Stanley College
Stanley College

About Stanley College


Multi-award winning Stanley College is a privately owned and operated Institute of Higher Learning and Registered Training Provider offering education and training to more than 1900 students from 42 different countries including Australia. The wide offering of qualifications available at the college range from Certificate-level through to Bachelor’s degree, and all are internationally-recognised. Along with English language courses, vocational training, and Professional Year programs, Stanley College is continuously developing to meet the changing needs of the industry and employment markets and, as a result, regularly adapts and updates existing courses, as well as offering new ones.

One of Australia’s largest educational institutions, Stanley College employs over 200 dedicated and highly-qualified staff who work together to achieve successful learning outcomes for all students, helping them to reach their highest potential.
The staff, who between them speak 18 different languages, support students in all areas of campus life, from financial assistance via scholarship schemes, academic assistance for their studies, internships to gain workplace experience, and advice in securing employment upon graduation.

With three campuses in convenient locations, Stanley College is easily accessible to students across the Perth metropolitan area making it a logical educational choice for anyone wanting to Discover, Learn, and Enjoy throughout their studies.

About Stanley College
As Cicero would put it

Yuichi Kaneda, Japan,

Diploma of Management

Stanley College is conveniently located and the timetable suits the daily activities of my life. The trainers are very supportive and helpful.

Chutchai Pichitchaipojjanat,

Certificate III in Commercial Cookeryy

I studied commercial cookery and get to go for work experience at Fraser’s Restaurant. After my work experienced, I was offered to work for Fraser’s. After my studies I learnt a lot of kitchens skills.

Stanley College acknowledges that its campuses are situated on Noongar land. We pay respect to the Wadjuk people, their Elders, past, present and emerging, who remain the spiritual and cultural custodians of the land.