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About ATMC

Australian Technical and Management College (ATMC) is a nationally recognized educational institute registered in the state of Victoria, Australia. As a frontrunner in international education, ATMC provides a pathway for international students seeking higher education in the fields of Business and Management in Australia and New Zealand.

ATMC has formalized its association with two leading Australian universities that specialize in the fields of information technology and business: Federation University Australia (Fed) and The University of the Sunshine Coast (USC).

ATMC has campuses in Melbourne and Sydney, offering a range of innovative courses designed to prepare students to enter the global workforce. The campuses are guaranteed to provide an unforgettable international study experience to students.

Courses at ATMC

ATMC offers courses of the Federation University Australia and The University of Sunshine Coast, ranging from 1 to 3 years in the areas of Accounting, Management, Administration, Health Services in Business. Courses in Technology are offered in the areas of Information Systems, Mobile App Development, Enterprise Systems and Business Analytics and Software Engineering in their Sydney and Melbourne campuses.

ATMC offers the following VET programs

  • Diploma of Business
  • Advanced Diploma of Business
  • Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
  • Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
  • Certificate IV in Information Technology
  • Diploma of Information Technology

Professional Year Programs.

ATMC offers Professional Year Programs of the Australian Computer Society and the Accounting Professional Year Programs at the Sidney and Melbourne campuses running for a duration of 44 weeks.

Work Integrated Learning (WIL)

ATMC has pioneering the concept of Work Integrated Learning by setting up an enterprise, which is wholly owned by the college. The enterprise designs real-life IT and IS projects for its final year students, which are mapped to the Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA). The students work on digital projects in one or more of five areas of the business: sales and marketing; project management; software development; software testing and systems administration. Through this arrangement ATMC offers various opportunities to current students to help them gain experience of operating within a real business environment and develop the real-life skills and experiences that are valued by employers. The intent of the WIL program is to enhance the work readiness of Australian – trained graduates and add benefit to local Australian businesses across industry sectors.

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