- Published: 14 February 2017
William Angliss Institute started 2017 with a welcome orientation event for more than 770 new international and domestic VET students.
Formal orientation programs are held throughout the week with an orientation fair held on Thursday 9 February offering free food, entertainment and giveaways for students.
Student Opportunities Co-ordinator Karen Ieng said the orientation program is about welcoming students to the William Angliss Institute community, and it’s the first step for students in making their time at the Institute a successful and rewarding experience. The fair provides students with the opportunity to meet other students, find out what to expect from each program and get to know what services are available on campus.
“It was a fun introduction to campus life and we organised a number of food trucks to join us including Sliders on Tyres, Digging for Fire BBQ, Nuoc Mama’s Food Truck and The Curry Truck,” Karen said.
Students from more than 65 countries will commence their studies at the Institute, with domestic students attending from all over Australia.