstrated outstanding achievement in it's delivery of TAFE courses to international students.
For the fourth year running, Melbourne has been awarded the highest ranking by the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability survey, with half of the top ten made up from cities in Australia and New Zealand.
As well as Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney, Perth and Auckland all feature. Canada has also done well in the ranking, with three cities featuring in the top ten.
The Certificate in Superyacht Crewing course at NMIT (Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology) is an excellent course for those interested in working in the global industry of superyachting. During the programme students train in real-life environments and qualify to work as an entry-level crew member on super yachts around the world.
NMIT’s graduates have gone on to work on luxury superyachts in the Mediterranean, Caribbean and Pacific. Superyacht crewing is a great way to see the world!