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TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION (TAFE)
Choose TAFE SA and you'll benefit from great course choice, intensive teaching, university pathways
and the opportunity to gain practical and professional skills for your career.
All TAFE South Australia campuses offer
a range of facilities to help you make the
most out of your studies, including:
• prayer rooms (selected campuses)
• child care
• access to public transport
• a cafeteria
• student common areas and food
We understand studying as an international
student can be a daunting experience. Our
support services are designed to help you
We have an International Student Support
Counsellor, together with campus-based
student service units committed to giving
you a great study experience.
• FREE airport pick-up and accommodation
• an on-arrival orientation program
• academic learning support
• English language support.
TAFE South Australia offers more than
120 courses to international students,
from certificates, diplomas and advanced
diplomas to higher education level
qualifications and accredited university
pathway programs across many disciplines.
Study areas include:
• accounting and finance
• aged care and early childhood care
TAFE SA is the leading institution for
Vocational Education and Training (VET) in
South Australia. For more than 40 years,
we've provided practical, relevant courses
that lead students into careers and on to
university. Each year, over 80,000 students
from more than 70 nations choose to
study at TAFE SA. Our qualifications are
recognised around the world.
Studying at TAFE SA gets results --- research
by the National Centre for Vocational
Education Research (NCVER) in 2015
showed that 95.7 per cent of graduates
benefitted from their training and 92.8 per
cent would recommend TAFE SA to others.
International students from more than
70 countries choose to study at TAFE SA
for the quality of education and support
they receive, as well as the enviable South
For practical, professional skills and real-life
industry experience that will take you to the
career that you want, TAFE SA is the choice
for your future.
You will study at one of nine main
campuses in or close to the centre of
Adelaide. TAFE SA campuses and centres
of excellence are equipped with state-
of-the-art specialist facilities, including
restaurants, kitchens, studios, workshops,
nursing wards, dental clinics, automotive
workshops, CAD suites, animation and
production suites, and fashion workshops.
Our facilities allow students to learn in
real-life environments, making their skills
immediately transferable to employment.
• building and interior design
• business and management
• electrical engineering
• English language
• fashion and footwear
• hair and beauty
• hospitality and tourism
• marketing and advertising
• massage and natural therapy
• performing arts, design and production
• veterinary and laboratory.
Real industry experience for a real career
Practical, professional skills and hands-on
learning are at the centre of your education
with TAFE SA. Industry work placements are
a key element of many of our courses so
that you can build your professional skills
while you study and be employment ready
Work placements allow you to develop your
skills in a professional environment, gain
new skills and real experience, as well as
developing valuable industry knowledge.
University pathway programs
TAFE SA offers more than 50 university
pathway programs that provide you with
guaranteed entry to university and generous
credit --- allowing you to complete your
degree faster. You'll have the career
advantage of practical skills and theoretical
knowledge with dual qualifications.
Many of TAFE South Australia's courses
offer credit pathways to university. For more
information, visit www.tafesa.edu.au.
TAFE SOUTH AUSTRALIA (TAFE SA)
Please contact: TAFE South Australia International
Mail: Level 1, 120 Currie Street,
Adelaide, South Australia, 5000 AUSTRALIA
Telephone: + 61 8 8463 5487
Facsimile: + 61 8 8207 8283
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