For outstanding international success or learner/student experience in the field of education and training services, expertise and curriculum including vocational training.   

17 Oct 2022

Alana Kaye College (Larrakia, NT)


Alana Kaye College offers a suite of nationally recognised Australian qualifications to international and domestic students. The college is on a mission to be the preferred supplier of health-related qualifications for international students in the Northern Territory. It is one of a handful of NT-based independent providers servicing more than 95% of the international VET students in the state.

The college currently exports its education services to more than 40 countries. Key markets include the Philippines, Sri Lanka, India, South Korea, Indonesia, Spain, South America, Fiji and the UK. It is currently working on a campaign to strengthen markets in Japan and Taiwan, among others.

John Paul International College (Yuggera, QLD)


John Paul International College (JPIC) is a pioneer in Australian education export. It helps international students meet academic entry standards and develop study, language, and cultural skills. This ensures a smooth transition to Australian mainstream classes and higher education.

JPIC’s services include primary and high school preparation courses, study abroad programs, study tours, teacher training, accommodation solutions and multi-lingual support. Key markets include China, South Korea, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Cambodia, Germany, Ukraine, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.

The college creates and delivers content via its inhouse digital solution, JPIC Academy. This platform allows JPIC to develop engaging online training modules to better support its clients.

Stanley College (Whadjuk, WA)

Stanley College 2022 Finalist  

Since 2008, Stanley College has delivered high-quality VET, ELICOS and higher education to local and international students in Western Australia. Stanley College welcomes students from over 40 countries.

They offer courses aligned to Western Australia’s state skills in-demand list, in industry areas including Allied Health, Hospitality and Event Management, Commercial Cookery, Social Media Marketing and Early Childhood Education.

Stanley College’s focus is on pathway programs enabling students to complete a vocational qualification before continuing into higher education. This enables its students to find jobs relevant to their career pathway, further developing their skills. Stanley College was ranked number 1 for Student Satisfaction among all WA Independent Providers and TAFE.

UOW Global Enterprises (Dharawal, NSW)


UOW Global Enterprises (UOWGE) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Wollongong, with campuses in Dubai, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Australia. UOWGE delivers 200 programs to 16,000 students across 110 nationalities, with some 1,200 staff.

UOWGE has a strong culture of diversity and equity, receiving Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) citation for 20 consecutive years.

Despite COVID challenges in 2021, UOWGE delivered a new campus in Hong Kong, made an acquisition in Malaysia and restructured its recruitment model to support growth. UOWGE remains steadfast in its mission to provide transformative student experiences, acknowledging education as key in providing a more sustainable and equitable future.

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