Of course they matter. They matter to the student who has chosen that location to be their second home. And it matters to the city which is positioning itself as a destination of choice for potential students.
In the late 1990’s Ron Clarke, the former Olympian and Gold Coast Mayor teamed up with American philanthropist Chuck Feeney to build a world class athletics training centre at Runaway Bay.
John Gilders is a leading career development professional who helps students with subject selections, career planning and tertiary enrolments. For John the real satisfaction in his job comes from helping people find their career direction.
In a move set to thrust the Gold Coast’s burgeoning aviation training industry into the global spotlight, Air Gold Coast has brokered a deal to help address Japan’s pilot shortage.
Simon Witt always intended to leave behind an impressive legacy following his two-year stint on the Gold Coast. But the Netherlands-born environmentalist could not have predicted his dedication to marine conservationist and humanitarian projects would see him win a prestigious award.
In a training first for Queenslanders, TAFE Gold Coast is planning to offer skills-based cyber security qualifications in 2018 to help tackle the critical shortage of skilled workers needed to secure Australian organisations against malicious cyber activity.
In a major coup for the city’s education and training sector, the International Educational Association of Australia (IEAA) has recently named the Gold Coast as the top regional student location in Australia.
Two years ago Garnet didn’t know what his future would hold, like many teenagers finishing school, he was not sure what he wanted to do next. So he did what most people dream of doing, he moved to the Gold Coast.
A new-world digital platform has been launched by BROWNS English Language School promising to revolutionise the experience of international students in Queensland.