What is SIBT?
Sydney Institute of Business and Technology (SIBT) offers a direct pathway to a university degree with Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus.
SIBT are not worried about whether you obtained a good ATAR. Rather, they look at your overall results as well as those in particular subject areas to determine the program you will be accepted in to. So this means that even if you don't meet the direct entry requirements for university, you still have an option.
And upon completion of an SIBT diploma program, you're able to progress to second year of your university studies. And if you successfully complete your diploma, you are guaranteed a place at Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus!
What makes SIBT different?
SIBT is more than just an education institution. They offer a personalised academic environment and a range of support services designed to help students prepare for success. Once you graduate with a diploma, you can select from a variety of university options to further your studies.
Why students succeed at SIBT?
- Help when you need it: Whether you are having trouble studying, with assignments or any other personal matter, our staff are 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 crucial information about campus life.
- Fast-track to university: Complete a Foundation Program in just 3 months if you achieve an average of at least 70% in your first 4 units. Then, complete a diploma program in 8 months and progress to second year of your university studies at Western.
Pathways available to Western Sydney University degrees include:
- Bachelor of Accounting
- Bachelor of Business
- Bachelor of Communications
- Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
- Bachelor of Engineering Science
- Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology
- Bachelor of Information Systems
- Bachelor of Social Science (Criminology and Criminal Justice)