Ten of the Best Australian TAFE Colleges
When you look at further education in Australia, you will come across TAFE Institutes. TAFE is the acronym for Technical and Further Education. Across Australia, there are hundreds of TAFE colleges and institutions to choose from to enhance your career opportunities for 2020.
The advantages offered by TAFE are abundant, it includes:
Study opportunity for students that did not get University admission
TAFE colleges concentrate on skills development
It has relaxed cut-offs and admission processes
You need grade 12 for TAFE admission
They are much cheaper compared to Universities
Excellent opportunity for international students that want to improve their scores
Courses range from three months onward
Government operated and owned
A pathway to further University study
Practical workplace skills
Pick a TAFE College in your part of Australia
1. TAFE NSW Hunter Institute
When you are ready for better career and employment opportunities in 2020 you can look for a wide range of subsidised training opportunities. It includes a 2020 Career Guide to choose one of more than 1200 courses.
Hunter St, Newcastle West NSW 2302
13 16 01
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2. Brisbane TAFE
Here you have a plethora of study options with a wide range of qualification levels and subject areas. Choose between more than twenty-five study area and more than 730 different courses.
66 Ernest St, South Brisbane QLD 4101
1300 308 233
3. Gold Coast Institute
The Gold Coast TAFE Institute includes five excellent campuses along the Gold Coast like Southport, Ashmore, Coomera Marine, Coomera and Coolangatta
1/7 Wrights Pl, Arundel QLD 4214
1800 367 732
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4. Adelaide Institute of Business and Technology
The Adelaide TAFE courses are available at three top institutions, Flinders University, University of South Australia and the University of Adelaide. Students can start looking now for top affordable 2020 courses.
127 Rundle Mall, Adelaide SA 5000
(08) 8212 0990
TasTAFE offers Tasmanians excellent course industry areas like Tourism and hospitality, science and agriculture, aboriginal training programs, automotive, hair and beauty and much more.
75 Campbell St, Hobart TAS 7000
1300 655 307
6. Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology TAFE Division
The Royal Melbourne is one of Victoria’s oldest institutions established in 1887. It is ranked as one of the world’s top 20 Universities. Its TAFE division is one of Victoria’s largest too, with campuses close to the city centre.
124 La Trobe St, Melbourne VIC 30005XR7+7Q Melbourne, Victoria
(03) 9925 2000
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7. South Metropolitan TAFE
South Metropolitan TAFE offers a huge number of courses, both short courses and full courses to set you on your route to employment.
1 Fleet St, Fremantle WA 6160
1800 001 001
8. North Metropolitan TAFE Joondalup
You can apply now for the first semester in 2020 for a wide variety of courses. The main office for West Coast College in East Perth.
35 Kendrew Cres, Joondalup WA 60277Q2F+V3 Joondalup, Western Australia
1300 300 822
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9. Gordon Institute – Victoria
The Gordon Institute in Victoria offers more than thirty free priority courses for students in 2020. It includes certificates for courses like Community Service, Nursing, Tourism, Commercial Cookery, Building and Instruction, Accounting and much more.
10. TAFE Queensland
Here you have the largest TAFE provider with over 500 certification and diploma options. Both Australian and International students can apply for 2020 courses.
One of Australia’s many outstanding factors is the availability of excellent education and higher education to all its citizens. With TAFE, you can bridge the gap by gaining vital practical and theoretic experience in a vast field of study.
It is also an excellent undergraduate pathway. Choose your TAFE to shorten your undergraduate studies or gain valuable experience and skills for your next job. TAFE is flexible and can be studied, on-campus, online, full-time or part-time.
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