William Angliss Institute

William Angliss Institute

Founded in 1940, William Angliss Institute focuses on developing leaders in the ‘experience economy’ – foods, tourism, hospitality and events – where consumers choose to spend more, share more and find more happiness in ‘experiences’ rather than ‘things’. We offer a broad range of training and education programs including accredited traineeships and apprenticeships, certificates, diplomas and advanced diplomas, short courses, graduate certificates and bachelor degrees. 

The Angliss Sydney campus is centrally located in Alexandria, known for its creative edge and surrounded by cafes, bars and restaurants; this area is the perfect place to learn and launch your career in Australia’s experience industry. We pride ourselves on having passionate and dedicated people, with long standing industry ties, who contribute their knowledge and experience in delivering training of the very highest standard.

Our Sydney campus offers endless experiential opportunities while you gain world-recognised qualifications. Feel at home at our modern campus and state-of-the-art facilities:

  • super kitchen training kitchens
  • bright street front cafe
  • large training restaurant with balcony dining
  • full training bar
  • a dynamic mix of formal and informal learning spaces
  • relaxed student break-out spaces
  • close to many restaurants, parks, cafes, bars and 
  • events venues.
Student profile

For further information, please refer to William Angliss Institute’s ‘Student Profile’ section.

How to apply

Apply directly to William Angliss Institute. Visit the website to apply online or call +61 38595 5334 for information about how to apply. Please do not apply through UAC.

If you are a prospective domestic student, apply directly to William Angliss Institute.

If you are a prospective international student, apply directly to William Angliss Institute.

Admission criteria

All applicants must achieve the minimum number of eligibility points and meet any compulsory course criteria to be eligible for admission.

Eligibility points are a combination of ATAR score, previous study, work experience and other factors. Individual course admission criteria can be found under each course of study.

Applicants are advised to provide as much evidence as possible to support their application. This may include transcripts of units or subjects of study, academic awards and certificates, academic letters of reference, detailed résumé, position descriptions, employment references, personal letters of reference, medical certificates, health care card, community recognition and awards and personal statements.

Applicants with higher education study 

Applicants who have successfully completed 50% of subjects attempted during a formal study period at Bachelor level or above may be awarded the minimum number of eligibility points required for course entry.

Recognition of prior learning

You may be entitled to credit for prior learning, whether formal or informal. Formal learning can include previous study in higher education, vocational education, or adult and community education. Informal learning can include on the job learning or various kinds of work and life experience. Credit can reduce the amount of study needed to complete a degree.

Applicants with vocational education and training (VET) study

Applicants who have successfully completed VET study at:

  • AQF4 or above may be awarded the minimum number of eligibility points for course admission.
  • AQF3 and below may contribute to the minimum number of eligibility points required for course admission. The remaining eligibility points may be awarded based on equity and other considerations.

You may be entitled to academic credit for prior learning, whether formal or informal.

Applicants with work and life experience

Applicants who left or completed secondary school more than 2 years ago are considered mature age and awarded eligibility points on that criteria. The remaining points may be awarded based on some or all of the following:

  • Equity and other considerations
  • Work experience that is clearly aligned to the specialist fields of William Angliss Institute: Foods, Tourism, Hospitality and Events.
  • Other work experience
Applicants with a recent secondary education (within the past two years)

An ATAR, equivalent ATAR or approved notational ATAR (for IB qualifications) may contribute to the minimum eligibility points required for course entry.

Any individual course admission requirements must also be met.

Other admission options

All applicants for undergraduate and postgraduate courses of study at William Angliss must achieve the minimum eligibility points for course admission. There are no alternative admission options. Recent school leavers may be awarded eligibility points based on some or all of the following:

  • Equity and other considerations
  • Work experience that is clearly aligned to the specialist fields of William Angliss Institute: Foods, Tourism, Hospitality and Events.
  • Other work experience
Additional information

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

All Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants will be awarded eligibility points towards the minimum required for course admission.

Domestic applications with overseas qualifications 

International qualifications are assessed for equivalence to the AQF. Please note that applicants must meet individual course admission criteria.

English language requirements

Find more information about the minimum English Language requirements.

Enrolment

Acceptance of offer

You will receive further information about acceptance and enrolment procedures with your letter of offer.

Advanced standing

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), also known as Skills Recognition and credit transfer - evaluates and formally recognises the skills and knowledge you have gained from work experience, work-based training, life experience and study.

Applying for RPL can reduce the duration of your study, making it a faster path to gain your formal qualifications.

Find out more about RPL for degree courses on the William Angliss Institute website.

Deferment

Deferment is available on approval for most William Angliss Institute courses for either six months or one year. To find out more information, please refer to the William Angliss Institute website.

Fees and charges

To find out information about fees and charges please refer to the William Angliss Institute website or call +613 8595 5334. 

Financial assistance

Loans

William Angliss offers free and subsidised programs that you may be able to access as well as a range of options to assist you in payment of course fees. For further information please refer to William Angliss Institute’s fees and payments page for domestic students, or the admissions page for international students.

Scholarships

The William Angliss Institute Foundation provides educational opportunities and financial assistance to support disadvantaged students in achieving their career ambitions. The Foundation has been established in recognition of the pioneering work in the areas of hospitality and foods by the late Sir William Charles Angliss.

Through a scholarship fund built on the generous support of our many friends and industry partners, the Foundation provides ongoing assistance to students and the wider community through the establishment of various scholarship programs across the Institute.

Find out more about scholarship options.

Student and campus services

Our Sydney campus offers endless experiential opportunities while you gain world-recognised qualifications. Feel at home at our modern campus and state-of-the-art facilities which include:

  • Super kitchen training kitchens
  • Bright street front cafe
  • Large training restaurant with balcony dining
  • Full training bar
  • A dynamic mix of formal and informal learning spaces
  • Relaxed student break-out spaces
  • Close to many restaurants, parks, cafes, bars and events venues

For more information on student and campus services, visit the William Angliss Institute website

Courses available

Undergraduate

Location

William Angliss Institute
Level 1, 11 Bowden Street. Alexandria NSW 2015

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