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EIM International Training


In 2015 EIM International opened their new modern campus in Southport on the Gold Coast. They offer students courses in Early Childhood Education and Care, Business, Management and Marketing. Their small classroom settings and knowledgeable, caring trainers ensure students a caring, engaging and high quality experience.

EIM International is known for offering students flexible start dates and the latest curriculum using state of the art technology. They also offer students the option to study at our Cairns campus giving them the best of both worlds - amazing surfing on the Gold Coast and snorkelling or diving the Great Barrier Reef in Cairns!

Their Southport campus is positioned directly across from the waterfront and conveniently located just down the street from a shopping mall and a variety of restaurants and shops. Students may access the campus by bus or tram and there is also plenty of public parking available and a secure bike lock up area.

  • Excellent staff

    Knowledgeable, helpful and inspiring teachers are at the core of what EIM International Training believes in.

  • Modern campus

    EIM International Training offers students the opportunity to study in a modern, bright and engaging campus.

  • Campus events

    EIM International Training offers many exciting social events for international students to connect with one another.

Phone inquiries: +61 1300 765 064


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I am currently studying Certificate 3 of Early childhood education and care. We study a new unit every week. Yes, it is not easy for me as an international student, but Kate (tutor) helps us and I feel that she is always happy to help us out! The class is nice, small environment, and all classmates are kind and friendly. I’m so happy that I have chosen this school!
  • CRICOS NO. 03220G

  • Location Central Southport (education hub)
    500 m to public transport
    500 m to major shopping centres
    500 m to beach

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