Experience Open Day at Angliss
Our Melbourne campus is gearing up for its annual Open Day on Saturday 3 August.
An opportunity to explore our facilities and discuss course options with current staff and students, Open Day is not to be missed.
With registrations now open, bookings are also being accepted for a range of individual information sessions tailored to specific subject areas.
Staff and students will be on hand to answer questions about our range of courses and some of the exciting careers awaiting graduates in the experience industries.
Learn about course options in culinary management and food studies, including our vocational courses in cookery, patisserie, baking, butchery and food technology.
Discover pathways through the travel and tourism industries via our certificate, diploma and degree courses. And gain insight into the event management courses that equip graduates to create unforgettable experiences.
Book in for guided tours of our Melbourne campus, where you'll experience the range of facilities Angliss has on offer.
See our Wonka-like wonderland of chocolate, gelato and food science labs, patisserie kitchens, tea-tasting and wine appreciation rooms, and student-run bars and restaurants.
Drop by our custom-made hotel reception and three hotel suites or fly past our airplane cabin and galley.
From classrooms to kitchens to bakeshops, there's plenty of exploring to be done at our Melbourne campus.
Food and wine experiences
On Open Day we'll be celebrating our local farmers and craftspeople with the one-day only Angliss Community Market.
Bring cash to splash at this specially curated event and enjoy an assortment of fresh produce, olive oils, sauces, hand-crafted goods and lots more.
Book into an information session to hear our resident sommeliers talk about wine pairings or tour the Indigenous raingarden with its more than 100 edible native plant types.
With registrations for Melbourne Open Day now open, bookings are also being accepted for tailored information sessions across a range of subject areas.