The William Light Institute is a high quality educational institution located in the heart of Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide.
At William Light you will experience a friendly atmosphere and intimate class sizes designed for effective learning outcomes. Staff at The William Light Institute are passionate about providing students with courses that industry demands and the skills to be competitive in the job market.
The William Light Institute is building a tradition of innovation and professionalism in following the career of our namesake, Surveyor General William Light. We will achieve this through excellent teaching across a focused range of career-orientated disciplines and professions. We will be a growing, internationally orientated, financially sustainable organization, with a clear set of directions and a fundamental focus on student learning. We will provide a vibrant intellectual environment that will be satisfying for staff, rewarding for students, and relevant for business. We will contribute to society through the provision of opportunities for students to engage in and become a real part of Australian culture and community.
The William Light Institute has successfully developed a track record in providing high-quality courses for international students. Our supportive, friendly student-oriented environment has allowed many students to thrive whilst at the same time ensuring that our educational standards are of the highest order. The William Light Institute has also developed invaluable relationships with industry and this connectedness will ensure that we maintain the relevance of our courses to the job market.
In a significant partnership with the Australian Computer Society, we are delivering the Professional Year Program (PYP) for international students who have obtained a computing/ICT qualification in Australia. The Professional Year Program is designed to make graduates ready for Australian organizations.
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