TAFE Western Australia (TAFE WA) offers a wide range of career-oriented courses and university pathways for international students in beautiful and welcoming Western Australia. At TAFE Western Australia, students can study Certificate/Diploma courses that prepare them for work on course completion. Or they can pursue an Advanced Diploma/Higher Education Diploma/Associate Degree in a variety of subjects including art, design, multimedia, business, management, hospitality, and aviation and gain entry into university. TAFE WA also offers English courses for students looking to improve their English skills for career enhancement, as well as further study.
TAFE Western Australia
TAFE colleges are government backed and guaranteed. The Western Australian TAFE colleges include North Metropolitan TAFE, South Metropolitan TAFE, North Regional TAFE, Central Regional TAFE and South Regional TAFE.
TAFE International Western Australia (TIWA) recruits and manages international students on behalf of these TAFE colleges.
- Government owned and operated: TAFE’s high quality courses are government backed and guaranteed, and are nationally recognised.
- Excellent university pathways: TAFE courses have flexible entry requirements and provide opportunities for further study at university.
- University partners: TAFE WA students can gain entry into selected degree programs with Western Australian universities including Edith Cowan, Murdoch, Curtin and the University of Western Australia (UWA).
- Great subject choices: TAFE WA offers over 250 courses allowing international students to study any subject of their choice.
- Multiple campuses: TAFE WA colleges operate in multiple locations across metropolitan Perth and regional Western Australia providing great accessibility.
- Modern facilities: facilities at TAFE WA are designed to match real-life work environments.
- Workplace skills: designed together with industry, courses at TAFE WA prepare students for employment.
- Affordable: course fees at TAFE WA colleges represent value for money.
- Part-time work: international students can work for 40 hours a fortnight during semesters and unlimited hours during semester breaks. Western Australia’s thriving economy provides many part-time work opportunities for international students.
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