Our Events courses will assist you to gain the operational practical skills and essential theoretical knowledge required to coordinate event operations. Students work with real clients to co-ordinate in-house functions in William Angliss Institute venues, then progressively build on their skills to project manage entire real events for both internal and external clients. Learn how to master the art of successfully managing client expectations, while meeting the demands of managing finances, sponsors, marketing and legal requirements, all key skills in demand in the industry. Gain an understanding of what is required to plan an event from concept through to completion, with the development of your own event proposal. Continue to build your knowledge of effective management practices through innovation, trends research, feasibility, marketing strategies, policy development and risk management. This holistic program equips graduates with skills that are highly sought after in the event industry.
코스The Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management equips you with the management knowledge, technical skills and insights into the dynamic tourism and hospitality industry. Graduates can recognise the challenges and opportunities in tourism and hospitali
Application steps: Complete International Student Application Form F1 including Student Declaration and, where applicable, Agent Declaration which confirms student awareness of student visa regulations, financial obligations and satisfying GTE and GS criteria. Attach one set of all certified documents as identified in the Document Checklist for Application Refer to Document Checklist for Application on the inside back cover to ensure you have completed your application correctly http://www.angliss.edu.au/international/how-to-apply
IELTS (Academic): minimum overal band of 5.5 (with 5.0 on each subtest)
If you would like to study in Australia at a university or tertiary level then you may be eligible for the Higher Education Sector Visa (subclass 573) or Postgraduate Research Sector Visa (subclass 574). If your intention is to study a non-award foundation studies course or components of a course (other than English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students) that does not lead to an award then the Non Award Sector visa (subclass 575) may suit your needs. For those who intend to come to Australia to undertake English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) the Independent ELICOS Sector visa (subclass 57) provides this option. In some cases it is possible to package your studies on the one visa subclass. For more information please see Course packaging. Eligible student visa applicants from participating education providers may also be able to apply for Streamlined student visa processing. If you have finished your studies and wish to work in Australia temporarily, please see Post-study work arrangements or our Working visas. ; See more at http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Stud
February Intake (Certificate IV and above) Current Victorian Year 12 students applying for a Certificate IV qualification or above at our Melbourne campus, are required to apply through the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC). VTAC applications close in early December. Successful applicants who have applied through VTAC will receive a letter of offer via VTAC in January. The offer letter will include interview information, when and where to enrol, how to enrol by proxy, and how to defer. Note: Students who do not come to enrolment, or who have not organised a proxy to enrol for them on the given date, will forfeit their place. http://www.angliss.edu.au/future-students/how-to-apply
Australian Year 12 qualification or equivalent