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The Holmes Institute operates as an integrated multi-sector private provider of education. Holmes consists of a Faculty of Higher Education, Faculty of Vocational Education and Training, a School of Secondary Education, and an English Language Centre. Holmes operates from campuses in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, the Gold Coast, and Cairns in Australia and the Special Administrative Zone of Hong Kong in the People’s Republic of China, offering a range of awards from the vocational level through to masters' degrees in business administration and accounting. As a multi-sector provider, Holmes Institute is well positioned as an alternative pathway to higher education. The Holmes Institute is driven by a culture of continuous quality improvement, and in this context, the institution constantly seeks ways to align its education products with the demands of the labor market. This goal also informs curriculum development at Holmes, which includes fostering a commitment to life-long learning, international perspectives and the advancement of knowledge and understanding among its students. As part of its commitment to continuous quality improvement, Holmes benchmarks its internal systems, structures, process and practices against best practice in universities and colleges. The institute also embraces new technologies with student-centered teaching and learning strategies, which complement the digital age. Holmes aspires to quality practices, which provides a stimulating and relevant education for its students and disseminates ideas about learning, community and citizenship relevant to an increasingly complex and technologically driven world. The Holmes Group includes:


St. Gregory Nazianzen Orthodox Institute is a registered student recruitment office for The Holmes Institute (AU). For additional information see The Holmes Institute or contact the Registrar. Download your Holmes Institute Admissions Application and submit the completed application form to the St. Gregory Nazianzen Orthodox Institute Admissions Office.

Do we forgive our neighbors their trespasses? God also forgives us in His mercy. Do we refuse to forgive? God, too, will refuse to forgive us. As we treat our neighbors, so also does God treat us. The forgiveness, then, of your sins or unforgiveness, and hence also your salvation or destruction, depend on you yourself, man. For without forgiveness of sins there is no salvation. You can see for yourself how terrible it is.

St. Tikhon of Zadonsk

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