Educational Courses in Australia

Why Choose Us ?

Welcome to Einstein College of Australia, which is conveniently located in the heart of Melbourne. Our aim is to deliver quality educational programs, services and to provide students with meaningful learning experiences. As such we are committed to ensuring our teaching and learning methods are innovative, challenging and engaging.

Einstein College of Australia offers a wide variety of nationally accredited courses to both local and International students including General English, English for Academic Purposes (EAP), Business, Accounting, Individual Support, Ageing Support (Aged Care), and Disability Support. Our programs are designed and delivered to equip our students with the knowledge and skills to apply their learning to new situations, to work cooperatively and to sustain lifelong learning.

Melbourne is rated as one of the world's most liveable cities in the categories of education, culture, environment, healthcare, stability and infrastructure. It is a city that has much to offer to anyone who is interested in quality and diversity. Melburnians love the city's arcades, laneways cafes, restaurants and spacious parks, which are usually meeting points for locals. More

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Our Courses

Certificate II in EAL (Access)

General English

CRICOS Code - 097526A
Certificate III in Aged Care


Course Code - CHC33021
CRICOS Code - 114187C
Certificate IV in disability

Certificate IV in Disability Support

Course Code - CHC43121
CRICOS Code - 114188B
Certificate IV in Aged Care

Certificate IV in Ageing Support

Course Code - CHC43015
CRICOS Code - 092083G
Diploma of Business

Diploma of Business

Course Code - BSB50120
CRICOS Code - 108228E
Advaced Diploma of Business

Advanced Diploma of Business

Course Code - BSB60120
CRICOS Code - 108229D
Certificate IV In Accounting And Bookkeeping

Certificate IV In Accounting And Bookkeeping

Course Code - FNS40222
CRICOS Code - 109987B

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