Victoria offers a variety of great things to see and do such as snow skiing, bushwalking in national parks, swimming and surfing at the many golden beaches, penguin-watching, wine tastings at beautiful wineries and wildlife parks where koalas, kangaroos and other Australian wildlife roam free.
Melbourne, the capital of Victoria, is Australia’s second largest city abundant with a colourful range of cultures, cuisines and ideas. As one of the world’s most multicultural cities, Melbourne is home to almost four million residents from over 140 nations; 41 percent of them are born overseas and there are 50,000 international students! Melbourne is a city of style, fashion, food, architecture, theatres, galleries, and gardens. Flinders Street Station, elaborate Victorian architecture and ornate boulevards such as are seen at the Old Treasury Building reflect the city’s rich history. Cutting-edge developments such as Federation Square magnify its contemporary style. Fitzroy Gardens and Captain Cooks cottage are also worth a visit. Or perhaps you would like shopping at the Queen Victoria Market.
Visitors can sample local wine in award-winning restaurants, enjoy sporting events or arty festivals, have a coffee and cake in a chic city laneway, buy fresh food or handicrafts at local markets, shop for gourmet food or locally designed clothes, picnic at a park or beach, watch native animals at a wildlife sanctuary - there is always plenty to explore and getting around Melbourne is easy with the FREE Tram Zone and Melbourne Bike Share!
Our recently launched campus at CBD provides greater ease of access, thanks to its city-centric location, proximity to major landmarks and incomparable transit facilities.
IHNA classrooms are fitted with modern furniture and audio visual teaching aids so as to provide the best learning experience to the students.
IHNA has a growing Library and Resource Centre where students can find extra resources to help with their learning and chosen career path. Fast, broadband computer facilities are provided.
IHNA understands that first class learning facilities are a vital component of a successful training Institute. Therefore, improvement in Institute facilities is a fundamental component of the Institute's continuous improvement process. To date, these improvements have focused upon our campuses becoming centres of excellence in terms of health and nursing training.
IHNA campuses have significant Computer Laboratories and Resource Centres with computer lines, with IHNA providing terminals that students are able to use for their own PC's. Each connection gives access to MIMS on line, EBSCO reference centre, InfoRMIT, Joanna Briggs Institute on line and IHNA's E-Learning resources.
Mr Craig Langdon MP, State Member for Ivanhoe, officially launched the e-learning platform of IHNA On 13th August 2010. IHNA provides its students access to the e-learning platform. E-Learning assists students to get a fast start to their studies by giving them access to course materials as soon as they enrol. It will also help students learn more about areas they are having trouble understanding or to catch up on a class that they missed. It is another way that IHNA gives the very best learning environment for its students.
IHNA campuses have significant Computer Laboratories and Resource Centres. Students are also able to use for their own PC's by WiFi or hardwire connection.
Level 5, 131 Queen Street,
Melbourne, VIC - 3000, Australia
Phone: +61 3 9455 4444