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2015 Award Winners

The 2015 Winners were:

Provider Awards

Excellence in International Education – English Language Training

  • Ability English

Excellence in International Education – Private Education & Training

  • The Australian Ballet School

Excellence in International Education – TAFE

  • Box Hill Institute

Excellence in International Education – University

  • Monash University

Excellence in International Student Employability and Career Development

  • RMIT University (Winner)
  • Swinburne University (Highly Commended)

Excellence in International Student Experience

  • Impact English (Winner)
  • Australian Federation of International Students (Highly Commended)

Excellence in Innovation in Industry Partnerships

  • Deakin University and IBM

Student Awards

Victorian Student of the Year – Internationalisation

  • Joslyn Ma, Monash University (Australia)

International Student of the Year – English Language Training

  • Jirayut Prompen, Monash University English Language Centre (Thailand)

International Student of the Year – Vocational Education & Training (VET)

  • Aibinuomo 'Hybee' Iyiade, Box Hill Institute (Nigeria)

International Student of the Year – Higher Education

  • Fang Xuan Koay, The University of Melbourne (Malaysia)

International Student of the Year – Research

  • Ashrafalsadat Hosseini, The University of Melbourne (Iran)

Premier’s Awards

Premier’s Award – International Student of the Year

  • Fang Xuan Koay, The University of Melbourne (Malaysia)

Premier’s Award – International Education Provider of the Year

  •  Impact English College

View previous years VIEA pages

Additional information

Victorian International Education Awards Contact

For any enquiries about the Victorian International Education Awards,
please email or contact
Christine Stomps on 03 9651 9135

Last updated: 29 Sep 2015


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