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Australian Institute of Applied Sciences (AIAS)

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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About Australian Institute of Applied Sciences (AIAS)

The Australian Institute of Applied Sciences College of Natural Medicine represents the culmination of some two decades of quality tertiary vocational education for Natural Medicine, Massage and Beauty Therapy.

AIAS delivers natural medicine, massage and beauty courses from both the Canberra Campus in Australia's Capital city, and the Stones Corner Campus, in Brisbane, Queensland.

The Institute incorporates such fields as Acupuncture, Naturopathy, Massage, Aromatherapy, Kinesiology, Shiatsu, Herbal Medicine, Nutrition, Oriental Herbs and Beauty Therapy.

AIAS is a premier Australian College offering advanced diploma, diploma and certificate courses in the health and well-being and related disciplines.


  • Leading education provider since 1974
  • A truly Australian study experience; more than 3/4 of students are Australian
  • Modern campus and state-of-the-art facilities, with practice clinics
  • Transfer to university with credit for diploma and advanced diploma level courses
  • Easy entry options for Certificate level courses
  • Fast-track via Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
  • Career-focused training with practical experience
  • Highly experienced lecturers with industry knowledge
  • Nationally recognised courses and many courses lead to professional accreditation by professional bodies


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Amazing lecturers, modern facilities, supportive coaches. I really enjoyed studying there. They had exceptional clinic practitioners /supervisors. Some of the lecturers hold PhD's and taught at world class universities prior to coming at AIAS.
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The only good thing I can say is that the lecturers were good. ................................................................................
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