Science & Environment

Courses include: Pathology testing; engineering; marine studies; aquaculture; laboratory technology; geoscience

Colleges

Ara Institute of Canterbury

Bay of Plenty Polytechnic (BOPP)

Box Hill Institute

Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT)

Holmesglen Institute

Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT)

Otago Polytechnic

RMIT University (TAFE)

TAFE International Western Australia

TAFE New South Wales

TAFE Queensland

Unitec

Features

TAFE International Western Australia regional campuses

Western Australia is Australia’s largest state and covers the entire Western third of the country. So, if you want to live and study in Western Australia, your choices are not restricted to Perth!

Studying outside of a big city can provide students with a unique opportunity to experience life in a close community while earning a qualification that will provide excellent future career options. 

TAFE Western Australia has seven regional campuses all around the state offering courses open to international students. The campuses are divided up by area:

Faye Hooper

Faye studied at Challenger Institute, and has now just completed her first year at Murdoch University

Faye's study experience started at Challenger Institute in 2013 with a Diploma of Environmental Monitoring and Technology, she has stayed in Western Australia and enrolled at Murdoch University for her Bachelors degree.  You can read her previous student experience story here and here.

Study Options’ student wins International Student of the Year Award

We love to hear from our students once they have arrived in Australia or New Zealand, especially when they have good news!  We are pleased to announce that one of our students, who went to study at the Challenger Institute in Western Australia (TAFE WA), has just graduated and won the award for International Student of the Year.

Faye Hooper studied a Diploma of Environmental Monitoring and Technology at TAFE WA – read her student story here.

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