William Angliss Institute is a dedicated training provider for the foods, tourism and hospitality industries, delivering a range of courses from four-year degrees, Australian Accredited Apprenticeships to short courses.
21,900 students enrol at William Angliss Institute each year, comprising of local and international students on campus and industry-based students. Enrolled at William Angliss Institute's Melbourne campus are over 1,300 international students from around the world. An additional 1,200 students are enrolled offshore through four joint campuses in China.
As the Government endorsed Specialist Centre for Foods, Tourism and Hospitality, William Angliss Institute works with industry leaders to develop innovative training solutions that meets the needs of today's industry, including membership and affiliation with a range of Australian and international industry and educational organisations.
In 1940, prominent Melbourne businessman, Sir William Angliss, founded Australia's first trade college dedicated to providing training for the food industry. The William Angliss Food Trades School was born. Quickly gaining national recognition and prominence, the School continued to build on these foundations, expanding the extent and variety of its programs.
Since then, William Angliss Institute has provided specialist education and training in foods, tourism and hospitality. These are hands on, customer focused vocations that attract creative and enthusiastic students from around the world. Our 21,500 enrolments each year comprise of local and international students based on campus or participating in workplace training.
Along with the main campus in the centre of Melbourne, Australia, William Angliss Institute also delivers training direct to industry partners through interstate offices, including the Angliss Industry Training Centre in Sydney (opened in 2011), four joint venture campuses in China and through national and international consultancy projects around the world.
Students at William Angliss Institute learn in a professional but fun environment. Training facilities and resources are state-of-the-art, plus there are a number of student services to support you while studying.
You'll find plenty of flexibility in the way courses are delivered; from hands-on classes to field trips and virtual classrooms depending on the course you undertake. Assessment methods vary across courses too.
If you have prior experience or qualifications, you may be eligible for credit transfers or some Recognition of Prior Learning.
Need to take a break from study? You can defer your course for either six months or a year on approval from the Institute.
Fee Help at William Angliss Institute
FEE-HELP is a loan scheme that assists eligible students to pay their tuition fees for:
- Higher Education – Degree Programs
Students wishing to defer fees through a FEE-HELP scheme, the following fees apply:
- A loan fee of 25% applies to FEE-HELP loans for undergraduate courses of study: at WAI, this relates to Bachelor degrees in the Higher Education program.
Interest is not charged on your FEE-HELP debt. However, your debt is indexed annually by the Tax Office to maintain its real value.
No O–Week available at this time.
Courses at William Angliss Institute
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Open Day Events
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5 August 2012
William Angliss Institute Open Day
Find out everything you need to know about embarking on a successful and rewarding career in foods, tourism and hospitality at William Angliss Institute's Open Day 2012.
- Speak with staff and students
- Tour state of the art facilities
- Find out more information about study areas
- Meet industry partners
- Experience student life at William Angliss Institute with trial-a-trade
- Taste delicious treats made by current students
- Pre-register to win loads of fantastic prizes
What does William Angliss Institute offer?
William Angliss Institute is a Specialist Centre in Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts. Course options include:
- Culinary Arts (Commercial Cookery)
- Food Science and Technology
- Meat Processing
- Tourism, Ecotourism and Guiding
- Retail Travel Sales
- Resort Management - Dive
- Resort Management - Spa
- Resort Management - Water Recreation
- Entertainment Operations
- Compliance and TAB Wagering Training
- Short Courses
What services does William Angliss Institute Offer?
- Medical Centre on campus
- Free Counselling Centre service
- Careers and Employment service
- Learning Support Teachers
- Accommodation Service
- Free internet access to all students
- Library with internet, printing and scanning facilities
- Recreation activities such as snowboarding, rock climbing, sightseeing tours and surfing trips scheduled throughout the year.
- Angliss Global Network (Student Alumni)
What does 'mode of study' mean?
Mode of study means wether you will be attending classes Full Time or Part Time. Check the course as most courses will only offer one or the other.
When are student intakes?
This varies from course to course depending on what course you are doing.
Intakes are usually February and July for mid-year intakes with some courses taking monthly intakes.
You will need to check your Course Guide, the William Angliss website or chat to the Information Centre staff for this information.
Short Courses at William Angliss Institute
The short courses at the William Angliss Institute are a good way to try your hand at the hospitality industry and get some skills at the same time. The courses on offer are:
- Coffee Making
- Food Safety Hygiene
- Food Safety Auditors
- Patisserie and Desserts
- Wine Appreciation
Scholarships at William Angliss Institute
The William Angliss Institute of TAFE offers a few scholarships to commencing students in 1012. These inclue:
- The Academic Excellence scholarship
- Equity Scholarships