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Congratulations to our student

We are pleased to announce the graduation of Ms. Rina Funatsu who has completed her BCI Hospitality short course earlier this month. Rina has participated in both hospitality classes and Communication Excursion programs each week for the past month. On the 16/05/2019 Rina received her certificate of participation and is now interning at the Sydney […]

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Our April Intake Making Strides

Our April intake students have spent the past four weeks participating in activities that have exposed them to Australian culture and the Australian hospitality industry. Their Communication Excursion Program has seen them visit Sydney’s Queen Victoria Building, the ANZAC memorial at Hyde park, Luna Park with Wendy’s Secret garden and take part in a coastal […]

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Welcoming our new student intake

On the 3/04/2019, we welcomed our intake of students who are studying our Hospitality Professional Skills Development program. After undertaking their orientation, the students have begun their english and hospitality classes with us. Over the course of their studies, they will be learning about Hospitality Administration, Communication, Teamwork and Hospitality Business Management. The students also […]

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Study Tour Graduation 2019

A huge congratulations to our Korean nursing students who have graduated from their seven-week Study Tour program. All students have successfully attained a certificate of participation in their program: Health Science professional Skills Development. Students have awarded for their participation in general English, English for Health Science, Activities for Health professionals and Communication Excursions. The […]

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Sydney Harbour Cruise

To finish up their Study Tour with BCI, our Korean nursing students were taken on a cruise around Sydney Harbour. Split into two groups- a morning group and an afternoon group- the cruise ship set sail from Barangaroo, toured them under the Sydney Harbour Bridge, around fort Denison and back to Barangaroo. While the weather […]

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