Wednesday, October 01, 2014
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Information Session

When: 2pm - 3.30pm on Monday 6 October
Where: Ibis Melbourne, 15-21 Therry St, Melbourne VIC 3000
RSVP Required: To attend, you must RSVP to Olivia Hazledine ( or Cherie Scifo ( by Friday 3 October 2014.


Accor believe that if they are going to create something truly great they need to look at things a bit differently. Accor are not interested in fitting you into some corporate mould. They want the unique, the adventurous and the ‘one-of-a-kinds’. So Accor's graduate and fast-track programs have been specifically designed to help each individual flourish doing what they love and become the best they can be.

The Accor Graduate Management Traineeship is a 12 month program which gives you with the chance to experience one of Accor's properties up close and behind the scenes.

You will gain experience on how the business works inside and out, including managing customer relationships to understanding both the operational and commercial side of their business.

Your own personal development program will be reviewed in stages to ensure Accor accelerate and shape your progress to suit you and to help you achieve your goals.

Promotion to supervisory level upon completion.

Application details available on CareerHub:

Find out more by attending the information session on Monday 6 October.

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William Angliss Institute student Harriyadi Irawan from Indonesia won the Premier’s Award for International Education Student of the Year and was also named the winner of the International Student of the Year – Vocational Education and Training category at the Victorian International Education Awards 2014.
Wednesday, 17 October 2012 22:30

Discount Student Movie Tickets

Movie Tickets for Students available to purchase on campus!!

Discounted Hoyts and Village Movie Tickets are available to buy at the Information Centre (IC) .

Located in Building A | Ground Floor

Student Ticket $12.00 | Adult Ticket $13.00

Open 9.00am - 4.00pm Monday to Friday ( not opened on weekends or public holidays)  

(Unlimited number of tickets per purchase)

Tuesday, 16 October 2012 23:52

Free Games for Students to Hire

Games students can play........

• Chess/Checkers

• Playing Cards and Uno

• Games – Twister

• Table Tennis

• Billiards

Available free to students for loan at the Student Activities Centre - Building C | Level 1

There are so many exciting and great opportuinities  that happen for students during the acedamic year - So to keep up to date with whats happening for students JOIN Student  Services on Face book -
Thursday, 21 August 2014 04:32

2014 Semester 2 Planner

Click here to download the planner

  • Print out or save a copy of the planner
  • Add when tests and assessments etc. are due
  • Try using different colours for different subjects
  • Keep it on the wall near your desk
  • Use it to plan your study and keep on top of your work


Come and get some Study Help in the LRC if you have any questions or want to discuss how to manage your study and assessments. Click here for details .

Thursday, 03 July 2014 03:08

Stay Safe in Melbourne

Stay Safe When You are Out and About

When you are out and about it is important to be alert and aware of your personal safety.

GET ACTIVE – JOIN SOUTH PACIFIC HEALTH CLUB  AND GYM                                                                           
South Pacific Health Club City would like to invite all William Angliss Institute students to join this Semester |
Located very near to William Angliss Institute on Bourke Street Melbourne

Sunday, 07 April 2013 23:11

Are you suffering a injury?

Student Injuries and temporary disability while studying @ WAI

 If you have been injured or have become:

  • seriously unwell (temporary medical condition)
  • injuries (such as a broken arm or leg )
  • surgery
  • acute illnesses

During your studies and have medical evidence you may be eligible for assistance from WAI disability services to receive help during the semester and or during assessment periods.

 Make yourself known to Student Support Services by contacting, call 9606 2232 or visit us at  Building C | Level 2 | Room  C204.

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