William Angliss Institute

Going Global

William Angliss Institute provides students the opportunity to explore the world through our Study Tours and Study Exchange programs, and work abroad opportunities. The Institute aims to prepare students with internationally relevant skills and perspectives that are highly sought after by employers today.

Study Tours can vary from two weeks to over a month in duration. They offer a glimpse into the various cultures and lifestyles from around the world. The tours incorporate industry-related sightseeing, work placements and opportunities.

For Faculty of Higher Education students, the Study Tour counts as a credit towards their Degree. This experience also contributes to the unit(s) or learning outcomes for VET students, and is an amazing way to mix study and travel.

Students from various courses have toured USA, France, Greece, Spain, Malaysia, Singapore, China, Turkey, Indonesia, Italy, Thailand, Dubai, and the list is growing.

Patisserie students have visited the iconic patisserie schools of Lenôtre and Alain Ducasse, attended a Master Class in Petit Fours, and participated in a structured program of site visits to leading world renowned Parisian patisserie establishments.

Additionally, they have journeyed to Wieze in Belgium to the Barry Callebaut Chocolate Academy.

Program Leader, Patisserie, Centre for Foods Trades and Culinary Arts:

“Students found the study tour experience in Paris an inspiration that opened a world of opportunity, they learnt so much about Patisserie from a global context.”

For upcoming study tour opportunities, speak with your Program Leader (VET students), or speak with the Associate Dean (HE Operations)

The Study Exchange program provides Faculty of Higher Education students with an opportunity to complete part of their course at one of our international partner institutes.

The Institute works with international universities that provide leading hospitality, culinary and tourism degrees. Exchange partners are currently located in Italy, Spain and UK.*

Grace Collins, graduate Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management, undertook a semester abroad in Malaysia and said “I learnt more about the global hospitality industry and international trends than I could have imagined, the friends which I made along the way were priceless. More importantly, the opportunity to grow and develop personally was by far the most amazing journey.”

For upcoming international study opportunities, speak with the Associate Dean (HE Operations).

Disney Cultural Exchange Program

Disney International Programs have been visiting William Angliss Institute since 2009. Students from all program areas have flocked to the opportunity to participate in 6 or 12 month paid internships at Orlando Florida, with Disney selecting many William Angliss Institute students every year.

As part of Disney International Programs, students experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn from one of the world's most innovative entertainment companies. Living and working at Walt Disney World® Resort allows participants to connect with people from across the globe and create lifelong memories. Interns gain valuable leadership, presentation and customer service skills – all things that Disney is known for worldwide. 

Ashleigh Romanjuk (Graduate, Diploma of Events), Events and Marketing Manager, Heli-Serv/Melbourne Cup Helicopters said “Everyone comments in job interviews about my internship at Disney. ‘That’s so cool! What did you do there?’ Disney is well known for their fantastic customer service, and bringing that to my new job has been invaluable. It also gave me the opportunity to see other parts of the US. I travelled for four weeks after my program visiting Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Key West, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Las Vegas and LA. I would definitely recommend William Angliss Institute students apply.”

Click here for detailed information on the Disney program.

The Broadmoor

William Angliss Institute has recently started working with five-star hotel and resort, The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs.

The Broadmoor is home to the only five-star, five-diamond restaurant in Colorado, along with 779 luxury guest rooms, three championship golf courses, a five-star day spa, six tennis courts, indoor/outdoor pools, 25 retail shops, specialty tours and an adventure activities program for guests.

Students have the opportunity to complete a six month placement (with an option to extend to 12 months). For more information contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Student grants are made possible with support from the Australian Government’s Australia Awards - Endeavour Mobility Grants program

International trips news

Event management students discover Singapore
Event management students discover Singapore Diploma of Event Management students from William Angliss Institute have completed an exciting five night international study tour of Singapore, with the intention of visiting a local festival, undertaking venue inspections,...
Students inspired by sweet delights of Hong Kong
Students inspired by sweet delights of Hong Kong Inspired by a study tour of Hong Kong, a group of William Angliss Institute patisserie and bakery students have returned to Melbourne eager to use their newly acquired knowledge.
Cookery students tour Hong Kong
Cookery students tour Hong Kong Angliss Cookery students have returned from a fast-paced Hong Kong study tour funded by the Australian Government's VET Outbound Mobility Program.

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