- 85Acceptance Rate
- 5Available Programs
- 16000Average Cost
Australian Institute of Higher Education (AIH) aims to develop work-ready, resilient and enterprising graduates who will become lifelong contributors to society.
Innovative, industry-relevant courses will be delivered by inspirational teachers, supported by small class sizes, online learning support, advanced learning technologies, to create a learning experience that is richly interactive and highly personalised.
Our teaching will embed in every course opportunities that nurture creativity and critical thinking skills that will be transferrable to the workplace and create platforms for success in an information-rich world. Our focus on student success will empower students to be the best version of themselves and to carve a future to the very best of their abilities, irrespective of their background or individual circumstances.
AIH students will graduate with the following attributes which equip them to be agents of change and to make a difference in their local communities and society:
- The ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with a diverse range of audiences.
- The ability to liaise, cooperate, and work effectively with others.
- The ability to conduct thorough, accurate, and targeted research.
- The ability to address and solve problems both creatively and in a structured and methodical way.
- The ability to understand and identify ethical problems and demonstrate ethical behaviour.
- The ability to critically assess and evaluate different approaches to problems.
At the Australian Institute of Higher Education:
- Act with integrity and in compliance with policies and regulations that govern the higher education sector and our Code of Conduct for staff and students.
- Treat people with respect and work collaboratively towards shared ambitions.
- Go beyond good intentions and ideas to deliver outcomes.
- Are committed to continuous improvement through service excellence.
- Hold ourselves accountable for relentlessly seeking knowledge, skills and opportunities that push us to do things better, set new benchmarks and to break new ground.
- All applicants should be at least 18 years of age as at the commencement date of the course or unit in which the applicant will be enrolled as a student if the application is successful.
International students must provide evidence of the following to demonstrate they have successfully met the educational entry requirements:
- Successful completion of Year 12 at the credit or above level as determined in Student Admission Policy
- Recognised Foundation Studies course
- Successful completion of one year of accredited tertiary study at an Australian institution
- Successful completion of Certificate IV in a related discipline or above
- International Baccalaureate with a score of 24.
- Where a student has commenced undergraduate studies in Australia with another provider they will meet the above as well as satisfactory course progression with their current provider. Where the course progression is deemed unsatisfactory, the student may be offered a place under the Student at Risk program.
For students whose secondary education was conducted in a language other than English:
- IELTS overall band score: 6.0 (no band less than 5.5)