Institution Type: University
Sydney is the largest city in Australia, and international education hub Sydney is home to the five largest universities in the world, each with more than 30,000 students studying on Campus. It is by far the most celebrated city in Australia and the home of many world-famous attractions. Sydney Opera House, Bondi Beach, The Rocks, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Harbour, Paddy’s Markets, Darling Harbour, the Blue Mountains.
The city’s vast public transport system makes it convenient and easy for students to get around the city centre, suburbs and surrounding areas like Blue Mountain or Newcastle. This includes trains, trams, buses and ferries. Sydney’s Opal card is required when travelling using the public transport system.
Western Sydney University has been ranked amongst the top two per cent of universities in the world. It has 48,500 students and more than 180,000 graduates so far. The courses offered at Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus are delivered on behalf of Western Sydney University by SIBT.
Sydney Institute of Business and Technology (SIBT) offers a direct pathway to a university degree. With flexible entry criteria students can complete a SIBT diploma, and then progress into second year studies of a university bachelor degree.
SIBT, which has been in operation since 1997, is part of the global Navitas Group (an internationally recognised education provider). As a tertiary college working in collaboration with other partner universities, SIBT eases the transition from high school to university level studies.
A$23,000 – A$28,000