To support your learning we provide a range of learning and teaching facilities while you study.
Contemporary learning facilities for students studying at our Sydney and Adelaide facilities . There are fully equipped audio and visual projection equipment, seminar-size classrooms and fully equipped computer laboratories with fast internet access and appropriate softwares. Staff and students may use computers, photocopiers and scanners to facilitate successful teaching and learning
Students are provided with a computer account to access all study resources. Computing laboratories (‘labs’) contain workstations that are equipped with a high speed internet connection and software necessary to complement student study needs. All computer labs are networked for printing, students use their ID card and user account to print and photocopy. Colour printing is available and auto loaders, to recharge print cards, are available on all floors of the campus and the Library.
Wireless access is available to all current students and can be accessed via any Wi-Fi-enabled laptop or mobile device that supports WPA2 wireless security.
There are Library facilities located in all IIBIT campuses. They are equipped with resource and reference books, journals, newspapers, workstations with internet access and Wi-Fi and books that are relevant to your course. Students need to present a valid IIBIT student ID card in order to access Library facilities including photocopying, printing and email services. Library also offers study group rooms for collaborating on projects, studying with other students and for practicing presentation
IIBIT provides a student common room with basic amenities, such as a microwave, vending machine, fridge, boiling water, pure drinking water, satellite television and table tennis and more.
A specially designated quiet room is available in all locations, please contact support staff for assistance if need be for further information.
First Aid Kits and supplies are kept on the premises. The First Aid Officer responds immediately to requests for first aid assistance.