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Australian Institute of Translation and Interpretation

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Campus setting Urban
Living cost USD 1,074 per month
Student population Small (1,000 or less)
International students Contact the university / college
Institution type Private

About Australian Institute of Translation and Interpretation

Since its operation in 2006, the Australian Institute of Translation and Interpretation P/L (AITI) has made huge achievements in obtaining nationally recognized training packages to interested students. The institution’s objectives are tightly centered on Diploma and Advanced Diploma level qualifications particularly in the areas of translation (English to Chinese) and interpretation (English and Mandarin). AITI is also a registered organisation provider in the Commonwealth

ITI is not short of the quality that they provide. Being one of the few large providers of high quality translation and interpretation training services in the country, it can boast for having an exceptional teaching team with almost all of their translating and interpreting trainers holding Professional Translator (and/or) interpreter accreditation (Level 3) from the National Accreditation Authority of Translators and Interpreters (NAATI).

Tutors available are highly capable of providing a comprehensive learning experience with most possessing PhDs or Masters degrees, added up with many years of teaching experience and practical experience from their respective industry – translation and interpretation.

Campus information

AITI's campuses can all be found in the Central Business District areas – Melbourne CBD and Adelaide CBD. Both these campuses are well-equipped with up-to-date broadband internet connected computers, audio-visual facilities, vast and colourful classrooms, and a unique translation and interpretation reference library for students to comfortably study.


For students of AITI, they have many accommodation options to choose from. In fact, arrangements can be made according to their needs and preferences, as well as their preferred lifestyle and budget. 

  1. Homestay (Temporary)
    • Single-room
    • Bed, desk, lamp, other bedroom furniture
    • Towels and bed linen
    • Meals provided
    • Bills included
  2. Shared Accommodation (including other tenants)
    • Single room in a flat or house and shared areas and facilities such as the lounge, kitchen, bathroom, and utility bills (including internet bills)
  3. Independent Accommodation
  4. Hostel
    • Private room
    • Basic furniture

Additional info

To apply:

  1.  Read the Student Information Handbook, select your course of study, and read the Student Course Outline for that particular qualification. The Student Information Handbook and the Student Course Outline are also available from AITI’s Student Administration Department or authorised AITI Education Agents.
  2. Complete the Application Form and include any required documentation and return to AITI.
  3. If your application is accepted by AITI you will receive a Letter of Offer and Enrolment documentation.
  4. Complete the Enrolment documentation and return to AITI.
  5. For domestic student: Pay the Tuition Fee and then start your studies! You’re on your way to an exciting new career!
  6. * For international student: Once confirmation of payment is received, AITI will issue you a CoE (Confirmation of Enrolment).
  7. * Once you have confirmed your CoE is correct, you can apply to DIBP (Department of Immigration and Border Protection) for a Student Visa (for further general information about student visa conditions please refer to the Student Information Handbook earlier.
  8. For further detailed information, please contact DIBP directly at the website or call 131 881)
  9.  *Once you receive your Student Visa, you can then begin your studies!

*Step 6, 7 & 8 are for international students only


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