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William Angliss Institute of TAFE is an institute located in Melbourne CBD, Victoria, Australia providing a specialist centre for training and vocational education in Hospitality, Tourism, and Culinary Arts. It is the oldest and largest provider of hospitality training in Victoria, with the capacity to train up to 1400 chefs and patisseries a year.
The William Angliss Food Trades School opened on September 18, 1940 on the site of the old West Melbourne Technical School in La Trobe Street. The school was named after meat baron Sir William Angliss who, following a 1937 royal commission into the wheat, flour, and bread industries, and demand from local hotel owners for better-trained staff, donated £20 000 for the construction of a double-storey red brick building. Specializing in training butchery, breadmaking, and cooking apprentices, the school steadily expanded. Renamed the William Angliss Institute of TAFE, the school also offers training in the hospitality and tourism industries.
Arkansas State University (ASU) is a public institution in the United States of America and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association. Additionally, ASU holds 21 separate and additional accreditations. An academic degree earned at ASU is recognized throughout the world. Classes at ASU are taught by faculty members who are experts in their field and the student-to-faculty ratio is kept as low as possible to make absolutely certain that all students have an array of positive interactions with faculty, both within and outside the classroom. ASU offers more than 250 fully accredited and recognized associate, baccalaureate, masters, doctoral programs, options, and concentrations through its different colleges.
ASU welcomes all international students and provides access to a high-quality education, at an affordable price, in a caring and supportive environment. You will find that international students are well received at ASU and tend to do very well academically, socially, culturally, and otherwise.