This month the PGA International Golf Institute (PGA IGI) welcomed new students to the first intake in 2020 for students studying the PGA IGI Diploma of Golf Management.
“We enjoy this time of year when we welcome new students from around Australia and the world to the Gold Coast to study with PGA IGI,” said Christine Straw, PGA IGI Senior Manager.
“It is an exciting time for new students, who are beginning their study in the Australia, following their passion for the sport of golf and turning this passion in to a career.”
In 2020, the PGA IGI has welcomed students from Australia and around the world, including countries such as Japan, Thailand and New Caledonia, joining students from Taiwan, India, Germany, Vietnam, Singapore and the Netherlands.
“We are proud to have welcomed our first ever student from Columbia to study with us in 2020,” explained Straw.
“The South American region is a growing area for the sport of golf and we look forward to working with new students from the region in to the future.”
Students have hit the ground running in 2020, with weekly IGI golf competitions underway alongside academic classes in the Diploma of Golf Management.
As Australia’s only Diploma of Golf Management, the qualification aims at providing students with a pathway to a career of working in the golf industry.
10810NAT Diploma of Golf Management is a one year nationally recognised qualification. As Australia’s only Diploma of Golf Management, it offers pathways for students toward Bachelor Degrees at University, toward the PGA of Australia’s Trainee Program and ultimately, towards a career working in the golf industry.
“We look forward to seeing the path that the students take to a career working in the sport they love upon graduating at year’s end,” said Straw.
Our next intake commences on Monday 20th of April 2020 at our PGA IGI Gold Coast Campus, with further intakes in July and October this year.
The PGA IGI welcomes all the year three PGA Trainees that are this year studying the 10810NAT Diploma of Golf Management.