About our colleges
Seven colleges at eight locations across metropolitan Sydney.
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Design Centre Enmore graduates pursue careers in Australia and around the world in interior design, jewellery design and 3D animation. Widely lauded for its ever-updated range of creative design programs, DCE produces award-winning students through teaching excellence. It has a wide range of purpose-designed facilities and all teaching areas incorporate industry practices.
Eora College graduates have built an astounding number of successful careers in the highly competitive fields of television production, stage management, theatre performance, poetry, playwriting, animation, visual arts and music. Eora focuses on Aboriginal students and those wishing to pursue careers in the visual and performing arts.
Inner West, Petersham consists of Crystal Street, West Street and Annandale campuses. It has been a springboard for graduate success in career areas as diverse as radio broadcasting, information technology, interpreting, hairdressing and
the electrical trades.
Randwick College offers a wide choice of training programs for school leavers and experienced workers wishing to develop their skills or retrain. Graduates have gone on to build satisfying and productive careers in areas such as dental technology, real estate, sport and recreation, business and building. Located just minutes from Sydney’s Centennial Park, Randwick College is home to the Sustainable Hydraulic Trade Centre, a $6.4 million facility delivering sustainability skills to the hydraulic and related building trades.
St George College students are renowned for being skilled, confident and work-ready by the time they graduate. Its vibrant campus is at the heart of the community. Past students now lead the way in industry areas such as information technology, marketing, finance, electrotechnology, design, automotive, and travel and tourism.
Sutherland College has two campuses – Loftus and Gymea – and is well known for an emphasis on the practical application of green skills, such as rainwater harvesting and grey water capture and re-use, showing its strong commitment to sustainability. Sutherland College offers students expert training and proven career pathways in a range of industry areas including business, sport and recreation, beauty and hairdressing, tourism, hospitality, building and welfare.
Ultimo College is where it all began for TAFE NSW over 120 years ago. Its heritage buildings housing state-of-the-art training facilities are in the heart of Sydney. Ultimo College produces graduates that go on to professional success in career areas such as architectural technology, information technology, engineering, business, hospitality, marketing, community services, tourism, automotive and fashion design.