Since our first student intake in 1998, API has recognised the vital importance of language to bring, bridge and build people across nations.

As a student of the college, we do this with a uniquely holistic and multicultural approach by:

  1. giving you a warm welcome and providing you the assurance of a friendly and caring environment,
  2. making available broader opportunities for you to experience all facets of Australian living and
  3. ensuring that multiculturalism is reflected in all our educational materials.

For people seeking to learn English as their second language, our certificates provide pathways for further tertiary study and employment opportunities in Australia.

API has been acknowledged as being the very first college in Australia to provide unique multicultural courses including language training. Since then, API has welcomed students from at least 30 nationalities over the last 11 years. If you walk around our campuses, you’ll see that it resembles a mini “United Nations”!

API also partners with the Multicultural Community Centre to serve the community by providing practical training courses that meet the needs of new migrants.

RTO Provider number: 6153

Academic Staff

Jeannie Mok OAM

Foundation Principal B.A., M.A. (Hons), Dip.Ed. St., Dip.Ed.
Cert IV in Assessment and Workplace Training (TAE)

Faith Leong

Director of Studies & Senior Lecturer M.A. in Applied Theol. (University of Manchester UK)
B. Min., Cert IV in Assessment and Workplace Training (TAE)

Jonathan Mok

LecturerB. Laws (UQ), Grad. Dip. Legal Practice (QUT)
Cert IV in Assessment and Workplace Training (TAE)
Leonardo Leguizamon

Leonardo Leguizamon

Lecturer B. Philology & Languages (English)
Cert IV in TESOL
Cert IV in Assessment and Workplace Training (TAE)

Admin Staff


Ailyn Camus

Administrator  B.S. Architecture

Cert III Children’s Services