Courses include: Accounting; administration; banking; marketing; property; business development; human resource management; advertising
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:
Study accounting at TAFE South Australia in Adelaide
The Advanced Diploma of Accounting at TAFE SA prepares graduates to work within the financial services industry and other industries requiring accounting support functions. Some possible job roles include:
- Assistant Accountant
- Financial Planner/Financial Investment Advisor.
The Advanced Diploma of Accounting at TAFE SA also provides a pathway to University with successful completion of this qualification counting as credit towards nine different Bachelor Degrees at the University of Adelaide, University of South Australia and Flinders University.
Moses Lutaaya is from Uganda and is studying the Advanced Diploma of Accounting at TAFE SA
"I’ve always had a keen interest in studying accounting and have wanted to explore the world for as long as I could remember. I decided to look into studying abroad and the found that the TAFE South Australia accounting course not only offered great value for money but would provide me with the knowledge and skills that employers want. My lecturers are fantastic and always go that extra mile to help all their students and make learning and understanding accounting inspiring.
Studied Bachelor of Business (Hotel & Resort Management) at Le Cordon Bleu
A graduate of the class of ’07, Myles Carr is now Franchise Operations Manager – NSW for AccorHotels, looking after 26 hotels across the region. He says his degree provided him with the foundation skills to feel confident to put up his hand up for the position.
“If someone had told me that eight years after graduating I would have worked in six or seven hotels, with each position different and better than the previous, I would never have believed them,” says Myles.
Study at the Hotel School in Sydney or Melbourne
The Master of International Tourism and Hotel Management (16 units) is designed for students with or without industry experience who wish to gain a higher degree in the field of tourism and hospitality studies. The degree is flexible with students able to choose a course of study that matches their prospective career path offering a coursework schedule consisting of hotel and tourism management and an optional workplace internship.
Moved from Brazil to study a Diploma of International Business at Holmesglen in 2014
“After some research, I found the right courses for me; the Certificate III and Certificate IV in International Trade and the Diploma of International Business at Holmesglen.
“The lecturers gave me a lot of theory information, regarding importation and exportation, communication skills, law, management and much more that have helped me work in the international logistics and marketing/ management fields.