Come join us on Thursday, 24 March from 3pm onwards for some Easter fun!
There will be Easter goodies (obviously), as well as an Easter Egg Hunt and a Bunny Petting Farm!
Check out our facebook page for more info.
Study Perth has organised an awesome event! The Perth City Challenge takes off on Saturday.
March 12th! Have fun! Win awesome prizes! Register now at reception!! Alternatively you can register your team directly on their website: http://studyperth.com.au/ISF/PCC
Once you receive your confirmation email, bring it to reception to receive your Race Pack (March 08 onwards).
Recently, a violent earthquake and countless aftershocks have shattered Nepal and destroyed many homes.
Kingston International College is saddened by the devastating consequences this disaster has caused. We had a small gathering of Nepalese students in our Student Lounge this Tuesday. During the gathering, students were able to share their stories with us and we are touched by how strong they have been during this difficult time. Two of our Nepalese students Ranjana and Somaya received a mock cheque from the school. The college has also donated $5000 to Kathmandu Model Hospital to treat victims. We wish to express our sympathy to all those who are affected by this catastrophe and we sincerely hope that the victims and their families will find strength and comfort to get through this difficult time. For all our Nepalese students, our prayers are with you and your families.
If you’re thinking of moving to our sunny shores, then you’re in for a treat. Living and studying in Australia not only provides you with the freedom to enjoy one of the cleanest and most beautiful places on earth, but you are also privy to an education from some of the top facilities in the country. That being said, you may feel daunted at the prospect of integrating into a new culture and learning a new language. The great thing about both of these points is quite simply that it’s not as difficult as it used to be.
Easy tips for the foreigner to improve your English
Australia is a popular destination for immigrants from China, India, Vietnam, The Philippines Malaysia and Sri Lanka, to name but a few. Many of these immigrants know very little English, or none at all. If you’re new to the country, the first thing you need to start doing to get yourself ahead, is to learn the language.
This is not always easy, especially if you are already out of high school, as it’s often more difficult the older you are.
Here are some tips to help you learn English as a foreign language.
Weekend Class for Marketing course and NEW INTAKE for Hospitality 25th August
In order to assist you in developing your business and to help those students who only have time during the weekends, we have another great news to announce.
We have decided to open weekend class for our Cert IV and Diploma of Marketing course. The first intake will be the week starting on 15/09/2014 (course actually starts that Saturday, which is 20th September 2014) and then the rest of the intake dates are in the same week as the intake dates we previously have in our Course Summary Details.