An unforgettable student experience.

Get involved in everything IIBIT has to offer and make a bunch of new friends along the way.

University life isn't just about the classes. It's also a chance for you to make lifelong friends, try new things, develop your hobbies and interests, gain leadership skills and have fun. 

There are countless opportunities to immerse yourself into our vibrant student life, and make the most of your experience. 

Living in Sydney

Sydney, Australia's largest city, is the capital of the state of New South Wales and is part of the rugged spectacular south east coast of Australia.
Sydney city is set on a stunning harbour and is often referred to as one of the world's most beautiful cities. Its natural beauty and mild climate combine to make it an attractive destination for students and tourists alike.

Living costs

Living costs will always vary, depending on the lifestyle you choose to lead and the luxuries you choose to go without. Sydney has a large variety of real estate options suited to any needs and most finances. Depending on whether you choose to live alone or with others expenses will vary from household to household.


Unlike other parts of Australia, Sydney never gets too hot or too cold. Winters are pleasant and summers are hot with a huge number of options to cool down, thanks to Sydney's location on the Australian coastline.

Other Attractions

Sydney is the financial capital of Australia and is also a significant domestic and international tourist destination. It is regularly declared to be
one of the most beautiful and liveable cities in the world. Sydney has it all, from the Opera House to museums, from a multitude of outdoor activities to shopping. For the Culinary connoisseur you have the fish markets and China town along with 1000's of restaurants offering cuisines from Nepal, Lebanon, Turkey, Europe, China, and Thailand to name a few. Sydney locals passionately support sports such as rugby union, Australian rules football and cricket. Sydney is dynamic and exciting. You won't be disappointed.


Living in Adelaide

Adelaide hosts over 15,000 international students and is known locally as the "20-minute city", as it takes 20 minutes from the city to get to
the beaches or the hills. Students receive a discount on public transport fares with an easy-to-use Metro card. The Adelaide FREE bus service provides a convenient link in the city between the hospitals, universities, schools, community services and shopping precincts.

Living costs

Living costs could vary, depending on whether you choose to live by yourself or share with others and the style of accommodation you choose.


Adelaide enjoys a Mediterranean-type climate with warm, dry summers and refreshingly mild winters.

Other Attractions

Adelaide is known as the 'Festival City' hosting nearly 400 annual festivals and events. The city is well known for its sporting events, such as the Test Cricket at the Adelaide Oval, the classic Adelaide Car Rally and the SA open Golf Championships to name but a few. Adelaide is the wine capital of Australia with six out of the top 10 Australian wines made within a few hour's drive of the city. South Australia has 5000 km of coast, rolling hills, sheep stations, vineyards, goldmines, lakes, ancient mountain ranges and outback deserts. The world famous 'Kangaroo Island' is only a boat trip away from the mainland.

Student welfare

Student welfare is here to be your steady support if you need assistance in your studies, finance, well-being and all other matters important to you. We are open to listen to any of our concerns and guide you every step of the way. Call us on: (02) 9269 6912 OR email us at: studentwelfare@iibit.edu.au

Cafes and shops

IIBIT is located in the heart of the CBD in both Sydney and Adelaide. Both the campuses are well connected to all the major public transport routes. Supermarkets, banks and post offices are within a few minutes walk. The buildings are surrounded by cafes, parks, shops and a wide variety of convenience stores.

Activities and Events

We run programs and events throughout our semesters. Some of these include: Seeing a movie between classes, Morning breakfast, Class trivia's, Bowling, Christmas dance parties. As the semester progresses, our student services team will keep you updated on all the upcoming events and activities.