Frequently Asked Questions
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Please access the Frequently asked questions related to COVID-19 & Online classes by using the following link IIBIT FAQ's for COVID-19.
IIBIT is a partner institution of the Federation University Australia (formerly known as University of Ballarat). IIBIT's affiliation with the Federation University Australia enables its students to obtain a degree while studying in Sydney and Adelaide locations.
Yes. IIBIT in collaboration with the Federation University Australia will enable students to obtain qualifications that are up to Australian academic and professional standards.
IIBIT is located in the heart of Sydney's and Adelaide's Central Business District. Our campus is easily accessible by public transport and close to many of the city's major attractions.
Class sizes are small in order to facilitate lessons that are efficient and productive. Our classrooms are spacious and equipped with the latest in audio-visual learning equipment.
IIBIT offers their students modern facilities and highly experienced and qualified staff. Computer labs are equipped with Internet connection and high speed computers to research use. The college also features a student lounge and an open access library.
The progress of students will be assessed by a variety of assessment tasks such as examinations, written assignments as well as seminar presentations.
Prospective students should complete the Application Form, attach the required documents and return the form to IIBIT's International Admissions Office in room 101, Level Ground, 841 George Street, Sydney. The application form can be downloaded from [here].
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age at the time of the proposed commencement of their University studies.
Entry to Certificate level courses requires the equivalent of 11 years schooling and entry to Diploma level courses requires the completion of 12 years schooling or HSC equivalent.
Applicants to undergraduate or postgraduate level programs who come from a country where the first language is not English must have Academic IELTS overall score of 6.0, with no band less than 6.0; TOEFL iBT overall score of 79-80 with minimum of 19 in all sections; Pearson score of 50 with no band less than 42, the test no more than 2 years prior to the commencement of the program.
Only original test certificates will be accepted by IIBIT.
IIBIT's English Academy offers several English programs that specifically cater to the international student who wishes to pursue further studies.
Students wishing to apply to study at IIBIT's Academy of English require a minimum IELTS score of 5.0 for the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) and 5.0 or equivalent for the IELTS Preparation course. There are no specific entry requirements for application to the General English course.
For more information regarding the English courses at IIBIT please contact us during office hours.
Students wishing to find out more information about credit exemptions and advanced standings should contact the International Admissions Office.
International students are required by visa regulations to enroll as full-time students.
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Successful applicants will receive a letter of offer detailing course dates and fees and other relevant information. The total of one semester's tuition fees must be paid before an Electronic Confirmation of Enrollment (eCoE) is issued. The student is then eligible to apply for a student visa.
Yes, You do need to have health insurance.This is available through the Australian Government health insurance provider BUPA. For more information contact office.
IIBIT can arrange for home stay or provide advice and assistance concerning other accommodation options. If students encounter any problems with their current home stay arrangements they should consult Student Services Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
International students conditionally receive travel concessions on Sydney's trains, buses or ferries. Students however are entitled to most other student concessions and discounts (theaters and other entertainment events).
International students are allowed to work up to 40 hours per fortnight except during vacations they are eligible for full time employment. All student visas granted on or after 26 April 2008 will receive permission to work automatically.
It costs a single student approximately AUD$18,000 to cover living expenses. This is inclusive of food and lodging, transport and other necessities.
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As an international student you are allowed to drive in New South Wales. Students must have their driver's license from their country, their passport and visa as well as a letter from the relevant licensing authorities in your country confirming your license details.
Students must inform the office or student services department on (02) 9269 6912 or email: email@example.com
Lecturers are available to assist students or you can contact student Services Department.