5 reasons to study Beauty and Aesthetics at Torrens

A career in beauty and aesthetics – the power to improve peoples well being and help others feel empowered

At the Torrens University of Australia, the main priority is to provide you with the key knowledge, practice, and skills for you to graduate and start your career. To help you achieve this, we have collaborated with industry to develop two courses, Diploma in Beauty and Spa Practice, and Bachelor of Health Science (Aesthetics). During your studies, you will have access to a great support team, a Success Coach, learn the essential knowledge, and gain confidence in your area of expertise.

Here are 5 reasons why studying Beauty and Aesthetics with Torrens is the right path for you:

  1. You will practice in real clinics

Firsthand experience with clients at our purpose build Wellbeing Centres, furnished with the latest technology, will give you the confidence and the skills to graduate ready to step into your chosen career path. You will learn how to interact with real clients and give back to the communities in our public-facing holistic clinics in Sydney (Pyrmont), and Brisbane (Fortitude Valley).

  1. Flexible study to fit in your life

You choose your method of study. It can be full-time or part-time, we also offer blended options. If you choose the blended option, you will study anytime, anywhere with the online subjects and maintain the essential quality interactions with your lecturers and peers with the practical residentials. We have campuses in central locations in Sydney and Brisbane. You will enjoy learning in vibrant, inner-city neighborhoods, in creative and social environments equipped with the latest in learning technology. The practical hub for the Aesthetics degree is based in Brisbane and our Wellbeing Centres in Sydney and Brisbane are where our Diploma students will practice under the supervision of our experienced lecturers.

  1. You will learn the latest technology from industry experts

Your lecturers will always be industry experts, who will use their real-life examples to challenge you and provide you with the best learning experience possible. They will always integrate their experience in your lectures, and give you best advice for your practice, ensuring you are always prepared.

“I have been in the cosmetics industry for 36 years. I have worked in many areas within this industry – product sales, importing and distributing a skincare range, education, speaking at conferences such as Sydney, Melbourne, and New Zealand Beauty expos and speaking at medical conferences such as A5M and APAN.”

Gay Wardle, Senior Learning Facilitator at Torrens University, Bachelor of Health Science (Aesthetics). Awarded “Educator of the Year” at the Australian Beauty Industry Awards in 2015.

Gay Wardle Bachelor of Health Science (Aesthetics)
  1. Personalised model for success

You will always feel supported both during your studies and when preparing to enter the workforce. You will be part of a collaborative community, contributing and getting to know your lecturers, as well as peers in our small class sizes, capped at 25 people. A personal success coach will cheer you on, help you choose the right subject for best course progression, and give you the most relevant industry guidance to get to the career you desire.

  1. Global connections

Studying with us will give you access to a global community of students and alumni. Torrens University Australia is part of Laureate International Universities, a leading international network of innovative institutions comprising of 70 universities across 27 countries. This would make you part of the largest network of higher-education institutions in the world and give you access to a global, innovative alumni community.

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