Payment Options

Students have a number of options when it comes to paying your SIBT tuition fees.

International students, including New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent residents, are required to pay their the tuition fees for the first four units of study before their program begins via a choice of payment options.

Australian citizens and humanitarian visa holders intending to study a diploma, advanced diploma or associate degree program at SIBT may be eligible for FEE-HELP, or they can pay the fees upfront via the payment options below.

Payment options

Please ensure that all fees are paid in Australian dollars and that you include your student ID as a reference on all payments. Depending on the method of payment additional banking charges may apply.

Credit/Debit card

Payment via credit card is available at the SIBT reception. There is a 1.5% surcharge on the total amount payable when using MasterCard or Visa. We also accept debit cards.

BPAY (via phone or internet banking)

BPAY is the online payment system in Australia which enables you to pay a bill using your Australian bank account.

The SIBT BPAY Biller Code is: 505248

Your BPAY reference number is your 8 digital numerical student ID.

Other banking methods

Students may also pay their fees by a variety of other banking methods:

Direct deposit - Visit any Westpac branch to make a direct deposit into the SIBT bank account.

Online banking – If you have access to online banking, transfer your fees safely via your bank over the internet.

Telegraphic fund transfer – An easy option to transfer your fees from overseas.

Students must include their student ID on the transfer document.

SIBT Bank details
Bank: Westpac Bank
Branch: 109 St Georges Terrace, Perth
Account name: SIBT Student Fees Account
Account no: 773 833
Branch no (BSB): 036 000
Swift code: WPACAU2S

Bank cheque/Money order

Bank cheques or money orders should be made to 'Sydney Institute of Business and Technology'. They can be posted to SIBT or delivered in person to the SIBT reception. Unfortunately, personal cheques are not accepted.