Courses

Perth

International Students

CRICOS Provider Number – 01762E

All the Advanced Diploma courses offered by AIHM are registered with the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) and therefore we are able to accept International Students.

Overseas applicants should be aware that some of the information provided in the AIHM Prospectus and website is relevant only to local students and if you need any further information, please contact AIHM either by phone during the working hours on 61 8 9417 3553 between 9.00am and 5.00pm. (Western Australian time) Monday to Friday, or send an email to courseadvisor@aihm.wa.edu.au or a fax to 61 8 9417 1881.

Please read this document Important Information for Overseas Students as it contains relevant information if you are considering coming to study at the AIHM and also the AIHM application form. For your reference here is a copy of the National Code 2007 , Education Services for Overseas Students Act and the ESOS Framework

Detailed information regarding visa applications and regulations governing overseas students should be directed to the relevant Immigration authorities and departments. The information contained here is intended as a guide only.

Information about Student Visas can be found on the website of DIAC – Department of Immigration and Citizenship website.

Please click here to access information regarding the Australian Embassies, high commissions, consulates, multilateral missions and representative offices where you can apply for your student visa.

Some applicants will require a minimum IELTS score of 6 (either academic or general) when applying for their Student Visa. More information on how and where to apply for the IELTS and useful practice information can be found at www.ielts.org

About Perth, Western Australia

Perth is a major city with 5 Universities and over 70,000 university students. As the capital of Western Australia, Perth has a population of over 1,400,000, which makes up two-thirds of the total population of the state.

The people of Perth enjoy a warm, sunny climate with an average rainfall of 880mm. On average there are 7.9 hours of sunshine daily, with daytime temperatures ranging from a maximum of 40 degrees in the summer months, being December, January and February, down to 19 degrees in the winter months, being June, July and August.

Perth has a multicultural society with people from many ethnic backgrounds including Chinese, Greek, Italian, Sri Lankan, Vietnamese and Indian together with those of European decent.

Situated on the banks of the River Swan, Perth is well linked to the rest of the world via the excellent communication and transportation systems. Most of the major businesses and government offices are situated in the inner city, while the majority of residents live in the suburbs and commute either by car, train or bus to the city or other suburbs to work.

The AIHM campus is situated approximately 30 minutes south of Perth city and is accessible by public transport.

For more information about Perth and Western Australia in general, please visit theWestern Australia Tourism website.

Living in Perth

For information relating to issues such as accommodation, the cost of living in Perth, transport, culture and social activities and many other facts about living in Perth please visit the Perth Education City website.

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