Are you interested in studying at university, but don’t have the required qualifications to attend? That’s where our diplomas come in. Once you successfully complete an SIBT diploma in 8 or 12 months, you can progress straight to your second-year studies at Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus. Our diplomas can also be used to upskill or to launch a new career, so that you can follow your dream career path.
We offer the following diploma courses:
A Diploma of Arts prepares students for a broad range of further study in arts, communication or social science, by exploring a range of disciplines including linguistics, cultures, criminality and creativity. Students who successfully complete the diploma will be eligible to enter second year of a bachelor’s degree at university.
A Diploma of Business Administration provides students with an understanding of business skills including management, marketing, human resources and economics. Students can then transition to the second year of their studies at Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus.
The Diploma of Engineering is your first step toward specialisations in Civil, Electrical and Mechanical engineering programs. With the skills you develop during your diploma studies at SIBT, you will be able to think logically, analyse problems and explore creative solutions to real world challenges. Graduates are also able to fast-track to the second year of a Bachelor of Engineering.
The Diploma of Information Technology is ideal for students wishing to pursue a career in IT. It provides a broad introduction to computer science, so you can pursue further studies in specialisations such as software design, information systems and web design. You will progress to the second year of the bachelor’s degree program and can tailor this towards your career ambitions.
A Diploma of Media and Communication will give you a broad understanding of media and potentially lead to a wide range of roles involving professional communication skills. You will explore the cultural, social and political contexts of public communication processes and industries, institutional settings of international communication, and the way culture is expressed through media.