Home About Us Office Maps   Career Guidance Courses Institutions Visits & Interviews Education Fairs Travel Information Contact Us
           
Schools in
Australia
Colleges in
Australia
Universities in
Australia
Colleges in
UK
Universities in
UK
Colleges in
Singapore
COLLEGES IN AUSTRALIA

Looking at the sheer number of education institutions which are mushrooming up around the world, it is difficult for student and parents to decide on which of the institutions are going to be the ones that they are going to further their studies in.

It is hope that the following pages will help you to understand the institutions better.

Match your strengths to your interests.  Know what the future career requirements are.  Make the 
RIGHT choices to match your budgets.  REMEMBER: You are going to live your life in FUTURE!

A number of colleges offer a variety of courses ranging from Year 10, 11, 12, foundation as well as certificate and 
diploma courses. These colleges are well known for their success rates and have transferred students into universities
across Australia.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Murdoch Institute of Technology
Murdoch College
Canning College
Tuart College
Curtin International College
Cambridge International College
TAFE International, Perth
Navitas - Perth  Institute of Business and Technology
Taylors College
 
VICTORIA
Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE, Melbourne
Box Hill Institute of TAFE, Melbourne
Navitas - Melbourne Institute of Business and Technology
Hales Institute
Ozford College
William Angliss Institute of TAFE
Victoria University TAFE Division
RMIT TAFE Division
Swinburne TAFE Division
Cambridge International College
Auston Melbourne
Taylors College
Monash College
 
Sydney
Study Group - Taylors College
Navitas - Sydney Institute of Business & Technology
Blue Mountain International Hotel Management School
Navitas - IIBIT
International College of Management (ICMS)
TAFE New South Wales
ANU College
St. Paul's International College
 
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Navitas - South Australia  Institute of Business and Technology
ICHM
Eynesbury College
TAFE South Australia
Le Cordon Bleu, Adelaide
Bradford College, Adelaide
Immanuel College
 
QUEENSLAND
Nudgee International College
Southbank Institute of TAFE
West Moreton Anglican College
John  Paul International College
Brisbane Grammar School
International Education Services - University Queensland Foundation Year
Navitas - Queensland Institute of Business and Technology
 
NEW SOUTH WALES
Wollongong University College
ICTHM
Le Cordon Bleu, Sydney
Spealty Language Centre
 
TASMANIA
Institute of  TAFE Tasmania
Hutchins School

 

 

IELTS INTERVIEWS



IELTS WORKSHOP
An IELTS workshop will be conducted in StudyExcel Subang Jaya on
For more information on dates, click here.
Call 03 5880 9999 to book a place..


Institution Interviews for
Subang Jaya

Penang
Taiping
Ipoh
Johor Bahru

SCHOLARSHIPS SCHOLARSHIPS
TASMANIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS

These scholarships provide international students with a 25% reduction in registered tuition fees for the duration of the course.

 
Investing in your future Generous scholarships available for September 2012 and January 2013
 

SCHOLARSHIPS IN ENGINEERING AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT

The Faculty is offering 12 scholarships to eligible applicants of an approved full-time degree program.

 

 

Find us on Facebook

NEWSPAPER ARTICLES

IMPORTANCE OF INTERNSHIP
The Star, Jan 5 Thursday, 2012
We often receive resumes which have only the applicant's basic information minus the work experience especially from fresh graduates. When questioned why. they will say that they have just gradauted and have no work experience yet. But Some graduates have gone through intership or industrial training during their studies but they often do not think of it as working experience becuase to them it is not a full time job. How wrong they are!!!
Read more about it here

UNDERSTANDING STUDENTS' NEEDS
(The Star,
HIGHER EDUCATION, StarSpecial, Wednesday 14 December 2011)

Our life is a summary of decision we make and the biggest and most important decision is probably our education direction. The most difficult questions to answer is, "Do I choose a course with good job prospects or a course which I have passion and interest in?"
Read more about it here.

STUDY ABROAD OR LOCALLY
(The Star,
HIGHER EDUCATION, StarSpecial, Wednesday 14 December 2011)

We struggle everytime when it comes to deciding where to send our children to further their studies. Every parent will automatically want to keep their children nearby so that they can watch over them. So what are the points to conside when making a decision on where to send our children for further studies.
Read more about it here.

 
           
           

@copyright STUDYEXCEL SDN BHD 2013
All information contain in this website is correct at the time of publishing
For any enquiries on this site, please write to webmaster@studyexcel.com