Box Hill Institute was first established in 1924 as Box Hill Technical School for Girls and Women. However it was later renamed to Whitehorse Technical School. Box Hill Technical School for Boys was also established and in 1984, the two schools amalgamated to become Box Hill College of TAFE. 10 years later, the name was changed to Box Hill Institute.
Box Hill Institute provides a range of vocational education and training services, with over 35,000 students enrolling each year. They also provide over around 400 full-time and part-time courses. Key study areas include Animals and Science, Arts and Music, Automotive and Transport, Business and IT, Construction and Plumbing, Education and Languages, Electrical and Refrigeration, Engineering and Manufacturing, Hair and Beauty, Health and Community, and Hospitality and Tourism.
The Institute has 6 key campuses, including Elgar Campus, Nelson Campus, Whitehorse Campus, Ceylon Campus, CBD Campus and an Automotive Centre.
Open Colleges is not affiliated with Box Hill Institute. This page is an information page only.
Open Colleges has a partnership with North Coast TAFE to deliver a series of TAFE courses in an online format.
If you do not wish to study on campus, or if you are located in an area with limited or no access to TAFE courses, you may wish to consider online study. With Open Colleges’ unique model – you can study a select number of TAFE courses with Open Colleges’ trademark learning benefits:
For more information on how the TAFE/Open Colleges partnership works, and to find a list of TAFE courses on offer, head to this page.
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