Even though Stott’s College was founded in 1883 (before our famous Melbourne trams and before ‘The Big Australian,’ BHP), it has stood the test of time. It has evolved over the past 135 years as a quality private education provider, challenging itself to be relevant in meeting the ever-changing needs of industry and students.
Stott’s has delivered the VCE program since 2001, and in 2006 was registered and accredited as a Higher Education provider to deliver Undergraduate Programs in Business, Bachelor of Business & Bachelor of Business (Accounting). In 2017, Stotts was accredited to deliver a Bachelor of Community Services.
Stott’s Secondary is ranked an impressive 203rd out of all the secondary schools in the state of Victoria. We are proud of our students’ achievements. Good quality educators are critical for academic success, and good teaching is about care and support. Our academic staff provides excellence in teaching, and we are serious about our student services and counseling, both academic and first language counseling.
Stott’s remains true to its tradition of job-ready graduates and acknowledges that Education has employed our graduates in accounting, student services, and management. We are proud to be a successful business running business programs and attracting industry partnerships. Stott’s College has FEE-HELP status and VET FEE-HELP status to assist our students in loans for their academic study.
Stott’s also qualifies for Victorian Skills First Funding for Certificate and Diploma courses for the courses that qualify and for eligible students. Stott’s College meets stringent quality assurance standards in its administrative, delivery, staffing, facilities, marketing, and financial management. Stott’s College’s operations are regulated by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency, the Australian Skills and Quality Agency, and the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority.
Acknowledge Education will develop and implement strategic plans to ensure quality in achieving institutional and academic goals. Acknowledge Education will use data from student and stakeholder feedback to evaluate the quality of its courses, benchmarking against data from other providers, and published data.
Courses and programs will undergo a formal annual review and will be updated for improvements and to maintain currency. Systematic internal audits will be conducted in all areas of operation, and improvement plans will be developed to address any improvement areas. All data collected will be analyzed, and improvement strategies will be developed. All data will be recorded, and the effectiveness of all implemented improvement strategies will be assessed.
Sydney Campus: 60 Hickson Road, Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia Phone: +61 2 9252 5991
Perth Campus: 1/647 Wellington Street, Perth, WA, 6000, Australia Phone: +61 8 6355 5919