William Angliss Institute of TAFE
William Angliss Institute is the specialist training provider for the foods, tourism, hospitality, events and hotel management industries, delivering a range of courses within Australia and internationally. With around 23,000 students enrolling each year, it offers a broad range of training and education programs including accredited traineeships and apprenticeships, certificates, diplomas and advanced diplomas, short courses, graduate certificates, bachelors and master degrees.
William Angliss Student Activities (WASA) organise activities, events and social gatherings on and off campus. There is also a range of clubs and societies, providing students with opportunities to make new friends and enjoy their life on and off campus during their studies.
The Learning Resource Centre (LRC) offers library services, access to approximately 100 computers, and to the Institute’s wireless network. The LRC also has study rooms equipped with digital resources that can be booked by students. Home to a substantial range of industry journals, cookbooks and publications that students can access, the LRC also has a Special Collection that focuses on Australian culinary history and culture.
The Lounge is a great place for students to relax and meet up with others. It offers a pool table, table tennis, beanbags, board games and a large LCD/TV. The Lounge also has food and drink vending machines, two microwaves, sandwich press and hot water facilities.
William Angliss Institute’s main campus at Melbourne 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.
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.
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