About Edvantage Institute

EIA is an exciting and growing TEQSA registered private higher education provider, with a Melbourne base and global footprint. We ensure our graduates are career and life ready with up-to-date knowledge and skills they need to be competitive in a global context.


EIA’s courses are career readiness programs designed to include cutting edge discipline knowledge and skills, 21st century global employment capabilities, and internship and other work-related opportunities.





Personalised learning
Whether you are beginning, changing, or advancing your study, we offer the ultimate support and flexible learning approach for your personal journey.
Great value
We offer multiple pathways to quality employment through practical curriculum, career coaching, scholarships, industry connections to incubate your ideas and foster a spirit of innovation.

Unbeatable location

Our campus is in the centre of Melbourne, awarded seven years running one of the most liveable cities in the world. Melbourne’s inner-city atmosphere is fuelled by a creative culturally diverse community that will make you feel secure and welcome together with learning experiences both on and off campus.
& Internships

Job Ready, Career Ready, Future Ready

EIA is committed to ensure our graduates are job-ready, career-ready and future-ready with the knowledge and skills they need to be “globally employable”. We call this 21st century global employment capabilities.

Student Scholarship



At EIA, we offer a wide range of fee assistance and scholarships to Australian and International students to help them focus on their study and achieve their dreams.



You Apply

You put in application form and supporting documents either through online application tool or authorized agents.


We Connect

After your submission, we will review, process and reach out if require more informations.


You Get Ready

Once you accept an offer, you will receive an orientation pack containing information you need to know about making preparation for studying at EIA.