Federation University Australia at IIBIT (Adelaide)
Australia’s newest University - Federation University Australia (formerly University of Ballarat) is the result of a collaborative partnership between the University of Ballarat and the Gippsland Campus of Monash University. Federation University Australia (FedUni) has officially commenced operations from 1 January 2014.
FedUni is an attempt to offer the best facilities for higher education in Victoria by combining the facilities, student support services and academic expertise of the University of Ballarat and the Gippsland Campus of Monash University. The University of Ballarat itself had a history of providing tertiary education and training reaching back more than 130 years, being the third oldest tertiary institution in Australia.
Known for its applied and practical programs and strong links to industry, FedUni is recognised internationally as a leading institution for innovation and enterprise, and for preparing its graduates for successful careers. FedUni is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities and its undergraduate and postgraduate programs are continually monitored to meet social and industry demands.
Past graduates rate their education experience with FedUni highly. In the 2013 and 2014 edition of The Good Universities Guide, FedUni achieved 5 star rating for "Teaching Quality", 4 star rating for "Getting A Job", "Generic Skills", "Graduation Satisfaction" and "Cultural Diversity". Employers regard FedUni qualifications highly and graduates are successfully employed throughout Australia and all around the world.
IIBIT and FedUni are working together with the goal of providing a high quality educational experience and recognised educational qualifications at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in the fields of Information Technology, Information Systems, Business Management, Commerce and Accounting. IIBIT Sydney provides an excellent and supportive learning environment. The academic staff is well qualified and offer high quality teaching.
IIBIT is very proud of its association with FedUni, one of Australia’s most progressive tertiary institutions. Together FedUni and IIBIT are helping to engineer your future.
According to Global economics consultants – Mercer Consulting Group - Adelaide is one of the least expensive cities in the world. Compared to Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane – Adelaide has none of the urban pressures and is considerably affordable. It is Australia’s most affordable city, which means the students will have more money to spend on food, accommodation, supplies, travel and entertainment.
IIBIT – Adelaide is located in the heart of the city, minutes away from the world-renowned ‘cultural boulevard’ – the North Terrace, surrounded by shopping Malls and cafes. Thanks to subsidized student transport and the fact most places are only 20 minutes away, the city’s attractions are very close, including the beaches, hills and the Adelaide Cricket grounds!
Adelaide is cosmopolitan – but importantly, it is also safe, respectful and very inclusive with 100 different ethnic communities living in harmony.
Affordability, Accessibility, Safety and a friendly Community spirit – makes Adelaide “Australia’s best learning environment”.
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IIBIT (Adelaide) provides an excellent learning environment and all staff are well qualified and offer high quality teaching and a supportive learning environment. We provide friendly, efficient services in a professional manner to help overseas students achieve their academic goals and make them feel a part of this beautiful city and culture. More information can be found at www.studyadelaide.com
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