Why do colleges become members of English Australia?


English Australia is the preferred association for English language colleges who want to belong to the leading industry association and benefit from the support they receive through their membership.


Sole focus representing providers whose core business is English language teaching 

As Australia’s peak body for the English language sector of international education, our sole purpose is providing colleges with the dedicated support required to provide the highest levels of English language teaching and support to international students. We have no other diversions or distractions to impede our focus. 

English Australia member colleges have the opportunity to share and network with like-minded colleges, their management and staff.


'Best Practice' Support and Expertise

English Australia is recognised for providing the highest levels of professional development and support for member colleges. Member colleges must meet strict entry criteria and commit to upholding English Australia values, adhering to the code of conduct and a commitment to ongoing best practice. 

English Australia brand values are communicated locally and globally through quality professional publications, presentations and conferences, enhancing the status of the association and adding significant value to membership.


Global Visionary Leadership

English Australia maintains a leadership position at the forefront of shaping the English language sector, and continues to set the agenda, establish the benchmarks and represent the industry through lobbying and our influence and standing with access to governments, media and other key stakeholders.

Internationally, English Australia is highly regarded as being at the forefront of change and positive initiatives often adopted by other associations around the world.

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