• Why SuniTAFE

Why SuniTAFE

In deciding to study at SuniTAFE, you are not only choosing a high standard of education, supportive teaching staff and dedicated student services, you are becoming part of a diverse, engaging and culturally rich community in a truly spectacular part of the world.

Student Stories

Don't just take our word for it! Hear from current and past students about all the good reasons to choose SuniTAFE as your pathway to a career or further education. Read our Student Stories for insights into the many ways SuniTAFE helps its students realise their dreams.


SuniTAFE has two state-of-the-art campuses - Mildura and Swan Hill - with each offering specific courses to meet the needs of our diverse student body. The main Mildura Campus provides a range of trades, business, arts and other educational programs, plus the largest academic library in the region. Surrounded by an extensive agricultural region, the Swan Hill Campus has a focus on heavy automotive & mechanical engineering, alongside other trades and a new nursing training wing. All our campuses boast state-of the-art facilities and dedicated teaching and student support staff.

Dulka Yuppata Indigenous Training Centre

Located on the Mildura Campus, the Dulka Yuppata ('Place of Learning') Training Centre provides support and assistance to all Koories enrolled at SuniTAFE Mildura. For Koorie students at the Swan Hill Campus, there is the Telkaya ('to improve, to be peaceful and to be well') Centre. The Centres include student wellbeing spaces, community and meeting spaces, an art gallery and a library of Indigenous resources. Koorie Liaison Officers (KLOs) are located at both campuses, to assist Koorie students with all aspects of their life at SuniTAFE. Find out more about SuniTAFE's Koorie training programs and partnerships, and additional support services here.

University Pathways

For those students who aspire to a university degree, SuniTAFE is an excellent place to start. Our partnership with La Trobe University allows SuniTAFE diploma and advanced diploma graduates to gain credit into a range of university programs, reducing the duration of study required to achieve a degree. We also partner with Charles Sturt University, which provides a pathway into higher study for SuniTAFE graduates in either the Diploma of Horticulture or the Diploma of Conservation and Land Management. To find our more about how SuniTAFE can get you started on your journey to university, visit University Pathways.