A Victorian government TAFE Institute
Kangan Institute's International department provides a comprehensive education and training service for international students and enterprises. With almost 300 courses in a variety of areas and six campuses across Melbourne, Australia, Kangan Institute offers training that is responsive to industry needs. We can give you the skills that are in demand-locally and internationally.
If you're thinking of studying outside of your own country, there's no better place to study than Melbourne, Australia. In fact, the city has been ranked as the most liveable city in the world for the second year in a row. With perfect scores for infrastructure, healthcare and education in the latest Economist Intelligence Unit liveability survey, you can be sure that you're making the right choice for your future.
Visit the Students section to see why Kangan Institute is a great place to start your tertiary studies.
If you are engaging our services from outside of Australia, visit our Business and Government section to see how we can help you meet your education and training needs.
Video for International Students
Kangan Institute offers international students a range of courses in various locations around the city of Melbourne, Australia. Click play for an introduction to our modern facilities, our commitment to diversity and a glimpse at the pathway opportunities that could help you reach a university degree. Watch video
Video - Discussion on automotive training at "Study Melbourne" expo
With the aid of an interpreter, Phill Murphy, general manager of Learning Service Innovation, and John Steer, senior projects manager for International Services, answered a range of topics live from viewers interested in finding out about more on studying at Kangan Institute. Watch video
ACE featured at the "Study Melbourne" expo
13 September 2010
It's said that if you should ever find yourself staring down the lens of a camera on a live broadcast, that the last thing you should ever do is think of the sheer size of the audience staring right back at you. Read more