Studying at SIBT

Even if you don’t meet the entry requirements to get directly into a bachelor degree, SIBT can help.

SIBT is your direct pathway to Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus. Our flexible entry criteria will allow you to complete a diploma program and progress to the second year of your university studies. If you successfully complete your diploma, you are guaranteed a place at Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus.

Why study at SIBT?

A range of pathways to degrees in: accounting, business, communications, engineering, information technology and social science (criminology).

Flexible study options: start in March, July or October and choose to accelerate your studies, and complete a diploma in just eight months.

Personalised learning: with smaller classes, student support and a personalised learning experience, SIBT helps you to improve your academic performance and prepare you for life beyond the lecture room.

Help when you need it: whether you are having trouble studying, with assignments or any other personal matter, our staff is there to support you.

University preparation programs: we offer all students programs to help with skills such as literacy, time management, self-directed learning, assignment preparation and stress management.

Guidance from peer mentors: selected senior SIBT students work as trained peer mentors who will share their passion and experience to make you feel welcome, and provide you with essential information about campus life.

Sydney City is your campus: Located in the heart of Sydney CBD, on Western’s Sydney City campus, SIBT’s central location provides convenient access to transport and all the facilities and services you may need.

Since 1997, over 25,000 graduates have successfully completed their SIBT diploma program and 90% of students have progressed to university.

Begin your study journey with SIBT and we’ll help you to make your #UniGoals happen.

International Year 12 students apply directly to SIBT.

Admission criteria and entry schemes

The minimum qualifications you need before you can be selected for admission to a course of study.

English language proficiency

English language proficiency is an admission requirement for all tertiary courses offered through UAC.

Scholarships and financial assistance

Equity programs to help you access your potential.

About SIBT

Enrolment, campus information and fees and charges.

Courses offered

SIBT View courses:

Undergraduate

Get in touch

tel: (02) 9964 6555
website: sibt.nsw.edu.au

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CAMPUS VISITS

For campus tours/appointments and course information call (02) 9964 6555 or email study@sibt.nsw.edu.au.