As we get ready to open our brand-new campus on the Gold Coast, Mark Falvo, Senior Vice President – International, says this is a moment of recognition that we are entering a new era, after the last few years of Covid-19.
“It is immensely exciting to open a new campus in one of Australia’s biggest growth cities. This expansion further cements our position as Australia’s fastest-growing university, as we continue to provide new options for our growing international student cohort, which currently includes more than 11,000 students from 115 different countries,” he said.
“Students who choose to study here will not only have the opportunity to experience the difference of studying courses that are designed to provide the best of academic rigour – but they will be able to make their mark in shaping this new campus as we grow together.”
The Gold Coast provides future-focused options for students.
“We can’t wait to welcome students to our new campus on the Gold Coast. Students will be able to experience the best of Torrens University’s approach to global education and benefit from all that the dynamic Gold Coast has to offer with beautiful beaches, subtropical rainforests, theme parks, and experiences that makes it one of Australia’s most popular destinations,” said Jerome Casteigt, Chief Commercial Officer and General Manager, Business and Hospitality.
“Integration is at the heart of the education we offer and the Gold Coast with its lifestyle and business opportunities will offer exactly that to students who study here.”
What we offer
Our latest campus will initially offer the Master of Business Administration Advanced (MBAA), commencing 12 September 2022. Additional courses will be offered from November onwards.
Conveniently located in the central suburb of Southport, within the TAFE Queensland campus, our new campus is centrally located near other education facilities, public transport and amenities, and is just a five-minute walk from the beach. Our Gold Coast Campus oozes vibrancy with its relaxed, modern beach interiors.
More benefits of studying on the Gold Coast
In addition to the 57km of pristine coastline and 300 days of sunshine, the Gold Coast offers priority on processing regional visas, access to the Regional Occupations List and students can access an additional year in Australia on a post-study work visa and gain additional points towards their potential migration application.
Explore our Gold Coast campus
From what it has to offer to what it looks like, get a feel for our Gold Coast campus before you walk through the door.