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William Angliss Institute


WILLIAM ANGLISS INSTITUTE, Melbourne

Location: William Angliss Institute
Address: 555 La Trobe Street,  
Melbourne, Victoria 3000
ABN 66 266 583 978
RTO No: 3045 CRICOS Provider No: 01505M

 

WILLIAM ANGLISS INSTITUTE, Melbourne  

If you would like to start a hospitality career or improve your skills, you might want to visit the William Angliss Institute. 18.000 students arrive here yearly to receive specialized training and development in hospitality, culinary arts and tourism in Melbourne, Australia. It is a fantastic place to learn abroad and study new skills, while being close to some of the most stunning attractions of Melbourne.

As the venue is close to the city center, while you are attending the course you can visit many of Australia's most important historical sites and attractions. You can just walk down to the St Paul's Cathedral or the famous Old Melbourne Jail. You will also be close to the Crown Entertainment Center, one of the most contemporary venues in Australia.

The institute was founded by Sir William Charles Angliss in 1940. The building is also a tourist attraction, as Sir Angliss became famous for his dedication towards hospitality and training. The original institution was called William Angliss Food Trades School, and today it is one of the most popular options for people all over the world to improve their knowledge. There are short workshops and four-year TAFE training, as well as bachelor degrees.

Australia is a truly interesting part of the world and, with the world-class training provided in the institution, students are able to gain more insight into the real world of catering as well as the most famous attractions and historical events of Australia. Students from all over the world are welcome, and they can choose from business, resort management, entertainment operation or food science courses.

If you are interested in taking part in one of the courses, it is good to know that the institute has different venues all over Australia, and one in Shanghai, China, too. Short courses include wine appreciation, coffee academy and baking.

 

 
 
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