Why study in Australia?
Australia is the land of opportunities. Students from all over the world come to Australia to take advantage of our world-class education and enjoy our friendly hospitality and cultural diversity. Australia has low crime rates - providing a safe environment in which to learn and travel. With one of the highest standards of living in the world, Australia offers modern transport systems, convenient telecommunications, cosmopolitan shopping complexes and excellent health services.
Visitors from many parts of the world are attracted by Australia’s spectacular natural environment and the distinctive personality and friendliness of the Australian people. Australia is rich in the arts and is keen to preserve and display its diverse cultural heritage.
International Student Requirements - Home Affairs
Australian law requires international students to study full time (20 hours per week). AH&B College monitors students' attendance weekly to identify and counsel students at risk of failing to meet minimum course attendance requirements.
Please visit www.homeaffairs.gov.au for information on student visas. International students are also required to purchase Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC). This health cover is insurance that covers the costs should you need medical or hospital care. You must arrange your OSHC before your Student Visa is granted. You can purchase OSHC when you enrol at AH&B College by applying for OSHC in your application.
Courses of offer to International Students
Marketing & Communication Courses
General English Course
Course Entry Requirements:
International students must have an English level of IELTS score 5.5 or equivalent for entry into Vocational courses.
Students must be 18 years of age or older.
AH&B College offers international students Student Support. AH&B College provides Welfare Officers as points of contact for all student support enquiries. The friendly and helpful Welfare Officers can assist students with advice and information about their course, their attendance, and life in Australia. They can also tell you where to go to for medical, dental, or legal advice. If you have problems of any type they can refer you to relevant external services.