Skill Seekers Get More Out of Life (VTAC 2017)
Don’t put your career on hold. Places for some courses are still available for Semester 1.
We know that in today’s world, we need people who have the skills to get things done.
That’s why people who have hands on training, are exposed to industry trends and have mixed with industry players get more out of life.
If you want an interesting, challenging and rewarding career, then Box Hill Institute is committed to teaching you the skills you need. We offer everything from certificates through to degrees and masters – all with a practical focus.
Our class sizes are small, and you’ll learn in a supportive environment. Our teachers are industry experts and they understand what skills and knowledge employers want.
To assist with fees, government funding is available for approved courses and Box Hill Institute also offers a range of financial support for students with VET Student Loans depending if you are eligible.
At Box Hill, we ensure people with talent gain the best training and end up in more interesting places.
So if you’ve decided on the course you want, you don’t need to wait until mid-year. We are still accepting enrolments for Semester 1 courses. You can enrol now at one of our campus Enrolment Hubs.
It’s not too late!
“The Box Hill experience was fantastic. The course structure is first rate as is the instruction. You really appreciate this once you have been in the industry for a period of time.” , Greg Stafford, Fitness
“Box Hill really prepared me for the industry more than I could imagine. The real-world skills and the hands-on focus of the staff really helped me to understand and prepare myself for the workforce.”, Jacinta Kay, Graphic Design
If you need assistance with working out what study pathway to take, talk to our pathways experts who can help you decide what course will best suit you. No appointment required.
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Yes, you can apply for a course through VTAC or come to one of our Information Sessions and talk to our friendly course experts.
Yes, if you meet the course entry requirements such as auditions or presenting a folio. Few courses have a pre-requisite. You may get some credit for VET subjects you completed as part of VCAL.
Start your course search to find out your course entry requirements.
The Welfare Officer at Student Life has a list of local accommodation that owners want to rent to students. Ring (03) 9286 9891 to discuss this with them.
BHI has arrangements with some universities that allow our students to get a degree with credit once they complete a BHI course; these are called study pathways.
A number of our courses offer overseas study tours and other opportunities. Find out more about Study Abroad opportunities at Box Hill Institute.
There’s a lot to take on board at the start of the academic year – timetables, new people and a lot of housekeeping information. The skills you’ve used in managing your work, family and day-to-day life will be invaluable.
If you feel it’s all getting on top of you, you can see a Student Support Worker and develop some strategies, study plans or just get some reassurance. You’ll meet the Student Support Worker for your course and other Student Life staff during your first week of study.
Find out more about our Student Support Services.
All the student computers at BHI, Lilydale and CAE have a program called Text Help installed. You can listen to any document or web page on the computer. Any student can use the program. This should help a lot.
Some fees will actually be cheaper this year and there is a concession for people with a health care card. There are also payment options that allow you to pay off the fees as you study. Higher level courses are more expensive but you can defer the cost of these courses until you are working.
Make a time to meet our Disability Liaison Service before your course starts. Call (03) 9286 9891 and arrange a time to meet one of the staff and discuss your situation. They are there to help you.
Personal counselling is available at no cost to help you deal with the hard times. You can arrange a confidential appointment by calling (03) 9286 9891.
Yes, the careers counsellor can help you and there is a Victorian Skills and Jobs Centre on campus.