IIBIT provides a range of services to its students via their Student Services Team. Their aim is to assist students and graduates for their further education and career progression, provide information and advice in selecting the right career path, personal counseling in matters related to the student academic life. Student Handbook, examination results, other student resources required during the program and regular news updates on new IIBIT programs.
An excellent resource room with essential books and photocopying facilities is available along with a common room for our students to socialize and spend free time.
Well equipped classrooms with audio-visual facilities
Assistance in job placements in Australia and USA in collaboration with its affiliated organization, InfoTech Professionals Pty. Ltd.
Counseling services on personal and future career opportunities.
Excursions and social programs
Mail collection and airport pickup services (conditions apply)
Advice on immediate job opportunities
IIBIT provides counselling advice. IIBIT staff will be able to assist students adapt to their new environment and help with career development and opportunities. Students with personal or legal problems should see student services, who will be able to assist or refer the student to the college counsellor.Lecturers are available to assist students with learning difficulties.
Students who require accommodation, IIBIT can arrange home stay or advise on other types of accommodation. Any problems with their home stay arrangements should be consulted with student services, who can direct you to see the accommodation officer.
Students must also let the office know if their address changes during their course. It is important that the institute should be able to contact students or relatives in the case of emergencies.
All students who enrol in IIBIT are advised and encouraged to arrange their holidays during the college term or semester breaks which are listed in the academic calendar.
IIBIT will not grant any holiday leave during the academic terms. Only special leave on compassionate and compelling circumstances may be considered for approval by the Director of Studies or Campus Manager.
Students must submit evidence to show they are experiencing compassionate and compelling circumstances. The evidence is reviewed by IIBIT in decision making process.
Compassionate or compelling circumstances are generally those beyond the control of the student and they have an impact on the student’s capacity and ability to progress though course. This could include:
bereavement of close family members such as parents or grandparents (where a possible death certificate should be provided) Serious illness or injury, where a medical certificate states that the student was unable to attend classes
Natural disaster or political upheaval in the home country requiring their emergency travel and this has impacted on their studies
A traumatic experience that could include but in not limited to;
A. involvement in or witnessing of an accident or
B. a crime committed against the student or
C. the student has been a witness to a crime ( need to have supported documents form police or psychologists)
An Academic Transcript is a record of a student’s results for the duration of the student’s enrolment at IIBIT. Students who have successfully completed a qualification will be issued with a transcript with all units of competency they have completed. They will also receive a certificate stating the qualification that they have attained.
Students who do not successfully complete a qualification will be issued with only a statement of attainment, listing the units of competency that they have attained. Students who wish to obtain an interim transcript please contact student administration office.
Enrolment Amendment (adding or deleting unit/s)
Students who wish to add or delete unit/s of study are required to complete an enrolment amendment form and lodge it at the student administration office before the census date of the relevant term. The form must be signed by the relevant course co-ordinator or head authorising the change to their enrolment prior to lodging the form with student administration office.
Forms for document request are available at Student Administration desk. Different document requests take different amount of time as follows.
Enrolment letter, Academic Transcripts, Graduation Certificate, Attendance Certificate, Completion letter will take at least 3 - 5 working days. Please ask for document request from.
You must notify IIBIT of any change to your contact details within 7 days of the change as required by DIBP and stated in your visa conditions.
All official information concerning you will be sent to the notified address by both IIBIT and DIBP. Hence it is imperative for students to keep their contact details up to date to avoid missing important information.
Students who do not update their contact details in time may get their student visas cancelled.
All students are required to carry their student ID card at all time while on college premises so that college management can easily identify.
This will help the college management to maintain a safe environment to all the students. Students who cannot produce their student ID cards may be
Denied access to classes
Denied access to computer labs
Denied access to enter in to the college premises
Students who lose their student ID cards must apply for new student ID. An administrative charge will apply.
There is a student printer and photocopier at the student Resource room. Students need to bring Student ID card with them to access these facilities.
From 1st January 2015 students who enrolled in nationally recognised training courses need to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI).
Where students will be able to access their records online or download them and share them with future training organisations electronically.
Students who are enrolling in nationally recognised training for the first time
Students continuing with nationally recognised training
A student who is continuing study is a student who has already started their course in a previous year (and not yet completed it) and will continue studying after 1 January 2015.
A USI is free and easy to create online. You can create your own USI or IIBIT can create one for you as a part of the enrolment process. Follow these steps to create your USI:
You must have one form of ID to register under USI
The following documents are valid forms of ID in the USI Registry system and can be verified through the Document Verification Service:
Driver’s Licence – issued in Australia
Medicare card – current and issued in Australia
Australian Passport – current
Australian Birth Certificate
Certificate of Registration by Descent
You have to submit your personal information (e.g., address, contact number and email)
Watch Unique Student Identifier (USI) – Student Video for more information.
Once you have register you will get the USI ID straight after your registration (please note down your special Unique student Identifier) and you must give the USI to student services at IIBIT.
If you are sick you MUST provide medical certificates from a registered medical practitioner.
If you are sick for an extended period you must notify IIBIT immediately.
In all cases where a student is absent without approval or seeks retrospective approval for an absence, IIBIT will record the student’s actual attendance. If this is below 80% they will be reported to the DIBP for non-attendance. This applies to all absences even where medical certificates are provided. DIBP will take into account any medical certificate when making a decision.
The student must keep the original certificate to provide to DIBP when required. The college maintains copies of the certificates
Note: Medicals are not inclusive of your attendance
Complete application form and attach copies of all supporting documentation
Lodge form at Student Administration office
Three working days must be allowed for processing of the application and obtaining approval from the Academic Coordinator/campus manager
Students should check with student administration officer to find out if the application was successful
If the application is approved/not approved, you will be marked absent for any leave taken
Leave is approved only on compassionate and compelling circumstances. IIBIT will notify Department of Immigration and Border Protection via "PRISMS". IIBIT will include reasons for the leave, for how long the leave has been granted and details of the medical or other evidence acceptable to DIBP. You must provide a medical certificate from a registered medical practitioner.
Academic skills are an important part of your learning process and range from areas such as writing a report to time management. Your teacher will always be able to provide you guidance with your academic skills, however for in-depth clarification, please refer to the links below: