William Angliss Institute - INTERNATIONAL COURSE GUIDE 2023 Melbourne & Sydney

 
William Angliss Institute - INTERNATIONAL COURSE GUIDE 2023 Melbourne & Sydney
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INTERNATIONAL COURSE GUIDE 2023
Melbourne & Sydney

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William Angliss Institute - INTERNATIONAL COURSE GUIDE 2023 Melbourne & Sydney
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William Angliss Institute - INTERNATIONAL COURSE GUIDE 2023 Melbourne & Sydney
Table of
           Tuition Fees....................................................................................................................................................................           2-5
           Why Study at Angliss ........................................................................................................................................                              6-7
           Careers & Employment .................................................................................................................................                                     8-9

Contents
           Melbourne Campus ............................................................................................................................................                            10-11
           Sydney Campus .......................................................................................................................................................                    12-13

           Masters Programs
                International Hospitality Entrepreneuship..........................................................                                                                                 16-17
                            International Hotel Leadership.........................................................................................                                                 18-19

           Bachelor Degrees
                Resort and Hotel Management .......................................................................................                                                                 20-21
                            Tourism and Hospitality Management.....................................................................                                                                 22-23
                            Tourism ..........................................................................................................................................................      24-25
                            Event Management .........................................................................................................................                              26-27
                            Culinary Management .................................................................................................................                                   28-29
                            Food Studies ............................................................................................................................................               30-31

           Study Abroad ..............................................................................................................................................................              32-33

           Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma Courses
           Culinary Studies ......................................................................................................................                                                  34-35
                 Commercial Cookery ....................................................................................................................                                            36-37
                            Patisserie .....................................................................................................................................................        38-39
                            Baking ..............................................................................................................................................................   40-41
                            Food Science & Technology .................................................................................................                                             42-43

           Hospitality Management .......................................................................................................................                                           44-45
                 Hospitality - Food, Beverage & Business Management .................                                                                                                               46-47
                            Hospitality - Hotel Management ....................................................................................                                                     48-49

           Travel & Tourism ....................................................................................................................                                                    50-51
                 Travel and Tourism ..........................................................................................................................                                      52-53
                            Aviation (Cabin Crew) ...................................................................................................................                               54-55

           Event Management ...............................................................................................................                                                         56-57
                 Event Management .........................................................................................................................                                         58-59

           Student Support ......................................................................................................................................................                   60-63
           Scholarships and Competitions ..........................................................................................................                                                 64-65
           Studying and Living in Australia ........................................................................................................                                                66-67
           Policies and Procedures ...............................................................................................................................                                  68-69
           Tuition Fees and Additional Expenses ........................................................................................                                                            70-71
           Refund of Fees ..........................................................................................................................................................                72-73
           Academic Calendar .............................................................................................................................................                             74
           How to Apply ...............................................................................................................................................................                75
           Entry Requirements ...........................................................................................................................................                           76-77
           Document Checklist for Application .............................................................................................                                                            78
           Application Form (A1) .....................................................................................................................................                              79-84
           Short Courses........................................................................................                                                                                       85
           Study in Singapore................................................................................                                                                                       86-87
           Important Contacts...............................................................................................................................................                           88

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William Angliss Institute - INTERNATIONAL COURSE GUIDE 2023 Melbourne & Sydney
2023 Tuition Fees
for International Students                                                                                                                                   Melbourne Campus
                                                                                                                                                                        INDUSTRY
                                                                                                                                                  TOTAL                 PLACEMENT   TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                  COURSE     SEMESTER   SEMESTER    COURSE
CRICOS     COURSE CODE         COURSE /QUALIFICATION TITLE                                     PACKAGED OR PREREQUISITE COURSES                   DURATION   FEE        FEE         TUITION FEES   INTAKES              PG.

MASTERS PROGRAMS
109375H     CRS1401173         Master of International Hospitality Entrepreneurship                                                               2 yrs      $14,000    $3,500 *    $45,500        Feb, July            16
109250K     CRS1401161         Master of International Hotel Leadership                                                                           2 yrs      $14,000    $3,500      $45,500        Feb, July            17

BACHELOR DEGREES
089144D     CRS1400274         Bachelor of Resort and Hotel Management                                                                            3 yrs      $10,400                $62,400        Feb, Jul             20
089145C     CRS1400277         Bachelor of Resort and Hotel Management                                                                            4 yrs      $10,400    $2,600**    $67,600        Feb, Jul             20
                               (Professional Practice)
058617K     CRS1201421         Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management                                                                     4 yrs      $10,400    $2,600      $67,600        Feb, Jul             22
085672A     CRS1400177         Bachelor of Event Management                                                                                       3 yrs      $10,400                $62,400        Feb, Jul             26
058616M     CRS1201422         Bachelor of Culinary Management                                                                                    4 yrs      $10,400    $2,600      $67,600        Feb, Jul             28
089135E     CRS1400280         Bachelor of Food Studies                                                                                           3 yrs      $10,400                $62,400        Feb, Jul             30
092215A     CRS1400381         Bachelor of Tourism                                                                                                3 yrs      $10,400                $62,400        Feb, Jul             24
092216M     CRS1400368         Bachelor of Tourism (Ecotourism)                                                                                   3 yrs      $10,400                $62,400        Feb, Jul             24
092217K     CRS1400380         Bachelor of Tourism (Marketing)                                                                                    3 yrs      $10,400                $62,400        Feb, Jul             24
070200A     WA17HESA26         Study Abroad (26 weeks)                                                                                            0.5 yr     $10,400                $10,400        Feb, Jul             32
070201M     WA17HESA52         Study Abroad (52 weeks)                                                                                            1 yr       $10,400                $20,800        Feb, Jul             32
070201M     WA17HESA52         Study Abroad (52 weeks) with                                                                                       1 yr       $10,400    $2,600      $13,000        Feb, Jul             32
                               Work Integrated Learning semester

CULINARY
CERTIFICATE III IN COOKERY ONLY
093736A SIT30816       Certificate III in Commercial Cookery                                                                                      1 yrs      $9,700                 $19,400        Feb, May, Jul, Oct   36
COMMERCIAL COOKERY
093737M SIT40516       Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery                                                                                       1.5 yrs    $9,700                 $29,100        Feb, May, Jul, Oct   36
090997D SIT50416       Diploma of Hospitality Management                                       Packaged with Cert. IV in Commercial Cookery       2 yrs      $8,500                 $37,600        Feb, May, Jul, Oct   36
091147E SIT60316       Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management                              Packaged with Cert. IV in Commercial Cookery       2.5 yrs    $8,500                 $46,100        Feb, May, Jul, Oct   36
058616M CRS1201422     Bachelor of Culinary Management                                         Packaged with Cert. IV in Commercial Cookery and   5 yrs      $10,400    $2,600      $82,500        Feb, Jul             36
                                                                                               Adv. Dip. of Hospitality Management

* Incubator project
** Students are required to pay a full year tuition fee (2 subjects fee) for the year of Professional Practice
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CERTIFICATE III IN PATISSERIE ONLY
093734C    SIT31016         Certificate III in Patisserie                                                                                     1 yr      $9,700             $19,400   Feb, May, Jul, Oct   38
PATISSERIE
093735B    SIT40716         Certificate IV in Patisserie                                                                                      1.5 yrs   $9,700             $29,100   Feb, May, Jul, Oct   38
090997D    SIT50416         Diploma of Hospitality Management                        Packaged with Cert. IV in Patisserie                     2 yrs     $8,500             $37,600   Feb, May, Jul, Oct   38
091147E    SIT60316         Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management               Packaged with Cert. IV in Patisserie                     2.5 yrs   $8,500             $46,100   Feb, May, Jul, Oct   38
058616M    CRS1201422       Bachelor of Culinary Management                          Packaged with Cert. IV in Patisserie and Adv. Dip. of    5 yrs     $10,400   $2,600   $82,500   Feb, Jul             38
                                                                                     Hospitality Management
BAKERY
107366C FBP30521    Certificate III in Baking                                                                                                 1 yr      $9,700             $19,400   Feb, Jul             40
FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
107351K    FBP50121         Diploma in Food Science and Technology                                                                            1 yr      $8,500             $17,000   Feb, Jul             42
TRAVEL AND TOURISM
TRAVEL AND TOURISM
093959G SIT40116            Certificate IV in Travel and Tourism                                                                              0.5 yr    $8,500             $8,500    Feb, Jul             52
093243M SIT50116            Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management                 Packaged with Cert. IV in Travel and Tourism             1 yr      $8,500             $17,000   Feb, Jul             52
093243M SIT50116            Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management                 Direct entry                                             1 yr      $8,500             $17,000   Feb, Jul             52
092215A CRS1400381          Bachelor of Tourism                                      Packaged with Dip. of Travel and Tourism Management      3 yrs     $10,400            $58,600   Feb, Jul             52
058617K CRS1201421          Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management           Packaged with Dip. of Travel and Tourism Management      4 yrs     $10,400   $2,600   $63,800   Feb, Jul             52
AVIATION
0101251 AVI30219            Certificate III in Aviation (Cabin Crew)                                                                          0.5 yr    $9,900             $9,900    Feb, Jul             54
093243M SIT50116            Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management                 Packaged with Cert. III in Aviation (Cabin Crew)         1.5 yrs   $8,500             $26,900   Feb, Jul             54
090997D    SIT50416         Diploma of Hospitality Management                        Packaged with Cert. III in Aviation (Cabin Crew)         1.5 yrs   $8,500             $26,900   Feb, Jul             54
HOSPITALITY
CERTIFICATE III IN HOSPITALITY ONLY
091435G SIT30616       Certificate III in Hospitality                                                                                         0.5 yr    $8,500             $8,500    Feb, May, Jul, Oct   46
HOSPITALITY
090997D SIT50416       Diploma of Hospitality Management                                                                                      1 yr      $8,500             $17,000   Feb, May, Jul, Oct   46
091147E SIT60316       Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management                                                                             1.5 yrs   $8,500             $25,500   Feb, May, Jul, Oct   46
058617K CRS1201421     Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management                Packaged with Adv. Dip. of Hospitality Management        4 yrs     $10,400   $2,600   $61,900   Feb, Jul             46
ANGLISS INTERNATIONAL HOTEL SCHOOL (AIHS)
090997D SIT50416       Diploma of Hospitality Management - delivered by AIHS                                                                  1 yr      $9,900             $19,800   Feb, Jul             48
089145C CRS1400277     Bachelor of Resort and Hotel Management                       Packaged with Dip. of Hospitality Management - delivered 4 yrs     $10,400   $2,600   $66,600   Feb, Jul             48
                       (Professional Practice)                                       by AIHS

EVENTS
093738K    SIT50316         Diploma of Event Management                                                                                       1 yr      $8,500             $17,000   Feb, Jul             58
085672A    CRS1400177       Bachelor of Event Management                             Packaged with Dip. of Events Management                  3 yrs     $10,400            $58,600   Feb, Jul             58

REPEAT SUBJECTS
Tuition fees must be paid for repeat subjects or components of repeat subjects.
Vocational Course repeat fees may range between $20 - $25/hour;
Bachelor Degree repeat subjects will be charged at $2600/subject (Melbourne campus) or $2375/subject (Sydney campus).
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2023 Tuition Fees
for International Students                                                                                                                           Sydney Campus
                                                                                                                                                     INDUSTRY
                                                                                                                               TOTAL                 PLACEMENT   TOTAL
                                                                       PACKAGED OR                                             COURSE     SEMESTER   SEMESTER    COURSE
CRICOS    COURSE CODE     COURSE /QUALIFICATION TITLE                  PREREQUISITE COURSES                                    DURATION   FEE        FEES        TUITION FEES   INTAKES              PG.

BACHELOR DEGREE
058616M   CRS1201422      Bachelor of Culinary Management                                                                      4 yrs      $9,500     $2,375      $61,750        Feb, Jul             28

CULINARY
CERTIFICATE III IN COMMERCIAL COOKERY ONLY
093736A SIT30816       Certificate III in Commercial Cookery                                                                   1 yr       $8,400                 $16,800        Feb, Apr, Jul, Sep   36
COMMERCIAL COOKERY
093737M   SIT40516        Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery                                                                 1.5 yrs    $8,400                 $25,200        Feb, Apr, Jul, Sep   36
090997D   SIT50416        Diploma of Hospitality Management            Packaged with Cert. IV in Commercial Cookery            2 yrs      $8,100                 $33,300        Feb, Apr, Jul, Sep   36
091147E   SIT60316        Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management   Packaged with Cert. IV in Commercial Cookery            2.5 yrs    $8,100                 $41,400        Feb, Apr, Jul, Sep   36
058616M   CRS1201422      Bachelor of Culinary Management              Packaged with Cert. IV in Commercial Cookery and Adv.   5 yrs      $9,500     $2,375      $74,650        Feb, Jul             36
                                                                       Dip. of Hospitality Management
CERTIFICATE III IN PATISSERIE ONLY
093734C SIT31016        Certificate III in Patisserie                                                                          1 yr       $8,400                 $16,800        Feb, Apr, Jul, Sep   38
PATISSERIE
093735B SIT40716        Certificate IV in Patisserie                                                                           1.5 yrs    $8,400                 $25,200        Feb, Apr, Jul, Sep   38
090997D SIT50416        Diploma of Hospitality Management              Packaged with Cert. IV in Patisserie                    2 yrs      $8,100                 $33,300        Feb, Apr, Jul, Sep   38
091147E SIT60316        Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management     Packaged with Cert. IV in Patisserie                    2.5 yrs    $8,100                 $41,400        Feb, Apr, Jul, Sep   38
058616M CRS1201422      Bachelor of Culinary Management                Packaged with Cert. IV in Patisserie and Adv. Dip. of   5 yrs      $9,500     $2,375      $74,650        Feb, Jul             38
                                                                       Hospitality Management

HOSPITALITY
090997D   SIT50416        Diploma of Hospitality Management                                                                    1 yrs      $8,100                 $16,200        Feb, Jul             46
091147E   SIT60316        Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management                                                           1.5 yrs    $8,100                 $24,300        Feb, Jul             46

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Additional Costs
Non-tuition Fees
ADDITIONAL EXPENSES (ASSOCIATED WITH SOME COURSES)                                      YEARLY COST       OTHER FEES AND CHARGES                                                                      COST

MOST COURSES                                                                                              Re-issue of Student ID Card                                                                A$30
Master and Bachelor Courses Non-tuition fee (texts/material/uniform/excursion and       Approx. A$1,000   Re-issue of Transcript of Results                                                          A$15
equipment costs)
Certificate, Diploma and Adv. Diploma Courses Non-tuition fee(texts/material/uniform/   Approx. A$500     Re-issue of certificates                                                                   A$80
excursion and equipment costs)
COMMERCIAL COOKERY / CULINARY MANAGEMENT                                                                  International Administration Fee (as applicable)                                           A$100
Uniform*                                                                                From A$95         Administration Processing Fee for course cancellation                                      A$750
Shoes *                                                                                 From A$60         Re-print of payment fee letter (invoice)                                                   A$10
Equipment*                                                                              From A$335        Re-issue of Letter of Completion                                                           A$20
PATISSERIE                                                                                                Telegraphic Transfer (TT) of tuition fees                                                  A$30
Uniform*                                                                                From A$95         No-show for pre-booked airport reception service                                           A$80
Shoes *                                                                                 From A$60         Penalty for late tuition fee payment (per week)                                            A$100
Equipment*                                                                              From A$385        Re-issue of Letter of Offer                                                                A$100
TOURISM                                                                                                   Re-issue of Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE)                                                A$150
Excursions, field trips, accommodation and class materials                              From A$800
BAKING
Uniform*                                                                                From A$95
Shoes *                                                                                 From A$60
Equipment*                                                                              From A$385        NOTES
FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Course notes, laboratory coat, excursions                                               From A$200        Note 1: Items marked with an * can be purchased from outlets on campus or elsewhere.

HOSPITALITY                                                                                               Note 2: Only tuition fees listed on pages 2-4 are paid directly to William Angliss Institute.
Uniform for food and beverage service units*                                            From A$80
                                                                                                          Note 3: All prices listed above are subject to change without notice.
EVENTS
Uniform*                                                                                From A$55
                                                                                                          DEPOSIT
ANGLISS INTERNATIONAL HOTEL SCHOOL
                                                                                                          Non-refundable deposit of $200 applies to package with Diploma.
Overseas study tour (optional)                                                          Approx. A$1,100
                                                                                                          Non-refundable deposit of $200 applies to package with Advanced Diploma.
                                                                                                          Non-refundable deposit of $1,000 applies to package with Bachelor Degree.

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Why study at
    William Angliss?
                               80 years
                               of experience
                                                   Convenient
                                                   locations
                                                                      Award Winning
                                                                      2021                                                                2018
                                                                      Australian Training Awards                                          2018 Victorian International
                               Government          Strong             Winner - Large Training Provider of the Year                        Education Awards
                                                                                                                                          Premier’s Award - International Provider of the Year
                               owned specialist    employment         Victorian Training Awards
                                                                      Winner - Large Training Provider of the Year                        2018 Victorian International
                               centre              outcomes           Victorian Tourism Awards
                                                                                                                                          Education Awards
                                                                                                                                          Winner - Excellence in International
                                                                      Gold Winner                                                         Education - TAFE

                                                                      2019                                                                2018 Victorian International
                               22,000              Study alongside    2019 AFTA National Travel
                                                                                                                                          Education Awards
                                                                                                                                          Finalist - Excellence in International
                               enrolments          local Australian   Industry Awards
                                                                      Winner - Best Registered Travel
                                                                                                                                          Student Employability
                                                                      Industry Training Institution
                               annually            students                                                                               RACV Victorian Tourism Awards
                                                                                                                                          Best Tourism Education and
                                                                      Northern Territory Training Awards
                                                                                                                                          Training Provider
                                                                      Finalist - Industry Collaboration
                                                                      Category for Training Indigenous Young People with Voyages          2018 Asian Culinary Cup
                               The biggest         1,800              Indigenous                                                          Winner
                                                                      Tourism Australia at Ayers Rock Resort
                               & best facilities   international      Queensland Training Awards
                                                                                                                                          International Centre of Excellence in Tourism & Hospitality
                                                                                                                                          Educational - Graduate 2018 Global Index
                                                   students from      Finalist - Premier’s Industry Collaboration Category for Training
                                                                      Indigenous Young People with
                                                                                                                                          #1 in Disability Support

                                                                      Mossman Gorge Training Centre
                                                   60 countries

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Careers and
    Employment
    85% of undergraduates secure full-time employment, four months after
    completing their course.

       Learn more

    Our reputation with               Careers and                                 Networking with industry                               Careers Worskshops                            Industry Partners
                                      Employment Services                         – Speed networking provides a unique                   A series of career development workshops to   – Altara                             – Koko Black
    industry and our quality          – Online jobs noticeboard                     opportunity to learn from employers                  prepare you well to be job ready.             – Australian Hotels Association      – LUCAS Restaurants
    training provides an              – Career development and guidance           – Get involved in major events:                        – How to Communicate with Confidence          – Brown Family Wine Group            – Lune Croissanterie
                                                                                    Melbourne Food and Wine Festival;                    – Your Rights at Work
    advantage in gaining:             – Advice on resume writing
                                                                                    Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival; Melbourne
                                                                                                                                                                                       – Calibre Feasts                     – Melbourne Marriott Hotel Docklands
                                      – Interview techniques practice                                                                    – Networking Basics & LinkedIn                – Casey Bonacci Events               – PARKROYAL Monash Melbourne
                                                                                    International Film Festival.
    • Part-time and casual            – LinkedIn profile assistance                                                                      – Ace the Interview                           – City of Melbourne                  – Pavilion Australia
                                                                                  – Higher Education Mentoring Program provides
     employment                       – Careers and Employment Expos                students a link to the profession in a structured    – Personal Branding                           – Cricket Australia                  – Peter Rowland
                                      – Employment opportunities with employers     and tailored way and brings exposure to the          – Disney Guest Service Basics
    • Internship Placements                                                                                                                                                            – Cumulus Inc.                       – RACV City Club
                                        from all over Australia.                    practical realities of working in the Hospitality,
                                                                                                                                                                                       – Dann Event Hire                    – Sand Hill Road
    • Graduate Employment                                                           Tourism, Events and Culinary industries.             Industry on campus
                                      Careers and                                                                                                                                      – Delaware North                     – The Big Group
                                                                                                                                         – Frequent on campus visits by leading
                                      Employment Expos                            Internship Coordinators                                  industry employers looking to recruit       – Hilton Hotels & Resorts            – The Ninth Element
                                                                                  – Dedicated staff to guide and                           students and share advice on applications   – Explore Australia                  – Trumpet Events
                                      – Employment opportunities with employers
                                                                                    assist in securing internship placements:              and interviews.
                                        from all over Australia.                                                                                                                       – Fed Square                         – Young Tourism Network
                                                                                    Bachelor Degrees
                                                                                    and select programs.                                                                               – Fetching Events & Communications   – ZINC at Federation Square
                                                                                                                                                                                       – Food & Desire

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Melbourne Campus
                                       William Angliss Institute’s main campus is the largest specialist facility for hospitality, foods,
                                       tourism and events in Australia. The fully serviced campus is conveniently located in the
                                       Central Business District. The campus is situated within the free tram zone and is easily
                                       accessed by train, bus and tram.

                                       555 La Trobe Street, Melbourne

                                                                                          Facilities
                                                                                          – New Patisserie and Cake          – On-Site Medical Centre
                                                                                            Decorating Facilities            – Skills and Jobs Centre
                                                                                          – New Chocolateria                 – Campus Cafe
                                                                                          – New Gelateria                    – On-Site Club Chef Retail Outlet
                                                                                          – New Tram Café (Opening 2022)     – Dilmah Tea Room
                                                                                          – New Student Learning             – Wine Tasting Room
                                                                                            Commons
                                                                                          – New Hotel Management
                                                                                            Integrated Learning Facilities   Around our campus
                                                                                          – 2 Training Restaurants           – Flagstaff Gardens and
                                                                                          – 17 Fully Equipped Training         Flagstaff train station
                                                                                            Kitchens                         – Southern Cross Station and
                                                                                          – Coffee Academy                     Marvel Stadium
                                                                                          – Meat Processing Rooms            – Many tram lines and bus
                                                                                                                               services
                                                                                          – Food Technology Laboratories
                                                                                                                             – The central business and
                                                                                          – Demonstration Lecture
                                                                                                                               legal district
                                                                                            Theatres
                                                                                                                             – Victoria Police Headquarters
                                                                                          – 3 Hotel Training Suites
                                                                                                                             – Melbourne Central and
                                                                                          – Flight Attendant Training
                                                                                                                               Emporium Shopping Centres
                                                                                            Facilities
                                                                                                                             – The Queen Victoria Market
                                                                                          – Conference Centre
                                                                                                                             – Royal Melbourne and St.
                                                                                          – 110 Classrooms
                                                                                                                               Vincents Hospital
                                                                                          – Library
                                                                                                                             – Many restaurants, cafes,
                                                                                          – Student Lounge                     bars & events venues

                                                              FLAGSTAFF
                                                               GARDENS

                                                                          FLAGSTAFF
                                                                           STATION

                                             POLICE HQ

                                            SOUTHERN
                                              CROSS
                                             STATION

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Sydney Campus
                                                                          Our Sydney campus has moved to new modern facilities. The new location is easily
                                                                          accessible from three different train stations, a regular bus service and a cycle path passes
                                                                          by the new campus. Alexandria also offers affordable accommodation and is a growing food
                                                                          culture destination.

                                                                          11 Bowden Street, Alexandria

                                                                                                                                                                     Facilities
                                                                                                                                                                     – Huge, modern kitchens
                                                                                                                                                                     – Large training restaurant
                                                                                                                                                                     – Street front café
                                                                                                                                                                     – Fully equipped bar
                                                                                                                                                                     – A range of formal and modern informal learning spaces
                                                                                                                                                                     – Student break-out spaces

                                                                                                                                                                     Around our campus
                                                                                                                                                                     – Easy access to train station
                                                                                                                                                                     – Regular bus services and great cycle paths
                                                                                                                                                                     – Affordable accomodation options
                                                                                                                                                                     – Many restaurants, cafes, bars and
                                                                                                                                                                       events venues, including ‘The Grounds’
                                                                                                                                                                     – Centennial Park
                                                                                                                                                                     – Paddington and Surry Hills neighbourhoods
                                                                                                                                                                     – Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
                                                                                                                                                                     – Boutique art galleries and shops

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Undergraduate
                                                                                                                                                  DEGREES

     & Postgraduate
     Programs
     Masters Programs
     One semester of practical engagement through work placement or project
     implementation.

     Bachelor Degrees
     Work Placement - One year of Work Integrated Learning (Industry Work
     Placement) included in Bachelor courses.

     Pathways to Degrees
                                       Bachelor of Hotel and Resort Management (Professional Practice)
     Completed Diploma of
     Hospitality Management
     or equivalent *
                                  F    12 months study                    12 months study                     12 months Industry Work Placement

                                       Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management
                                       or Bachelor of Culinary Management
     Completed Diploma of
     Hospitality Management
     or equivalent*
                                  F    12 months study                    12 months Industry Work Placement   12 months study

     Completed Advanced Diploma
     of Hospitality Management
     or equivalent *
                                  F                      6 months study   12 months Industry Work Placement   12 months study

                                                                                                  *Subject to assessment for advanced standing

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POSTGRADUATE

                                                                                       This program features industry experts providing
                                                                                       an opportunity for you to learn, observe, question,
                                                                                       and receive feedback from accomplished hospitality
                                                                                       start- ups founders, representatives and
                                                                                       venture capitalists.

     Master of                                                                         Master of International
                                                                                       Hospitality Entrepreneurship
                                                                                       CRICOS Code:                   109375H
                                                                                                                                 CAREER PATHS
                                                                                                                                 – Entrepreneurs

     International
                                                                                                                                 – Managers
                                                                                       Course Code:                CRS1401173
                                                                                                                                 – Dynamic leaders
                                                                                       Campus:                      Melbourne
                                                                                       Intakes:                       Feb, Jul   – Creatives
                                                                                       Duration:                       2 years   – Working in innovation labs

     Hospitality
                                                                                       Mode of study:                      FT      or incubators
                                                                                                                                 – Business owners
                                                                                       Subject areas include:
                                                                                                                                 – Hospitality consultants
                                                                                       Year 1

     Entrepreneurship
                                                                                       – Leading Self and Others
                                                                                       – People and Culture Driven
                                                                                         Leadership
                                                                                       – Financial Management and
                                                                                         Data Analytics
                                                                                       – Entrepreneurial Mindset, Practices
                                                                                         & Experiences
                                                                                       – Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures
     The program is designed to cultivate your entrepreneurial leadership capacity     – Design Thinking for the
     through experiential learning methods. In the final semester you will work with     Experience Economy
                                                                                       – Entrepreneurial Leadership
     industry mentors, through an incubation process to bring your ideas to life         & Innovation
                                                                                       – Elective
                                                                                       Year 2
                                                                                       – Leadership in Uncertain Times
        Learn more
                                                                                       – Strategic Entrepreneurship
                                                                                       – Entrepreneurial Incubator: From
                                                                                         Idea to Pre-launch
                                                                                       – Entrepreneurial Incubator: From
                                                                                         Idea to Launch
                                                                                       – Elective

                                                                                       In the final semester you will work                  Semester 1       4 Subjects
                                                                                       with industry mentors, through an          Year 1    Semester 2       4 Subjects
                                                                                       incubation process to bring your ideas               Semester 1       4 Subjects
                                                                                       to life.                                   Year 2    Semester 2       Incubator

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POSTGRADUATE

                                                                    We create real-world and practical learning
                                                                    experiences where students engage and learn from
                                                                    industry experts, solve real business problems and
                                                                    work on hotel industry relevant projects.

     Master of
                                                                    Master of                                 CAREER PATHS
                                                                    International Hotel Leadership            – General manager
                                                                    CRICOS Code:                  109250K
                                                                                                              – Hotel/ resort manager
                                                                    Course Code:                CRS1401161
                                                                                                              – Hotel brand manager

     International
                                                                    Campus:                     Melbourne
                                                                    Intakes:                       Feb, Jul   – Operations manager
                                                                    Duration:                       2 years
                                                                    Mode of study:                      FT

                                                                    Subject areas include:

     Hotel Leadership
                                                                    Year 1
                                                                    – Leading Self and Others
                                                                    – People and Culture Driven
                                                                      Leadership
                                                                    – Financial Management and
                                                                      Data Analytics
     This unique interdisciplinary program is designed to foster    – International Hotel Operations
                                                                      Management
     transformational leadership to meet current and future hotel   – Global and Ethical Hotel Leadership
     management’ needs and challenges                               – Revenue Management and Strategy
                                                                    – Research Methods Elective subject
                                                                    Year 2
                                                                    – Work Placement (Prerequisite
        Learn more                                                    RES801)
                                                                    – Leadership in Uncertain Times
                                                                    – Leading Sustainability in the Hotel
                                                                      Industry
                                                                    – Design Thinking for the Experience
                                                                      Economy
                                                                    – Elective subject

                                                                    Students will undertake a                           Semester 1    4 Subjects
                                                                    semester-long work placement               Year 1   Semester 2    4 Subjects
                                                                    program at a leading hotel brand.                   Semester 1    Work Placement
                                                                                                               Year 2   Semester 2    4 Subjects

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                                                                                                      Bachelor of                                 Bachelor of
                                                                                                      Resort and Hotel Management                 Resort and Hotel Management
                                                                                                      CRICOS Code:             089144D            (Professional Practice)
                                                                                                      Course Code:      CRS1400274                CRICOS Code:             089145C
                                                                                                      Campus:             Melbourne               Course Code:       CRS1400277
                                                                                                      Intakes:                 Feb, Jul           Campus:              Melbourne
                                                                                                      Duration:                 3 years           Intakes:                 Feb, Jul
                                                                                                      Mode of study:                FT            Duration:                 4 years
                                                                                                                                                  Mode of study:                 FT
                                                                                                      Subject areas include:
                                                                                                      – Fundamentals of the resort                This program provides students
                                                                                                        and hotel industry                        with full time experience in a work

     Resort
                                                                                                      – Emerging trends in the resort and         environment under the mentorship of
                                                                                                        hotel industry                            industry experts.
                                                                                                      – Managing resort operations
                                                                                                      – Rooms division operations                             Semester 1         4 Subjects

     and Hotel
                                                                                                      – Innovation and entrepreneurship            Year 1     Semester 2         4 Subjects

                                                                                                      – Digital marketing and distribution                    Semester 1         4 Subjects
                                                                                                                                                   Year 2     Semester 2         4 Subjects
                                                                                                      – Financial analysis and decision
                                                                                                                                                              Semester 1         4 Subjects
                                                                                                        making                                     Year 3     Semester 2         4 Subjects

     Management
                                                                                                      – Human resource operations
                                                                                                                                                              Professional Practice
                                                                                                                                                   Year 4
                                                                                                      – Risk and legal issues
                                                                                                      – Revenue management.
                                                                                                                                                  NOTE: Professional Practice
                                                                                                                                                  placement is subject to individual
                                                                                                                                                  employer interview and entry criteria.
                                                                                                                  Semester 1        4 Subjects
                                                                                                       Year 1     Semester 2        4 Subjects
                                                                                                                                                  If the placement is not secured,
                                                                                                                                                  students will exit with Bachelor of
                                                                                                                  Semester 1        4 Subjects    Resort and Hotel Management.
                                                                                                       Year 2     Semester 2        4 Subjects
     Designed for future leaders in this dynamic industry,
                                                                                                                  Semester 1        4 Subjects
     Bachelor qualifications in Resort and Hotel Management                                            Year 3     Semester 2        4 Subjects
                                                                                                                                                 CAREER PATHS
     focus on a blend of operational skills, strategic thinking                                       Extend your learning with the four         – Resort & Hotel Manager
     and innovation in service design.                                                                year Bachelor of Resort and Hotel          – Business Development Manager
                                                                                                      Management (Professional Practice).
                                                                                                                                                 – Human Resources Officer
                                                                                                                                                 – Revenue Manager
                                                                                                                                                 – Rooms Division Manager
        Learn more
                                                                                                                                                 – General Manager
                                                                  Nuwanji Senanayake - Sri Lanka
                                                                  Graduate. Bachelor of Tourism and
                                                                  Hospitality Management.
                                                                  Duty Manager,
                                                                  Jackalope Hotel,
                                                                  Mornington Peninsula
                                                                  Harin Wijewardena - Sri Lanka
                                                                  Graduate. Bachelor of Resort and
                                                                  Hotel Management
                                                                  (Professional Practice).
                                                                  Night Manager,
                                                                  Jackalope Hotel,
                                                                  Mornington Peninsula
                                                                  jackalopehotels.com

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DEGREES

                                                                                                      Recognised worldwide, this degree offers a balanced
                                                                                                      combination of practice and theory that can be readily
                                                                                                      applied for a future with tourism and hospitality
                                                                                                      operators, resorts and hotels, event planning,
                                                                                                      government and industry authorities.

     Tourism and
                                                                                                      Bachelor of                                  CAREER PATHS
                                                                                                      Tourism & Hospitality                        – Food & Beverage Manager
                                                                                                      Management
                                                                                                                                                   – Business Owner
                                                                                                      CRICOS Code:                    058617K
                                                                                                      Course Code:               CRS1201421        – Front Office Manager

     Hospitality
                                                                                                      Campus:                       Melbourne      – Tourism Operator
                                                                                                      Intakes:                        Feb, Jul     – Tourism Representative
                                                                                                      Duration:                        4 years     – Event Coordinator
                                                                                                      Mode of study:                          FT

     Management
                                                                                                      Subject areas include:
                                                                                                      – Introduction to the tourism industry
                                                                                                      – Tourism theories and concepts
                                                                                                      – Introduction to marketing
                                                                                                      – Tourism attraction management
                                                                                                      – Financial analysis and
                                                                                                        decision making
     The Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management equips
                                                                                                      – Food and beverage service
     students with the knowledge, technical skill and industry                                          management
     insight to lead in the tourism and hospitality industries.                                       – Wine design
                                                                                                      – Menu design and engineering
                                                                                                      – Innovation and entrepreneurship
                                                                                                      – Project restaurant
        Learn more                                                                                    – Current issues in tourism
                                                                                                        and hospitality.

                                                                                                                  Semester 1     4 Subjects
                                                                                                       Year 1     Semester 2     4 Subjects

                                                                                                                  Semester 1     4 Subjects
                                                                                                       Year 2     Semester 2     4 Subjects

                                                                                                                  Semester 1     Industry Work
                                                                                                       Year 3     Semester 2     Placement

                                                                                                                  Semester 1     4 Subjects
                                                                  Jimmy Halim - Indonesia
                                                                                                       Year 4     Semester 2     4 Subjects
                                                                  Graduate. Bachelor of Tourism and
                                                                  Hospitality Management.
                                                                  Owner,                              NOTE: Industry Work Placement
                                                                  Common Grounds Coffee Roaster
                                                                                                      is subject to individual employer
                                                                  Surabaya
                                                                                                      interview and entry criteria.
                                                                  youtu.be/XigeFlcLWk4

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DEGREES

                                                       The Bachelor of Tourism explores this global industry and the ways in which we
                                                       engage with travel and tourism experiences. The Bachelor of Tourism (Ecotourism)
                                                       focuses on the natural world and sustainable forms of tourism, while the Bachelor
                                                       of Tourism (Marketing) provides the research, communication and digital knowledge
                                                       and skills needed to meet and understand current market needs and trends.

                                                       Bachelor of                        Bachelor of                        Bachelor of                            CAREER PATHS
                                                       Tourism                            Tourism (Marketing)                Tourism (Ecotourism)                   – Tourism manager
                                                       CRICOS Code:            092215A    CRICOS Code:            092217K    CRICOS Code:              092216M
                                                                                                                                                                    – Sustainability coordinator
                                                       Course Code:      CRS1400381       Course Code:     CRS1400380        Course Code:         CRS1400368          (local government,
                                                       Campus:              Melbourne     Campus:              Melbourne     Campus:                  Melbourne       tourism bodies)
                                                       Intakes:                Feb, Jul   Intakes:                Feb, Jul   Intakes:                   Feb, Jul    – Client relations or guest
                                                       Duration:                3 years   Duration:                3 years   Duration:                   3 years      experience manager

     Tourism
                                                       Mode of study:                FT   Mode of study:               FT    Mode of study:                   FT    – Management roles related
                                                                                                                                                                      to creating great visitor
                                                       Subject areas include:             Subject areas include:             Subject areas include:
                                                                                                                                                                      experiences at private or
                                                       – Introduction to the              – Introduction to the              – Visitor services                       non-profit organisations
                                                         tourism industry                   tourism industry                 – Coastal Environments*                – Product development
                                                       – Destinations concepts            – Visitor services                                                          manager
                                                                                                                             – Australian Landscapes:
                                                       – Tourism distribution             – Tourist behaviour                  Inland Environments*                 – Interpretation officer for
                                                         systems                                                                                                      parks or wildlife based
     On offer are three specialisations that enable                                       – Digital and social media         – Understanding natural
                                                                                                                                                                      attractions
                                                       – Visitor services                   in tourism                         landscapes
     students to gain a broad contextual perspective   – Tourism theories                 – Designing for the                – Designing for the
                                                                                                                                                                    – Advisory business or
                                                                                                                                                                      research consultant
     of Tourism, a focus on Ecotourism or focus on       and concepts                       visitor experience                 visitor experience
                                                                                                                                                                      or strategist
     Tourism marketing.                                – People and place                 – Tourism market research          – Delivering thematic
                                                       – Tourism attraction               – Tourism marketing                  interpretation
                                                         management                         data analytics
                                                       – Niche tourism                    – Innovation and                   *Two separate domestic study
        Learn more                                     – Designing for the                  entrepreneurship                 tours as part of the specialist
                                                                                                                             subjects will be undertaken
                                                         visitor experience                                                  within this ecotourism course.
                                                       – Planning for tourism                                                Destinations will involve
                                                                                                                             a coastal location such as
                                                       – Taking responsibility for                                           Kangaroo Island and an inland
                                                         tourism and hospitality                                             location such as Central
                                                                                                                             Australia. Additional fees apply.
                                                       – Tourism futures.

                                                                                                                                         Semester 1    4 Subjects
                                                                                                                              Year 1     Semester 2    4 Subjects

                                                                                                                                         Semester 1    4 Subjects
                                                                                                                              Year 2     Semester 2    4 Subjects

                                                                                                                                         Semester 1    4 Subjects
                                                                                                                              Year 3     Semester 2    4 Subjects

                                                                                                                             NOTE: There is no work
                                                                                                                             integrated learning
                                                                                                                             (internship) in these courses.

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DEGREES

                                                                                          Recognised worldwide, this degree offers a balanced
                                                                                          combination of practice and theory that can be readily
                                                                                          applied for a future with tourism and hospitality
                                                                                          operators, resorts and hotels, event planning,
                                                                                          government and industry authorities.

                                                                                          Bachelor of                                     CAREER PATHS
                                                                                          Event Management                                – Event Manager
                                                                                          CRICOS Code:                      085672A
                                                                                                                                          – Event and Sponsorship Executive

     Event
                                                                                          Course Code:                  CRS1400177
                                                                                                                                          – Event Coordinator
                                                                                          Campus:                         Melbourne
                                                                                                                             Feb, Jul
                                                                                                                                          – Festival Manager Event
                                                                                          Intakes:
                                                                                          Duration:                           3 years     – Project Manager
                                                                                                                                          – Venue Manager

     Management
                                                                                          Mode of study:                             FT
                                                                                                                                          – Professional Conference Organiser
                                                                                          Subject areas include:
                                                                                          – Fundamentals of event practices
                                                                                          – Event design
                                                                                          – Marketing and communication
                                                                                            for events
                                                                                          – Business development in the
     Learn to design and deliver dynamic and                                                events industry
     memorable events across a range of sectors                                           – Event evaluation and innovation

     including sporting, food and wine, music,                                            – Catering for the event industry
                                                                                          – Project management and logistics
     business and community events.
                                                                                          – Key concepts in event studies
                                                                                          – Risk and legal issues
                                                                                          – Revenue management
        Learn more                                                                        – Sustainability for the events industry.
                                                                                          You are able to personalise your learning
                                                                                          through a range of specialist electives such
                                                                                          as Sporting Events and Conference and
                                                                                          Convention Management.

                                                                                                         Semester 1     4 Subjects
                                                                                           Year 1        Semester 2     4 Subjects

                                                  “My training at William Angliss                        Semester 1     4 Subjects
                                                  Institute really gave me a head          Year 2        Semester 2     4 Subjects
                                                  start to enter the industry, not only                  Semester 1     4 Subjects
                                                  through the hands-on experiences         Year 3        Semester 2     4 Subjects
                                                  that were provided, but also from
                                                  networking opportunities and
                                                  working on real events.”                NOTE: There is no work integrated
                                                                                          learning (internship) in this course.
                                                  Emma Hedin – Sweden
                                                  Advanced Diploma of Events
                                                  Event Manager,
                                                  Peter Jones Special Events

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DEGREES

                                                          Bachelor of                                    CAREER PATHS
                                                          Culinary Management                            – Restaurateur
                                                          CRICOS Code:                      058616M      – Specialist Food and Wine Retailer
                                                          Course Code:                  CRS1201422       – Food and Beverage Manager
                                                          Campus:                  Melbourne/Sydney      – Corporate Hospitality Manager
                                                          Intakes:                           Feb, Jul    – Catering Operator

                                                          Duration:                           4 years
                                                          Mode of study:                            FT

                                                          Specialist Subjects:
                                                          – Cookery and recipes

     Culinary
                                                          – Foundations of cuisine
                                                          – Understanding food service
                                                          – Sustainable procurement for
                                                            hospitality and tourism
                                                          – Restaurant service

     Management
                                                          – Human resource management
                                                            for the services industry
                                                          – Sensory education
                                                          – Financial analysis and
                                                            decision making
                                                          – Flavour and function
                                                          – Strategy, change and leadership.
     From culture and cuisine, to wine and artisanal
     products, graduates will gain the broad knowledge
     and specialist skills to prepare for management in    Year 1
                                                                      Semester 1
                                                                      Semester 2
                                                                                       4 Subjects
                                                                                       4 Subjects
     the lively world of the culinary industries.                     Semester 1       4 Subjects
                                                           Year 2     Semester 2       4 Subjects

                                                                      Semester 1       Industry Work
                                                           Year 3     Semester 2       Placement

        Learn more                                                    Semester 1       4 Subjects
                                                           Year 4     Semester 2       4 Subjects

                                                          NOTE: Industry Work Placement
                                                          is subject to individual employer
                                                          interview and entry criteria.

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DEGREES

                                                         Bachelor of                                      CAREER PATHS
                                                         Food Studies
                                                                                                          – Food Project Coordinator
                                                         CRICOS Code:                       089135E
                                                                                                          – Food Policy Advisor Event/
                                                         Course Code:                  CRS1400280
                                                                                                            Exhibition Curator
                                                         Campus:                         Melbourne
                                                                                                          – Food and Wine Development Officer
                                                         Intakes:                           Feb, Jul
                                                                                                            Food Entrepreneur
                                                         Duration:                           3 years
                                                                                                          – Specialist Food Retailer
                                                         Mode of study:                              FT

                                                         Applicants are required to undertake
                                                         an interview prior to acceptance.

                                                         Subject areas include:

     Food
                                                         – Culture and Cuisine
                                                         – Understanding Food Systems
                                                         – Sensory Education
                                                         – Economics and Global Impacts

     Studies
                                                         – Diet and Health in Society
                                                         – Fermenting Cultures
                                                         – Agriculture and Farming Systems
                                                         – Innovation and Entrepreneurship
                                                         – Food Policy and Governance
                                                         – Introduction to Marketing
                                                         – Communicating Food.
     With a focus on sustainability, gastronomy and
     ethics, the Bachelor of Food Studies provides you
                                                                          Semester 1    4 Subjects
     with rich insights into the journey of food from     Year 1          Semester 2    4 Subjects

     paddock to plate and beyond.                         Year 2
                                                                          Semester 1
                                                                          Semester 2
                                                                                        4 Subjects
                                                                                        4 Subjects

                                                                          Semester 1    4 Subjects
                                                          Year 3          Semester 2    4 Subjects

        Learn more                                       NOTE: There is no work integrated
                                                         learning (internship) in this course.

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DEGREES

     Are you currently
     enrolled in a
     university in your
     home country?
     Study Abroad.

     The Study Abroad program at William Angliss                         What will I study?                     Entry requirements                        Study Options
                                                                         All students must study full time by
     Institute provides the opportunity for you to study                 selecting a minimum of three and
                                                                                                                To apply you must have:
                                                                                                                                                          6 months               One Semester
                                                                                                                – Completed at least one full-time
     in Australia for six or twelve months, allowing you                 no more than four subjects (from
                                                                                                                  year of study at an accredited          CRICOS Code: 070200A   Up to 4 academic units
                                                                         year one and two degree studies) to
     to transfer the credits to your home institution or                 complete within one semester.            tertiary institution,
                                                                         This is a total of 24 credit points    – Achieved at least a passing grade       12 months              1st Semester             2nd Semester
     broaden your educational experience. Of particular                  where each subject is worth 6 credit     average, and
                                                                                                                                                          CRICOS Code: 070201M   Up to 4 academic units   Up to 4 academic units
     value is the opportunity to undertake six months of                 points (this is equivalent to 3 to 4   – Meet the minimum English language
                                                                         credit points in USA and Japan).         requirements for Bachelor degree,
     work integrated learning in Australia.                                                                       if English is not the first language.   6 months +             1st Semester             2nd Semester
     You will be awarded a transcript of subjects undertaken that can                                                                                     6 months Industry      Up to 4 academic units   6 months Industry
                                                                                                                Note: Selection and acceptance of                                                         Work Placement
     be used for gaining credit back home or your future employment                                                                                       Work Placement
                                                                                                                students for industry placement, may
     applications. You will also receive a ‘Study Abroad’ certificate.                                          be based on an interview process with     CRICOS Code: 070201M
                                                                                                                participating employers.

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Culinary Studies
                                                                                                                                                                                                       FOODS

     World Class Facilities                                Awards                                                 Work in a real restaurant
     – 17 fully equipped training kitchens                 – 2021 Tourism Training Australia Awards               – With maximized practical contact hours
     – 4 fully equipped training bakeries                    – Chef Dale Lyman, winner of Commercial              – Gain practical experience in on-campus
                                                             Cookery Trainer Catergory                              restaurants
     – 4 demonstration kitchens
       & lecture theaters                                  – 2018 Asian Culinary Cup - FHC Global food            – Learn culinary techniques from
                                                              & Hospitality Expo, Shanghai, China                   famous chefs
     – Chocolate Laboratory
                                                              – Winner
     – Two training restaurants open to the public:
                                                           – 2017 AUSTAFE National Culinary Trophy
       The Angliss Restaurant and The Bistro
                                                             – Won with silver medal
     – Cafés and bakeshop
                                                           – 2017 Bocuse d’Or New Zealand Selection
     – Two food technology laboratories                      – Teacher Andrew Ballard competed at
                                                             2018 Asia-Pacific level

     Culinary Studies Careers
     Approximate Base Salary Range Per Year in Melbourne *

     Cookery                                               Patisserie                                             Bakery
     Chef Assistant                                        Assistant Pastry Chef                                  Baker
     $37,000 - $59,000                                     $32,000 - $59,000                                      $40,000 - $65,000
     Cook                                                  Pastry Cook                                            Baker Manager
     $44,000 - $58,000                                     $47,000 - $62,000                                      $54,000 - $77,000
     Kitchen Chef                                          Pastry Chef
     $43,000 - $62,000                                     $45,000- $66,000
                                                                                                                  Food Science & Technology
                                                                                                                  Food Technologist                          Henry Pun - USA
     Chef de Partie                                        Pastry Sous Chef
                                                                                                                  $51,000 - $89,000
     $49,000 - $62,000                                     $58,000 - $82,000                                                                                 Graduate, Certificate IV in Patisserie,
                                                                                                                  Research Laboratory Technician             Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery
     Sous Chef                                             Executive Pastry Chef
                                                                                                                  $49,000 - $75,000                          Commis Chef, Mya Tiger
     $53,000 - $71,000                                     $55,000 - $101,000
     Executive Chef                                                                                                                                          hotelesplanade.com.au/mya-tiger
     $60,000 - $117,000

     *Sources: • payscale.com/research/AU/Job
     DISCLAIMER: The information is collected on 26/05/2022. Salaries are indicative and approximate only. Employment contracts and packages are variable.

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FOODS

                                                                                       Certificate III in                        Certificate IV in                       Diploma of                                Advanced Diploma of
                                                                                       Commercial Cookery                        Commercial Cookery                      Hospitality Management                    Hospitality Management
                                                                                       CRICOS Code:              093736A         CRICOS Code:          093737M           CRICOS Code:              090997D         CRICOS Code:                 091147E
                                                                                       Course Code:             SIT30816         Course Code:         SIT40516           Course Code:             SIT50416         Course Code:               SIT60316
                                                                                                             Melbourne/                             Melbourne/                                  Melbourne/                                  Melbourne/
                                                                                       Campus:                                   Campus:                                 Campus:                                   Campus:
                                                                                                                  Sydney                                Sydney                                      Sydney                                      Sydney
                                                                                                           Feb, May, Jul,                             Feb, May,                                   Feb, May,                                   Feb, May,
                                                                                       Intakes:                                  Intakes:                                Intakes:                                  Intakes:
                                                                                                                    Oct*                               Jul, Oct*                                   Jul, Oct*                                   Jul, Oct*
                                                                                       Duration:              12 months          Duration:           18 months           Duration:               24 months         Duration:                 30 months
                                                                                       Mode of study:                    FT      Mode of study:                 FT       Mode of study:                   FT       Mode of study:                     FT

                                                                                       Subject areas include:                    Subject areas include those             Subject areas include:                    Subject areas include:
                                                                                                                                 from Certificate III plus:
                                                                                       – Produce dishes using basic                                                      – Business operations                     – Business planning
                                                                                         methods of cookery                      – Coordinate cooking                    – Hospitality budgeting                   – Financial operations
                                                                                                                                   operations

     Commercial
                                                                                       – Prepare appetisers                                                              – Workplace diversity                     – Human resource
                                                                                         and salads;                             – Develop menus for special                                                         management
                                                                                                                                   dietary needs                         – Legal knowledge for
                                                                                       – Stocks, soups and sauces                                                          business                                – Marketing strategies
                                                                                       – Prepare vegetable, fruit,               – Monitor work operations
                                                                                                                                                                         – Rostering                               – Asset management.
                                                                                         egg and farinaceous dishes              – Manage finances within a

     Cookery
                                                                                                                                   budget                                – Service quality.
                                                                                       – Prepare and cook meat,
                                                                                         poultry and seafood                     – Lead and manage people
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Add a
                                                                                       – Produce cakes, pastries,                – Produce cook chill and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Bachelor Degree
                                                                                         breads and desserts                       cook freeze foods
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Advance your management
                                                                                       – Coach others in job skills              – Sustainability work                                                             qualifications and acquire
                                                                                       – Plan and cost                             practices                                                                       work experience with
                                                                                         effective menus                         – Manage diversity in the                                                         the bachelor of Culinary
     You will develop the fundamental skills                                           – Prepare food to                           workplace.                                                                      Management.
     and knowledge required for professional                                             meet special dietary                                                            *Sydney Campus Intakes:
                                                                                         requirements.                           Extend your studies to
                                                                                                                                                                         Feb, Apr, July, Sep
     cooking and kitchen management.                                                   – Hygiene practices
                                                                                                                                 also attain a Certificate IV
                                                                                                                                 in Patisserie.                                                                    CAREER PATHS
                                                                                       – Work effectively as a                                                                                                     – Executive chef
                                                                                         cook - service periods                  SYDNEY ONLY: Certificate
                                                                                                                                 IV in Commercial Cookery                                                          – Sous chef
        Learn more
                                                                                                                                 includes one term (10 weeks)                                                      – Chef de partie
                                               Chef of the Year 2018
                                                                                                                                 internship to be undertaken
                                               Award-winning cookery alumni                                                      at term 5.                                                                        – Kitchen chef
                                               Jack Lee is wowing diners in                                                                                                                                        – Qualified cook
                                               Melbourne’s west with his refined
                                               brunch menu and special dining                                                                                                                                      – Commis chef
                                               events at his Point Cook café, Bean
                                               Smuggler.
                                               “Not only did I learn how to cook       Study Paths
                                               but also how to manage a kitchen
                                                                                       On successful completion of the Advanced Diploma, you will be eligible to apply for entry with advanced standing credits into
                                               including cost control, stock
                                               management, rostering, hygiene,         the Bachelor of Culinary Management offered by William Angliss Institute.
                                               and food safety. Everything I learned
                                               from William Angliss Institute has                     6 months                  12 months             18 months                     24 months                  30 months
                                               helped me stand up better than other
                                               chefs who have not received proper
                                               training.”                               Certificate III in Commercial Cookery

                                               Jack Lee – Korea
                                               Graduate, Certificate III in                                                                                                                     Advanced Diploma
                                                                                                                                                                     Diploma of Hospitality                                   Bachelor of Culinary
                                               Commercial Cookery                       Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery                                                                    of Hospitality
                                                                                                                                                                     Management                                               Management
                                                                                                                                                                                                Management
                                               Owner, Bean Smuggler
                                               beansmuggler.com.au                     Pathways to Degrees (Page 14)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                * Melbourne
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                                                                                           Certificate III in                         Certificate IV in                    Diploma of                               Advanced Diploma of
                                                                                           Patisserie                                 Patisserie                           Hospitality Management                   Hospitality Management
                                                                                           CRICOS Code:                     093734C   CRICOS Code:          093734C        CRICOS Code:               090997D       CRICOS Code:               091147E
                                                                                           Course Code:                SIT31016       Course Code:          SIT40716       Course Code:               SIT50416      Course Code:            SIT60316
                                                                                                                     Melbourne/                           Melbourne/                                Melbourne/                            Melbourne/
                                                                                           Campus:                                    Campus:                              Campus:                                  Campus:
                                                                                                                         Sydney                               Sydney                                    Sydney                                Sydney
                                                                                                                       Feb, May,                            Feb, May,                                 Feb, May,                             Feb, May,
                                                                                           Intakes:                                   Intakes:                             Intakes:                                 Intakes:
                                                                                                                        Jul, Oct*                            Jul, Oct*                                 Jul, Oct*                             Jul, Oct*
                                                                                           Duration:                  12 months       Duration:            18 months       Duration:                 24 months      Duration:              30 months
                                                                                           Mode of study:                       FT    Mode of study:                 FT    Mode of study:                    FT     Mode of study:                     FT

                                                                                           Subject areas include:                     Subject areas include those          Subject areas include:                   Subject areas include:
                                                                                                                                      from Certificate III plus:
                                                                                           – Produce yeast based                                                           – Business operations                    – Business planning
                                                                                             bakery products                          – Apply advanced finishing           – Hospitality budgeting                  – Financial operations
                                                                                           – Produce pastries                           techniques for specialty
                                                                                                                                                                           – Workplace diversity                    – Human resource

     Patisserie
                                                                                                                                        cakes.
                                                                                           – Produce dishes using basic                                                    – Legal knowledge                          management
                                                                                             methods of cookery                       – Produce chocolate
                                                                                                                                        confectionery                        for business                           – Marketing strategies
                                                                                           – Participate in                                                                – Rostering                              – Asset management.
                                                                                             environmentally                          – Design and produce sweet
                                                                                             sustainable work practices.                buffet showpieces                  – Service quality.
                                                                                           – Prepare and model                        – Model sugar-based
                                                                                             marzipan                                   decorations                                                                 Add a
     Indulge your passion for the sweet life by                                                                                       – Coordinate cooking                                                          Bachelor Degree
                                                                                           – Produce petits fours
                                                                                                                                        operations                                                                  Advance your management
     becoming a professional in the delicious                                              – Produce gateaux, tortes
                                                                                                                                      – Manage finances with                                                        qualifications and acquire
                                                                                             and cakes                                                                                                              work experience with
     art of the patissier or pastry cook and                                               – Produce desserts
                                                                                                                                        a budget
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    the bachelor of Culinary
                                                                                                                                      – Lead and manage people
     business owner. This specialist course                                                – Handle and serve cheese                                                                                                Management.
                                                                                                                                      – Monitor work operations
     offers the opportunity to learn unique                                                – Participate in safe food
                                                                                                                                      – Prepare specialised food
                                                                                             handling practices.
     skills of professional gateaux, pastries                                                                                           items.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    CAREER PATHS
     and restaurant desserts. Specialised                                                  *Sydney Campus Intakes:                    Extend your studies to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    – Business Owner
     units include petits fours, pastries,                                                 Feb, Apr, July, Sep                        also attain a Certificate IV                                                  – Executive Pastry Chef
                                                                                                                                      in Commercial Cookery.                                                        – Pastry Sous Chef
     breads and artisan skills of chocolate                                                                                           SYDNEY ONLY: Certificate                                                      – Pastry Chef
     and sugar decorations.                                                                                                           IV in Patisserie includes one
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    – Pastry Cook
                                                                                                                                      term ( 10 weeks) internship
                                                                                                                                      to be undertaken at term 5.                                                   – Assistant Pastry Chef

        Learn more
                                                                                           Study Paths
                                                                                           On successful completion of the Advanced Diploma, you will be eligible to apply for entry with advanced standing credits into
                                                                                           the Bachelor of Culinary Management offered by William Angliss Institute.

                                                                                                             6 months                   12 months              18 months                 24 months                 30 months
                                                  Yoan Tjahjadi – Indonesia
                                                  Graduate, Certificate IV in Patisserie
                                                  + Diploma of Hospitality                  Certificate III in Patisserie

                                                  Ivan Setyawan – Indonesia
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Advanced Diploma
                                                  Graduate Certificate IV in Commercial     Certificate IV in Patisserie
                                                                                                                                                                           Diploma of Hospitality
                                                                                                                                                                                                       of Hospitality
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Bachelor of Culinary
                                                                                                                                                                           Management                                           Management
                                                  Cookery + Diploma of Hospitality                                                                                                                     Management

                                                  Owners/Managers of Namelaka              Pathways to Degrees (Page 14)
                                                  Patisserie, Jakarta

                                                  instagram.com/namelaka.id                                                                                                                                                                   * Melbourne

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                                              In this food processing program, you will learn
                                              commercial styles of baking along with creating true
                                              artisan style breads, pastries and cakes.

                                              Certificate III in                         CAREER PATHS
                                              Baking                                     – Owner/Franchisee
                                              CRICOS Code:                    107366C      Store Manager
                                              Course Code:                 FBP30521      – Baker
                                              Campus:                      Melbourne     – Production Manager
                                              Intakes:                        Feb, Jul
                                              Duration:                    12 months
                                              Mode of study:                       FT

     Baking
                                              Subject areas include:

                                              – Produce laminated pastry products
                                              – Produce savoury bread products
                                              – Produce gateaux, tortes
                                                and entremets
                                              – Produce specialty flour
     Develop fundamental knowledge and          bread products
     skills in a commercial bakery training   – Produce sponge cake products
     kitchen, preparing you for a career in   – Produce cake and pudding products
                                              – Produce sweet yeast products
     the bakery industry.
                                              – Produce artisan bread products
                                              – Identify cultural, religious and
                                                dietary considerations for food
        Learn more                              production
                                              – Implement the food safety program
                                                and procedures.

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                                                                                         Blending chemistry, biology and microbiology, food
                                                                                         science opens up a variety of careers in the food
                                                                                         industry. Learn how to make food healthier, tastier and
                                                                                         safer for consumers with our expert teachers, guest
                                                                                         lecturers, field trips and networking opportunities with
                                                                                         industry. You will complete a major food project to be
                                                                                         showcased to industry and judged by experts.

                                                                                         Diploma of                                 CAREER PATHS
                                                                                         Food Science & Technology

     Food Science
                                                                                                                                    – Quality assurance
                                                                                         CRICOS Code:                    107351K      supervisor/manager
                                                                                         Course Code:                 FBP50121      – Production manager
                                                                                         Campus:                     Melbourne
                                                                                                                                    – R&D technologist
                                                                                         Intakes:                        Feb, Jul
                                                                                                                                    – Laboratory technician

     & Technology
                                                                                         Duration:                   12 months
                                                                                                                                      Technical sales representative
                                                                                         Mode of study:                       FT
                                                                                                                                    – Food safety auditor
                                                                                         Subject areas include:                     – Technical manager
                                                                                         – Develop a new food product               – Packaging technologist
                                                                                         – Develop a HACCP based food
                                                                                           safety program

     Studies in food science and technology                                              – Apply sensory analyses in food
                                                                                           processing
     incorporate chemistry, biochemistry and                                             – Identify the biochemical properties
     microbiology and prepare you to work                                                  of food
                                                                                         – Perform food tests
     in a wide range of roles across the food
                                                                                         – Develop, manage and maintain
     industry.                                                                             quality systems for food processing
                                                                                         – Implement and review the
                                                                                           production of chocolate and
        Learn more                                                                         confectionery products
                                                                                         – Apply meat science.

                                                Michelle Lukman
                                                Certificate III in Commercial Cookery.
                                                Diploma of Food Science
                                                Masterchef Contestant

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Hospitality
                                                                                                                                                             HOSPITALITY

     Management
                                                             Hospitality Management

                            Hotel Management                                                Food, Beverage & Business Management

     Strong Industry Connections
     Angliss has strong industry connection, giving you opportunities
     to inspect key hospitality venues, gain volunteer and paid work
     experience and network with future employers.

     Specialist Facilities
     On-site training facilities, including the The Angliss International
     Hotel School, Angliss Restaurant and The Bistro, gives you the
     opportunity to train in real-life situations.

                                                                                                         “Melbourne has some of the biggest
     Hospitality Study Careers                                                                            hotel brands in the world, with The
     Approximate Base Salary Range Per Year in Melbourne *                                                  Ritz-Carlton, W Melbourne and
     Hospitality - Hotel                      Hospitality - Food &                                       Melbourne Marriott Hotel Docklands
                                                                                                           and they need staff. The name we
     Management                               Beverage                                                   all know is William Angliss Institute,
     Guest Services Manager                   Food & Beverage Attendant                                     and to see the new facilities and
     $46,000 - $81,000                        $30,000 - $58,000                                            hear how they talk about evolving
     Shift Manager, Hotel Front               Food & Beverage Supervisor                                  training gives us a lot of confidence
     Desk                                     $48,000 - $61,000                                           that we’ll have graduates filling our
     $39,000 - $65,000                                                                                     roles and growing their careers.”
                                              Food & Beverage Manager
     Functions Manager                        $54,000 - $87,000                                                              -
     $47,000 - $71,000                                                                                             ANTONY PAGE
     Housekeeping Manager                                                                                         General Manager,
     $50,000 - $69,000                                                                                        The Ritz-Carlton Melbourne

     General Manager Hotel
     $60,000 - $135,000

     *Sources: • payscale.com/research/AU/Job
     DISCLAIMER: The information is collected on 26/05/2022. Salaries are indicative and approximate only. Employment contracts and packages are variable.

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                                                        Certificate III in                     Diploma of                        Advanced Diploma of                Add a
                                                        Hospitality                            Hospitality Management            Hospitality Management             Bachelor Degree
                                                        CRICOS Code:            091435G        CRICOS Code:         090997D      CRICOS Code:          091147E      Advance your management
                                                        Course Code:            SIT30616       Course Code:         SIT50416     Course Code:        SIT60316       qualifications and acquire
                                                        Campus:               Melbourne                           Melbourne/                       Melbourne/       work experience with the
                                                                                               Campus:                           Campus:
                                                                                                                      Sydney                           Sydney       Bachelor of Tourism and
                                                        Intakes:                 Feb, Jul
                                                                                               Intakes:             Feb, May,                        Feb, May,      Hospitality Management.
                                                        Duration:               6 months                              Jul, Oct   Intakes:              Jul, Oct
                                                        Mode of study:                 FT      Duration:           12 months
                                                                                                                                 Duration:          18 months
                                                                                               Mode of study:               FT
                                                        Subject areas include:                                                   Mode of study:             FT
                                                                                               Subject areas include those                                          CAREER PATHS
                                                        – Food and beverage                                                      This qualification
                                                                                               from Certificate III plus:                                           – Restaurant manager
                                                          service skills                                                         consolidates skills from
                                                                                               – Business operations             Certificate III and Diploma,       – Restaurant, café or
                                                        – Coffee and bar knowledge
                                                                                                                                 and further develops your            bar owner
                                                        – Provide advice on food               – Finance
                                                                                                                                 knowledge in a range               – Front of house coordinator
                                                        – Customer service                     – Customer service                of areas:
                                                                                                                                                                    – Bar manager
                                                        – Workplace hygiene                    – Hospitality budgeting
                                                                                                                                 – Manage finances                  – Operations manager

     Hospitality
                                                        – Financial transactions               – Workplace diversity
                                                                                                                                 – Business planning                – Conference manager
                                                        – Hygiene practices.                   – Roster staff
                                                                                                                                 – Human resource
                                                                                               – Sustainability                    management
                                                                                               – Control stock                   – Marketing strategies

                                                                                               Continue your studies
                                                                                               for an additional 6 months

     Food, Beverage &
                                                                                               to complete the Advanced
                                                                                               Diploma.

     Business Management.
     Commencing with the foundations of customer
     service, food and beverage service and working
     in the hospitality industry, our courses provide
     a pathway to supervision, management and
     business ownership/management.
                                                        Study Paths

        Learn more                                                                6 months                         12 months                       18 months

                                                         Diploma of Hospitality Management                                                                      F
                                                                                                                                                                    Bachelor of Tourism & Hospitality
                                                                                                                                                                    Management
                                                         Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management                                                             F
                                                        Pathways to Degrees (Page 14)

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