As a frontrunner in international education, the Australian Technical & Management College (ATMC) provides a pathway for international students seeking higher education in the fields of Business and Management in Australia and abroad.

First established in the Indian subcontinent, ATMC has evolved into a flourishing nationally recognised education institution in association with three leading Australian universities that specialise in the fields of information technology and business: Federation University Australia (FedUni), Charles Darwin University (CDU) and the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC).

The college has campuses in Melbourne and Sydney, offering a range of innovative courses designed to prepare students for the global workforce.

They offer a range of degrees that are delivered in a personalised and practical learning environment with a strong focus on global industry connections. ATMC students graduate with the skills, knowledge and relevant industry experience necessary to make a significant impact on the world.

Why Study at Australian Technical & Management College(ATMC)?

  • The ATMC has recently combined with the Australian Computer Society and Federation University Australia to enable graduates to study a new Professional Year Graduate Certificate while working for 12 months with companies organized through the ATMC.
  • ATMC is the only FedUni provider with a regional campus in Geelong.
  • Small class-size which provides an intimate learning experience for the students.
  • ATMC provides the opportunity for all students to attend English language support sessions for both general and academic purposes and for IELTS Preparation. These classes are free for their students.
  • Repeat/Make-up classes scheduled for late-enrolling students in every semester, free of charge.
  • They assign mentors to all ATMC students, free of charge, whereby they are able to work with high performing, more senior students, who act as their mentors.
  • They conduct a variety of activities throughout the year, such a student party , sport activities , day tours, talent hunt and similar contests.
  • Reminder SMSs, emails and phone calls are made to students prior/post class-tests, assignment submissions & help sessions, and exams. When absent, students can view recorded lectures .
  • The Welfare, Academic Services & Careers Assistance (WACA) department is available to help the students with studies and personal issues, on and off campus.
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