January 30, 2015

Macquarie University - Australia


Feature course: Bachelor of Security Studies

New for 2015, the Bachelor of Security Studies was developed in response to industry demands.

Combining theory with policy and industry best practices, students will develop the critical skills necessary for a career in intelligence, security and policing.
Taught by senior academics and industry professionals, students will examine contemporary security issues from a range of perspectives across society.



Jake Garman announced as Director of Macquarie University International College
Jake Garman announced as Director of Macquarie University International College
Macquarie University is excited to announce Mr Jake Garman as the inaugural Director of the Macquarie University International College. He will commence on 2 March 2015. With his previous leadership roles, combined with a wealth of education experiences from around the world, we’re privileged to have such an experienced Director leading the team.

This year, Macquarie University will embark on a bold program of renewal and expansion with our new College at the heart of our progressive vision for future generations. The University look forward to welcoming the first of our bright young stars to the College in September.




Macquarie challenges the competition with Australia's highest MBA ranking in 2015
Macquarie challenges the competition with Australia's highest MBA ranking in 2015

MGSM storms the 2015 Financial Times MBA rankings pushing two big Australian MBA schools further down the top 100 rankings. With a weighted salary of $120,485 and an average 61% salary increase for Macquarie graduates. 


Macquarie launches Chinese language website
Macquarie launches Chinese language website
Macquarie University are proud to announce the launch of our first Chinese language website. Available in both simplified and traditional Chinese, the website reflects our identity and tells some of the Macquarie story.


Macquarie alumnus to lead CSIRO, Australia’s peak science and research organisation
Macquarie alumnus to lead Australia’s peak science and research organisation, CSIRO
Technology entrepreneur, venture capitalist and Macquarie alum, Dr Larry Marshall is the new CEO of CSIRO, Australia’s peak science and research organisation. Dr Marshall, who has a doctorate in physics from Macquarie, will step into what is arguably the most important position in Australia’s national science administration.


A classroom of many cultures

Macquarie University are long been known for our work-integrated and community-based learning opportunities. Now we’re taking it one step further. Working with our international partners, we are developing a new curriculum for our outbound placement students. Not only will this internationalise the classroom, but it will also ensure our graduates continue to be recognised as quality additions to organisations around the world.


Macquarie chosen as home base by Korea Republic team prior to AFC Asian Cup
Macquarie chosen as home base for Korea prior to AFC Asian Cup
Score! In a reflection of the fantastic facilities available on campus, the Korea Republic national football team selected Macquarie as their home base prior to kick off at the AFC Asian Cup in Sydney this month.

The Taegeuk Warriors spent almost two weeks training on our sports fields preparing for the biggest football tournament ever held in Australia. It worked. Korea Republic finished top of Group A, with Australia in second place. The AFC Asian Cup final is on 31 January.




Australian Government Schools

Tasmanian Government Schools

The Department of Education is responsible for providing educational services to students from birth. There is no defined age limit because believe in and are responsible for educational services that enable all Tasmanians to learn, regardless of their age or where they live.

The Department of Education provide educational services through child and family centres, through primary and high schools and, at the tertiary and vocational level, through the colleges and the TasTAFE.

LINC Tasmania is a statewide network that gives Tasmanians access to library services, research and information, adult literacy support, community learning, online access, and archive and heritage services.

LINC brings together the services of the State Library of Tasmania, the Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office (TAHO), Adult Education and online access centres.

TAHO is the lead recordkeeping authority in Tasmanian Government and is responsible for the provision of recordkeeping policies and standards.

Government Education and Training International (GETI) broker education services for international students looking to study in Tasmania and provides a diverse range of support services for international students while studying here.
Looking across the entire portfolio, the Department of Education is very much at the heart of educating students and providing the systems and support structures, such as libraries and online access centres, which enable Tasmanian learners to access information.

The Department of Education reports to State Government Ministers.​

Tasmanian Government Schools have many options for international students looking to study in Australia. A proud history of delivering high quality education to students from all over the world.
By studying in a Tasmanian Government School you can achieve your study ambitions in a safe and inspiring environment. The program will give you opportunities to attend the best Universities in Australia and beyond.

Our program includes:

  • Primary School - Prep-Grade 6
  • High School - Year 7-10
  • Preparation program: a flexible introductory course for students to prepare to study Year 11 and 12
  • Senior High School (Secondary College) - Year 11 and 12
  • Study abroad ‘GAP’ Tasmania – short term study breaks for individual students (2 weeks – 1  year)
  • Study tours – short term study experiences for groups
Tasmanian Government Schools tuition fees are among the most competitive in Australia.

WHY CHOOSE TASMANIA? THE TOP 5 REASONS

  1. Qualify for Australia’s top Universities
  2. Tasmania has a unique system that offers students the best chance to maximise ATAR (University entry) scores. Study at Tasmania’s University UTAS or apply to ANU, UNSW, Monash, University of South Australia, University of Queensland among many others.
  3. No preparation courses
  4. ESL is delivered alongside mainstream courses, meaning flexible intake dates and direct entry to Government Schools.
  5. High % of local students = excellent learning environment
  6. International students make up less than 3% of the total student population in Tasmanian Government Schools.  All classes are combined with local students providing strong opportunities to improve English language skills and make Australian friends
  7. Highly competitive living expenses and tuition fees
  8. Our tuition fees are among the most competitive in Australia – escape the expensive larger cities and receive the same high quality Australian tuition in Tasmania, where everyday expenses are more affordable
  9. Safe and unique learning environment
  10. Tasmania is small and friendly – getting around is safe and easy. We also have the cleanest air in the world. 
More information about Tasmanian Government Schools, view HERE. 

For any inquiry, please feel free to contact your nearest JM Office. 

Australian Government Schools

South Australian Government Schools

South Australian Government Schools has been providing study abroad experiences to international students since 1989. There are 100 government schools in metropolitan Adelaide and regional South Australia accredited to deliver the International Student Program. Currently, they are welcome over 1000 students from 35 countries to their schools. Both local and international students have the opportunity to meet and mix with other cultures and become global citizens.
Safety and wellbeing
South Australian Government Schools places great importance on the safety and wellbeing of all international students and maintains a 24 hour emergency contact service. The
support service starts before a student leaves their home country and continues throughout their study program to ensure students settle into life in South Australia and enjoy their experience at school and in their homestay.

High level of service
South Australian Government Schools prides itself on offering a high level of service and has extensive experience in developing and managing innovative professional development training programs for schools, government departments and businesses from around the world. The capacity to individually customise training programs is to suit the development and learning needs of the group.

Training and support
South Australian Government Schools provide training and support to all families who host the international students, including a 24 hour emergency contact service. Each family and student is matched together according to each others needs to ensure a compatible and enjoyable experience.

General facts

In South Australia:
  • you can choose to send your child to a public, independent or Catholic school or kindergarten
  • it is compulsory for children to be enrolled in primary school by their sixth birthday
  • government schools are commonly referred to as public schools
  • kindergarten is the same as preschool
  • in some cases more than one stage of a child's learning may be catered for at one location
  • all young people under the age of 17 are required to participate in full time schooling, training or work for at least 25 hours per week
  • international students who wish to study and live in South Australia can attend public schools.

Options for each stage of learning

Children 0-7

Children 0-7 years of age are in the early stage of learning. This stage includes:

8-10 year olds

8-10 year olds are usually in the primary years stage of learning. This stage includes years 3 to year 5 of primary school.

11-14 year olds

11-14 year olds are usually in the middle years stage of learning. This covers:

15-17 year olds

15-17 year olds are usually in the secondary years stage of learning. This covers years 10 to12 of high school. Students may choose to:
  • complete year 12 and obtain their South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE)
  • go on to other education and training options or work

17 years and older

Young people aged 17 and older may choose to return to school to complete SACE, continue with formal study, participate in a community education program or start work.
More information about South Australian Government Schools, view HERE
For any inquiry, please feel free to contact your nearest JM Office. 

January 29, 2015

Australian Government Schools

Western Australian Government Schools

The Western Australian education system traditionally consists of primary schools, which accommodate students from kindergarten to Year 7 (ages 5–12), and high schools, which accommodate students from Years 8 to 12 (ages 13–17). It can be divided into two category as public school & private school. 

Schools


Year 7 in secondary schoolMore opportunities for Year 7 students
In 2015, Year 7 students will move to secondary school, giving them access to specialist subject teaching and facilities best suited for the new Australian Curriculum.





More information about Western Australian Government Schools, view HERE. 

For any inquiry, please feel free to contact your nearest JM OFFICE. 


Your Pathway to Success - NAVITAS Australia

Centre for English Language (CELUSA)

  • Centre for English Language in the University of South Australia (CELUSA) has provided quality English language training for over 20 years.
  • CELUSA specialises in providing high-quality Academic English (AE) language preparation programs for international undergraduate and postgraduate students. 
  • The CELUSA Academic English (AE) program is for students looking to develop their skills to meet the English language admission requirements necessary for academic study at the University of South Australia, the South Australian Institute of Business and Technology (SAIBT) and the Le Cordon Bleu Academy of Hospitality (LCB).
  • CELUSA recommends that an intense language course of at least 10 weeks will help develop the skills to lift student's IELTS score by half a bandscore. 
  • CELUSA is part of the Navitas Group, Australia’s largest provider of English language training.

2015 course calendar

TermStart DateEnd Date
Module 1, Term 1Monday 5 JanuaryFriday 6 February
Module 2, Term 1Monday 9 FebruaryFriday 13 March
Module 3, Term 1Tuesday 16 MarchFriday 17 April
1 week holiday break
Module 4, Term 2Monday 27 AprilFriday 29 May
Module 5, Term 2Monday 1 JuneFriday 3 July
2 week holiday break
Module 6, Term 3Monday 20 JulyFriday 21 August
Module 7, Term 3Monday 24 AugustFriday 25 September
2 week holiday break
Module 8, Term 4Monday 12 OctoberFriday 13 November
Module 9, Term 4Monday 16 NovemberFriday 18 December

More information about CELUSA, view HERE

Curtin College, Perth

  • Curtin College is proudly part of the Navitas Ltd group of colleges. 
  • Navitas is a key player in the global education market, with more than 30 colleges and campuses in over eight countries. 
  • The Navitas pathway education model was conceived in the early 1990s and has since provided the study foundation for thousands of students, leading them to their desired university degree. 
  • Curtin College follows the Navitas pathway model, successfully progressing students to Curtin University. 

Courses Offered

Commerce

What?

Certificate IV Tertiary Preparation Program: 8 pre-university level units studied over a period of 2 to 3 trimesters.
Tertiary Access Program: 4 pre-university level units studied over a period of 1 trimester.
Diploma: 8 to 12 university level units studied over a period of 2 to 3 trimesters. The Diploma has the same course content and structure as Year 1 of the respective Curtin undergraduate degree.

Why?

  • Much smaller classes than in the equivalent 1st year Bachelor degree. (30-40 students)
  • 3 intakes per year (Feb, June Oct) for most courses
  • Opportunity to complete in 8 or 12 months depending on start dates
  • Extra contact time with your tutors
  • Situated on the main Curtin campus. Western Australia's largest university and only 8 kilometres from Perth CBD

Built Environment

What?

Certificate IV Tertiary Preparation Program: 8 pre-university level units studied over a period of 2 to 3 trimesters.
Tertiary Access Program: 4 pre-university level units studied over a period of 1 trimester.
Diploma: 8 to 12 university level units studied over a period of 2 to 3 trimesters. The Diploma has the same course content and structure as Year 1 of the respective Curtin undergraduate degree.

Why?

  • Much smaller classes than in the equivalent 1st year Bachelor degree. (30-40 students)
  • 2 intakes per year (Feb, Jun)
  • Opportunity to complete in 8 or 12 months depending on start dates
  • Extra contact time with your tutors
  • Situated on the main Curtin campus. Western Australia's largest university and only 8 kilometres from Perth CBD.

Information Technology

What?

Certificate IV Tertiary Preparation Program: 8 pre-university level units studied over a period of 2 to 3 trimesters.
Tertiary Access Program: 4 pre-university level units studied over a period of 1 trimester.
Diploma: 8 to 12 university level units studied over a period of 2 to 3 trimesters. The Diploma has the same course content and structure as Year 1 of the respective Curtin undergraduate degree.

Why?

  • Much smaller classes than in the equivalent 1st year Bachelor degree. (30-40 students)
  • 3 intakes per year (Feb, June Oct) for most courses
  • Opportunity to complete in 8 or 12 months depending on start dates
  • Extra contact time with your tutors
  • Situated on the main Curtin campus. Western Australia's largest university and only 8 kilometres from Perth CBD
Art & Creative Industries

What?

Certificate IV Tertiary Preparation Program: 8 pre-university level units studied over a period of 2 to 3 trimesters.
Tertiary Access Program: 4 pre-university level units studied over a period of 1 trimester.
Diploma: 8 to 12 university level units studied over a period of 2 to 3 trimesters. The Diploma has the same course content and structure as Year 1 of the respective Curtin undergraduate degree.

Why?

  • Much smaller classes than in the equivalent 1st year Bachelor degree. (30-40 students)
  • 3 intakes per year (Feb, June Oct) for most courses
  • Opportunity to complete in 8 or 12 months depending on start dates
  • Extra contact time with your tutors
  • Situated on the main Curtin campus. Western Australia's largest university and only 8 kilometres from Perth CBD.

Engineering

What?

Certificate IV Tertiary Preparation Program: 8 pre-university level units studied over a period of 2 to 3 trimesters.
Tertiary Access Program: 4 pre-university level units studied over a period of 1 trimester.
Diploma: 8 to 12 university level units studied over a period of 2 to 3 trimesters. The Diploma has the same course content and structure as Year 1 of the respective Curtin undergraduate degree.

Why?

  • Much smaller classes than in the equivalent 1st year Bachelor degree. (30-40 students)
  • Opportunity to complete in 8 or 12 months depending on start dates
  • Extra contact time with your tutors
  • Situated on the main Curtin campus. Western Australia's largest university and only 8 kilometres from Perth CBD. 

Health Sciences

What?

Certificate IV Tertiary Preparation Program: 8 pre-university level units studied over a period of 2 to 3 trimesters.
Tertiary Access Program: 4 pre-university level units studied over a period of 1 trimester.
Diploma: 8 to 12 university level units studied over a period of 2 to 3 trimesters. The Diploma has the same course content and structure as Year 1 of the respective Curtin undergraduate degree.

Why?

  • Much smaller classes than in the equivalent 1st year Bachelor degree. (30-40 students)
  • 2 intakes per year (Feb, Jun)
  • Opportunity to complete in 8 or 12 months depending on start dates
  • Extra contact time with your tutors
  • Situated on the main Curtin campus. Western Australia's largest university and only 8 kilometres from Perth CBD.

Scholarships & Bursaries

More information about Curtin College, view HERE

Curtin University, Sydney

  • Curtin University Sydney is part of a successful collaboration with Navitas Limited (previously IBT Education), which has run the Curtin International College on Bentley Campus in Western Australia since 2000.

Curtin Internship Program

Internship program

The Curtin University Sydney internship program is a temporary position within a commercial organisation.

Career preparation workshops

Our career preparation workshops for students are aimed at improving their employability upon graduation.

Navitas Professional Year program

The Navitas Professional Year Program helps graduates from Australian universities gain employment in their chosen career.

Courses

Undergraduate courses

Undergraduate courses, which usually lead to a bachelor degree, are for those who haven't previously graduated from university.

Postgraduate courses

Postgraduate courses are usually for those who already have a university degree, although there are some exceptions.

Curtin College (pathway)

Students who do not automatically receive entry to the University's Bachelor of Commerce can begin their university studies with the Diploma of Commerce.

2015 Innovative International Scholarships – Merit Scholarship

Status: Open
Semester 1
Applications open: 29/09/2014
Applications close: 13/02/2015
Semester 2
Applications open: 29/09/2014
Applications close: 17/07/2015
Semester 3
Applications open: 29/09/2014
Applications close: 10/10/2014
More information about Curtin University Sydney, view HERE

Eynesbury, Adelaide

  • Eynesbury is a specialist institution that offers a range of pre-university and English programs, providing pathways in to the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia. 
  • Eynesbury has two campuses both located in the centre of the City of Adelaide. 
  • Eynesbury programs run all year round.
  • Australian & International students from all over the world is studying here. 
  • Wide range of programs and pathways to gain entry into the University of Adelaide, the University of South Australia and other Australian universities.

Programs 


I want to take a Bachelors degree in Australia and I'm looking for the right program for me...
High School
Foundation Programs
English Programs

Scholarships

  • Navitas Bursary 
  • Navitas Academic Merit Scholarships 
  • Eynesbury Scholarships and Bursaries 
More information about Eynesbury Adelaide, view HERE

La Trobe Melbourne

  • La Trobe Melbourne* is an alternative entry option to La Trobe University, one of Australia's leading universities. 
  • Operated by Navitas, a global leader in the provision of education programs and services, La Trobe Melbourne provides a complete university experience within a personal and supportive environment and a fast-track pathway to an extensive range of degree options. 
  • La Trobe Melbourne offers a range of Diploma courses, which are equivalent to La Trobe University's first year bachelor degree. 
  • Upon successful completion, students enter second year of their Bachelor Degree, choosing a degree from the university's five faculties. 
  • La Trobe Melbourne also offers Foundation courses, which allow students to access the first year of a Bachelor Degree, and English Language Studies for international students who need English instruction. 
  • Over 1000 International and Australian students. 

Courses Offered


Diplomas at La Trobe Melbourne

Intakes

Start in: February, June, October

Scholarships

  • Navitas family bursaries 
  • Navitas academic merit scholarships 
More information about La Trobe Melbourne, view HERE

La Trobe University Sydney Campus

  • The Sydney Campus has been delivering courses since 2001. 
  • Approximately 600 students from over 22 different countries study in this refurbished, corporate-style campus, which is located in the heart of Sydney’s international business community, close to internship and work opportunities.

Services & Support

  • Academic Integrity Module (AIM)
  • Internship Program
  • Counselling Service
  • IT Support
  • Alumni & Advancement
  • Student Representative Group (SRG)

Areas of Study

 Scholarships

La Trobe University Sydney Campus Scholarship

Navitas family bursaries

Navitas Academic Merit Scholarships



2015 Sydney Campus academic calendar

Standard Semester datesCommencingEnding
Semester 19 March15 June
Orientation and enrolment for new students2 March19 March
Re-enrolment for current students2 March19 March
Lecture period9 March29 May
Examinations3 June15 June
End of semester break16 June26 June
Semester 26 July12 October
Orientation and enrolment for new students29 June16 July
Re-enrolment for current students29 June16 July
Lecture period6 July25 September
Examinations30 September12 October
End of Semester break13 October23 October
Summer Semester (November intake)2 November15 February
Orientation and enrolment for new students26 October12 November
Re-enrolment for current students26 October12 November
Lecture period2 November29 January
Christmas period25 December1 January
Examinations3 February13 February
End of Semester break15 February26 February
More information about La Trobe University Sydney Campus, view HERE

Macquarie City Campus (MQC), Sydney

  • Located in the heart of Sydney's dynamic central business district. 
  • Macquarie City Campus is surrounded by leading multinational companies, giving unparalleled access to internships and greater exposure to the Australian job market.
  • Macquarie University has a reputation for being Australia's best modern university.
  • Macquarie University consistently ranked highly in international surveys, and the students are sought after by employers around the world.
  • Macquarie is Australia's number 1 modern university, offering internationally recognised and respected degrees.

Acommodation

    Programs Offered 

    Undergraduate degrees
    All our degrees are designed with graduate outcomes in mind. Get the skills employers seek with a Macquarie undergraduate degree.
    Postgraduate degrees
    Take your employability to the next level with a Macquarie postgraduate degree. If you are looking for a degree that means more in the business world - this is it.
    Alternative pathways to Macquarie
    Worried about meeting the academic requirements for direct entry? 
    English language courses
    New to Australia and need some additional English language help with your studies?























    Important Dates

    Course dates 2014-2015

    Foundation Program

    Session 3 - 2014
    Compulsory orientation and enrolment13-17 October 2014
    Classes commence20 October 2014
    Exams commence19 January 2015
    Session ends28 January 2015
    Session 1 - 2015
    Compulsory orientation and enrolment16-20 February 2015
    Classes commence23 February 2015
    Exams commence18 May 2015
    Session ends28 May 2015
    Session 2 - 2015
    Compulsory orientation and enrolment 15-19 June 2015
    Classes commence22 June 2015
    Exams commence14 September 2015
    Session ends24 September 2015
    Session 3 - 2015
    Compulsory orientation and enrolment12-16 October 2015
    Classes commence19 October 2015
    Exams commence18 January 2016
    Session ends28 January 2016

    Undergraduate programs

    Session 3 - 2014
    Compulsory orientation and enrolment3-7 November 2014
    Classes commence10 November 2014
    Exams commence17 February 2015
    Session ends25 February 2015
    Session 1 - 2015
    Compulsory orientation and enrolment9-13 March 2015
    Classes commence16 March
    Exams commence16 June 2015
    Session ends25 June 2015
    Session 2 - 2015
    Compulsory orientation and enrolment6-10 July 2015
    Classes commence13 July 2015
    Exams commence13 October 2015
    Session ends24 October 2015
    Session 3 - 2015
    Compulsory orientation and enrolment2-6 November 2015
    Classes commence9 November 2015
    Exams commence16 February 2016
    Session ends25 February 2016

    Postgraduate programs

    Session 2 - 2014
    Compulsory orientation and enrolment28 July - 1 August 2014
    Classes commence4 August 2015
    Mid-session break22 September - 6 October 2014
    Exams commence18 November 2014
    Session ends5 December 2014
    Session 1 - 2015
    Compulsory orientation and enrolment16-20 February 2015
    Classes commence23 February 2015
    Mid-session break7-17 April 2015
    Exams commence9 June 2015
    Session ends27 June 2015
    Session 2 - 2015
    Compulsory orientation and enrolment20-24 July 2015
    Classes commence27 July 2015
    Mid-session break14-25 September 2015
    Exams commence9 November 2015
    Session ends28 November 2015 
    Note: All 2015-2016 dates are provisional and subject to change.

    Scholarships

    More information about MQC, view HERE

    Melbourne Institute of Business & Technology (MIBT), Melbourne

    • Alternative pathway into Deakin University undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. 
    • MIBT Diploma courses are equivalent to Deakin University's first year bachelor degree.
    • 3000 Australian & International students from all over the world.

    Intakes

    Start in: March, June or October.

    Courses Offered


    I'm looking for the right course that will get me into a Bachelor Degree at one of Australia's best universities...
    I need to take a foundation course to get me into university...
    I'm looking for a course to get me ready for my Masters degree...

    Scholarships

    Newcastle International College (NIC)

    • NIC is a direct pathway to the University of Newcastle's degrees. 
    • Newcastle International College (NIC) Diploma programs are equivalent to a University of Newcastle first year bachelor degree. 
    • University of Newcastle's Callaghan campus.
    • Study on a campus with over 20,000 students. 

    Intakes

    Start in: February, June or October

    Courses Offered


    I want to take a Bachelor Degree in Australia and am looking for the right program to get me into university...
    • Navitas family bursaries 
    • Navitas academic merit scholarships 
    More information about NIC, view HERE

    Perth Institute of Business & Technology (PIBT), Perth

    • Alternative pathway into Edith Cowan University's undergraduate degrees.
    • PIBT Diploma courses are based on the ECU curriculum, and are equivalent to the first year of an ECU bachelor degree.
    • PIBT delivers courses on both the ECU Mount Lawley and Joondalup campuses.
    • 1500 Australian & International students from all over the world.
    • PIBT is on hand to help you achieve your goals in a quality focused, culturally rich, and time effective environment and providing you with first-class education.

    Intakes

    Start in: February, June or October.

    Programs Offered

    I want to take a Bachelor Degree in Australia and am looking for the right course to get me into university...
    I need to take a foundation course to get me into university...
    I'm looking for a course to get me ready for my Masters degree...
    I want to study English in Australia...

    Scholarships

    More information about PIBT, view HERE

    Queensland Institute of Business & Technology (QIBT), Queensland

    • Alternative pathway into Griffith University undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. 
    • QIBT Diploma courses are equivalent to the first year of the Griffith University bachelor degree.
    • Griffith University's Mt Gravatt (Brisbane) and Gold Coast campuses.
    • 1800 Australian and International students from all over the world.

    Intakes

    Start in: February, June or October

    Courses Offered








    Scholarships

    More information about QIBT, view HERE

    SAE Institute

    • Solid training, careful practise and creative thinking are the hallmarks of our programmes, and the main reason why students choose to study at SAE Institute. 
    • SAE offer innovative teaching techniques, state-of-the-art equipment and a complete package of courses.
    • All SAE Institutes are equipped with the best technology which is only available for use by our students.
    • SAE Institute offers recognised university degrees.
    • SAE Institute maintains an international job placement programme for graduates. 

    Courses Offered

    Audio

    Web

    Film

    Games

    Cross Media / Digital Journalism

    Short Courses

    More information about SAE Institute, view HERE

    South Australian Institute of Business & Technology (SAIBT), Adelaide

    • The alternative pathway into UniSA undergraduate degree programs. 
    • SAIBT Diploma courses are equivalent to the University of South Australia's first year bachelor degrees. 
    • UniSA's City East Campus.
    • Over 800 Australian & International students from all over the world. 

    Intakes

    Start in: February, June or October

    Programs Offered


    I'm interested in studying...

    Scholarships

    • Navitas family bursaries 
    • Navitas academic merit scholarships
    More information about SAIBT, view HERE

    Sydney Institute of Business & Technology (SIBT), Sydney

    • Sydney Institute of Business and Technology (SIBT) is a direct pathway to a Macquarie University degree.
    • SIBT is part of the global Navitas Group, an internationally recognised education provider.
    • As a tertiary college working in collaboration with Macquarie University, SIBT eases the transition from high school to university level studies, offering a variety of foundation and undergraduate courses.
    • Choose between studying at the main Macquarie University campus in North Ryde, or at the SIBT Sydney campus in the central business district.
    • Already over 20,000 SIBT graduates have advanced directly into the second year of a Macquarie bachelor's degree.
    • There are 3 intakes per year: February, June or October.

    Programs Offered









    Scholarships


    For any inquiry, please feel free to visit or contact your nearest JM Office.