Study Pathways

Studying at Explore English opens the door to gaining higher qualifications at some of Melbourne’s most prestigious educational institutions.

Explore English is a division of Melbourne City Institute of Education (MCIE) and this gives you a unique opportunity to continue your educational success in Australia with one quality educational provider.

Successful completion of our General English course at the Upper-intermediate level means that you have direct entry into MCIE’s Vocational (VET) courses.  Many of our international students choose to study Certificate and Diploma courses in Hospitality, Childcare and Business at MCIE.

Some of the most popular courses are Commercial Cookery, Early Childhood Education and Care and Leadership and Management.  Please click here to visit the MCIE website and explore the course options for international students.

Explore English also partners with Southern Cross University. Successful completion of our English for Academic Purposes courses (EAP 2 and EAP 3) and General English (Upper-intermediate) course can give you access to SCU’s Diploma of Business/Science, many Bachelor degrees and some Graduate Certificate/Diploma courses as well as English language programs.  Your pathway course options will depend on the level attained with Explore English.

For students who attain a Certificate of Completion at the Upper-intermediate level from Explore English, they may wish to study VET courses in hospitality, culinary and patisserie at Crown International College.

Both Kangan Institute and Melbourne Polytechnic also accept Explore English’s Upper-intermediate Completion Certificates for direct entry into their Certificate, Diploma and Degree programs.

We can help you organise the study package of your dreams. Contact us now, we’re waiting for you. Your future starts here, with us, at Explore English!

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